Foreclosure Prevention combines counseling and legal expertise to provide foreclosure prevention counselors with the experience and information they need to protect their clients’ interests. Specifically, the curriculum addresses the consequences of foreclosure, the counseling process, important players in this sector, and the financial dynamics of dealing with foreclosure cases. The course provides valuable tools for challenging loan overcharges and servicing errors, as well as legal tools to handle disputes. Participants are given the opportunity to practically apply what they learn using case studies and other interactive activities.
When you register for this course, you receive:
- Two weeks of foreclosure prevention counseling training from an experienced foreclosure counselor
- Guides and templates for program support
- Downloadable files with all guides and templates that are included in the manual
- Ability to apply for ULA certification as a foreclosure counselor
- Networking opportunities with other foreclosure counselors
Tuition: $500 per course
Non-refundable Registration Fee: $50
Scholarships are also offered.
Review the ULA course calendar to find an upcoming Foreclosure Prevention course near you.
For the best experience possible ULA strongly suggests for participants to schedule the time off needed to attend live sessions and learn the materials. Courses taken are for the benefit of the counselor and their professional development. Hybrid+ courses are virtual live courses that require participants to attend live sessions similar to a face to face classroom. Participants will need to step away from their daily work duties to complete homework, follow-up with the instructor, pass the exam, and complete core educational competencies. ULA is not responsible for scheduling conflicts that may arise when registering for a course. Please review our attendance policies prior to accepting a scholarship and/or registering for a course.