This course is designed to educate Homeownership Counselors on the basic lending practices. This course will provide basic information on laws, loan programs and an understanding of the overall process of how a loan is created. To do so, the historical context of the regulations must be explored, looking at the history of mortgage lending relevant to today’s professionals. Participants will walk through the history of mortgage lending from early times to today, including the American history of mortgage lending. We will develop a foundational understanding of the federal regulations that create requirements for the conduct of mortgage loan originators. At the end of this course, you will be able to identify the federal regulations, navigate your customers through the mortgage process, and ensure your customer gets the best deal possible.
A student can expect to commit 6-8 hours of online course time over 1 week through the virtual learning platform, Blackboard Learn.
When you register for this course, you receive:
- One week of online self -paced training materials and exercises
- Access to an experienced industry facilitator for guidance and feedback
- Resource manual broken down in an easy downloadable and/or printable format
- 24/7 access to online content
- Course accessibility for 30 days after your course end date
Non-refundable Registration Fee: $25.00
Scholarships are also offered with any of the eLearning courses.
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