What happened to create the foreclosure crisis? What measures were put into place to counteract it? How does foreclosure work? What options are available to your clients to prevent foreclosure? What happens after the borrower leaves the home? What will the state of loss mitigation be in the future? This class provides a basic refresher […]
The mortgage crisis is just about over in most areas of the country and the housing market is improving. However, there are many former homeowners who lost their properties over the past several years and they still need your help to reclaim their lives after their experiences. There are no “rules” around how to assist […]
This one week online course on Avoidance of Foreclosure and Eviction is intended for the experienced Housing counselor who may be knowledgeable in a majority of the areas of housing counseling but may need a bit more intensive review of a single topic. The Avoidance of Foreclosure and Eviction course utilizes the same curriculum from […]
The NHN Learning Alliance (NHNLA) is currently registering counselors for the eLearning Foreclosure Prevention II course. The training will begin on November 5th, 2018 through November 25th, 2018. This course offers a variety of skills for providing counseling services to clients who have already purchased their home or are in danger of foreclosure. Learn more […]
Ocwen will present on their loss mitigation processes and options. Register here.
This three-week course beginning October 1st and ending October 21st, offers a variety of skills for providing counseling services to clients who have already purchased their home or are in danger of foreclosure. Tuition is $500. Learn more and register here.
RCAC’s 6-part webinar series will prepare you for the exam by covering all six (6) Core Topics that housing counselors need to be competent: 1. Financial Management; 2. Tenancy (Rental); 3. Homeownership and Property Maintenance; 4. Fair Housing and Civil Rights Laws and Requirements; 5. Housing Affordability; 6. Avoidance of Rental and Mortgage Delinquency and Avoidance […]
A home lost to foreclosure may not be the end of the process for some homeowners. If the home is worth more than is owed on the mortgage, the owner of a foreclosed home may be entitled to surplus monies arising upon the sale of the mortgaged property. With real estate values appreciating in many […]
This course offers a variety of skills for providing counseling services to clients who have already purchased their home or are in danger of foreclosure. The curriculum includes: Understanding the mortgage industry and who bears the risk of loss with foreclosed loans Understanding the foreclosure process in different states Triaging and building relationships with clients […]
This webinar will assist housing counselors and managers to understand HECM default and the loss mitigation process for HECM borrowers, identify services needed by defaulters, and decide whether they or their agencies are prepared to offer those services. This faculty-led webinar training will last 90-minutes and include resource materials, check-and-reflect activities, interactive polling, and participant […]