|School of Loan Origination II IGOL - November 2017
Tuesday, November 28 - Thursday, December 14, 2017
- 12:00 - 1:30 PM EST on the dates of the course.
- Courses run Tuesday, Thursday, Friday for the first two weeks, and then Tuesday and Thursday for the third week:
- Week 1: 11/28, 11/30, 12/1
- Week 2: 12/5, 12/7, 12/8
- Week 3: 12/12, 12/14
School of Loan Origination II is designed to increase high-level competencies for mortgage professionals with one to three years of residential mortgage origination experience. This live, online, and highly interactive course builds on the foundational concepts taught in School of Loan Origination and gives originators the tools and knowledge needed to grow their production to the next level. Topics and content taught in School of Loan Origination II also has applicability for processors, loan assistants, and other employees that support the production business.
Through a mix of live presentations, group discussions and case studies, you can expect to gain an understanding of the latest regulations impacting mortgage production, products and pricing available in the marketplace, the documents needed to complete a quality loan package, and communication techniques to sell yourself and increase your purchase business.
The course is presented in a blend of self-study and instructor-led learning, all from the comfort of your own desk. The course includes eight live 90-minute webinars on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays during three consecutive weeks. The webinars encourage interaction with the instructor.
The objective of School of Loan Origination II is simple, that is, to help you increase your business. Students who take this class will have a leg up when it comes to navigating the regulatory environment, communicating with customers and support staff, and marketing themselves to potential lead sources.
- Introduction and Overview
- Regulatory Review
- Reviewing Tax Returns and Calculating Income
- Product Guidelines
- Pricing and Risk Review
- Supporting Documentation
- Value and Challenges of Purchase Business
- Generating Purchase and Referral Business
- Communication Techniques to Sell Yourself
Download the sample SOLO II Course Outline to learn more about the program.
Who Should Attend?
- Mortgage Loan Officers with 1 - 3 years of experience in the position.
- MLO Assistants
- Debra Killian, President, Charter Oak Lending Group LLC
MBA Diversity and Inclusion scholarship opportunities are available for this offering. Click HERE for more information.