Mortgage training courses and schools
Mortgage Agent programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees

Total 30 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in United States.

Los Angeles Trade Technical College

Training Center/Campus: Los Angeles, California, United States
Phone No.: (213) 763-7000

Mortgage Finance

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The LATTC Mortgage Finance program is one of three programs nationwide created for the purpose of developing a pipeline of well-trained and diverse workers for the mortgage finance industry. As part of the Community &, Economic Development Department, the Mortgage Finance Program focuses its education and training on the wealth and asset building of its students (both as consumers and workers) and the inner city communities it serves. In recent years, the program has been expanded to address consumer education needs around financial and credit management, homeownership, and general asset building. The Mortgage Finance program continues to develop a robust and comprehensive offering of education and training that serves consumers, students preparing to enter the mortgage industry and current mortgage professionals.

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Houston Community College

Training Center/Campus: Houston, Texas, United States
Phone No.: 713.718.2000

Mortgage Lending Professional (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

The Mortgage Lending Professional program prepares students to enter the mortgage lending industry as a loan officer, loan processor, loan clerk or administrative assistant.

UNC Charlotte Continuing Education

Training Center/Campus: Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
Phone No.: (704) 687-8900

Mortgage-Backed Securities markets

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

This course will examine the Mortgage-Backed Securities markets. We will begin with an overview of how these markets have traditionally functioned and why they developed in the way that they did. We will then examine how the problems in the subprime market arose, and how they led to a larger liquidity crisis in the broader capital markets. Finally, we will examine the current status of the markets and the likely reformations it will undergo.
Key Topics
�Historic origins and economic need for the secondary mortgage market
�Major secondary market players: Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac, FHA, Ginnie Mae, Banks, and mortgage brokers
�Mortgage types and their risks: Conforming, Jumbo, Alt-A, and Subprime.
�How MBS investment matters: liquidity, risk, and value
�Why borrowers default, and who loses when they do
�An overview of proposed secondary mortgage market reforms, and the likely effects on the availability of mortgage credit
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Kaplan Professional Schools - California

Training Centers/Campuses: Irvine, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, California, United States
Phone No.: 1-800-660-8105

Mortgage (Certificate)

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar  V

This complete online package satisfies the California SAFE educational requirements, including the required 3 hours on Federal Law and Regulations, 3 hours on ethics, 2 hours on Nontraditional Mortgages and 12 hours of electives. We focus heavily on federal law due to the rigor of federal law found in the National Exam.
•Finish Fast - Start the course any weekday and complete your entire requirement within 7 days!
•Easy Access - You can access the course 24 hours a day.
•Convenience and Flexibility - Ability to resume where you left off, automatic tracking of your progress, instant grading, and online final examination.
•Instructor-Led - Highly trained Kaplan instructors will guide you through the course from day 1 to ensure your success!
•Interactive Assignments - Unique and comprehensive assignments are designed to ensure maximum cyber interaction between students and instructors. You will complete daily tasks as assigned by your instructor.

Hinds Community College

Training Centers/Campuses: Pearl, Raymond, Utica, Vicksburg, Mississippi, United States
Phone No.: 1.800.HINDSCC

Residential Mortgage Lending

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

A survey course including the mortgage lending process, governmental regulations and compliance issues involved in interviewing mortgage loan applicants, and the processing of loan applications

Credit Union National Association

Training Center/Campus: Washington DC, , United States
Phone No.: (202) 638-5777

Servicing Mortgage Loans (Certificate)

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar  V

By completing these interactive courses, you will gain an understanding of the mortgage loan servicing process. Learn about mortgage loan documents, interest, servicing payments, escrow accounts, member relations, collections, and loan servicing technologies.

This module contains 6 online courses:1.Types of Mortgage Loan Programs (A1010A)
2.Regulatory Compliance (A1010B)
3.Loan Servicing (A1010C)
4.Servicing Payments (A1010D)
5.Insurance, Taxes, and Escrow Accounts (A1010E)
6.Collections and Delinquent Loans (A1010F)

Tulane University School of Continuing Studies

Training Centers/Campuses: Biloxi, Harahan, Madison, New Orleans, , United States
Phone No.: 504-865-5555

Real Estate Finance

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

An introduction to residential, multi-family, and commercial financing. The course covers government guaranteed loans, conventional loans, and innovative financing. Guest speakers are brought in to lecture on construction loans, appraisals, title insurance, private mortgage insurance and legal aspects of the mortgage.

North Lake College

Training Center/Campus: Irving, Texas, United States
Phone No.: 972-273-3000

Mortgage Banking

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This program is designed to develop the skills and knowledge necessary so that a graduate may advance in career paths appropriate to that person’s own particular interests and abilities in the field of mortgage banking. In addition to the specific technical skills and knowledge required to originate, process and manage mortgage loans, the graduate will have covered skills in other areas such as real estate, planning and organization, problem solving and decision making, communication, accounting and business.

Auburn University OPCE

Training Center/Campus: Auburn, Alabama, United States
Phone No.: 334.844.5100

Green Building for Mortgage Professionals

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar

Designed as a four hour module, this course offers an overview of green building systems and energy financing products to help a homeowner become more energy efficient.

Students begin this 4 hour course upon registration and must complete the class within 1 month for successful completion.

Cuyahoga Community College

Training Centers/Campuses: Brunswick, Cleveland, Parma, Westlake, Ohio, United States
Phone No.: 800-954-8742

Real Estate - Mortgage Finance (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

The Mortgage Finance program prepares students for a career in the mortgage finance and/or real estate industry. Students are taught by industry experts and upon completion of the academic requirements are prepared to enter such challenging careers as loan originators or loan processors.

San Diego City College

Training Center/Campus: San Diego, California, United States
Phone No.: (619) 388-3400

Mortgage Brokerage and Banking

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course is an introduction to the mortgage brokerage and banking industry. Students will learn the history, concepts, vocabulary, loan products and product flow of the mortgage banking industry, and the functions of the many players in a loan transaction. Course content will also include information on the state of the economy and how it affects real estate lending and the secondary markets. In addition, the legal and financial impacts of fraud within the industry will be discussed. Throughout the course, emphasis will be placed on the importance of follow-through, quality customer service, and ethics as they relate to the mortgage brokerage and banking industry

University of Hawaii at Manoa

Training Center/Campus: Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Phone No.: 808-956-8544

Mortgage/Weather Derivatives

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

Covers the real estate market, mortgage backed securities (MBSs) and real estate derivatives. Focuses on modelling weather, climate change, and weather derivatives.

CPCC Corporate and Continuing Education

Training Center/Campus: Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
Phone No.: 1.704.330.4223

Mortgage Fraud

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Mortgage fraud is one of the fastest growing white-collar crimes in the United States. While it may seem that mortgage fraud affects only those directly involved in the scams, this is not the case. Consumers pay the ultimate price with higher interest rates and fees for mortgage loans. Find our what you can do to identify potential fraud and take the necessary steps to prevent this epidemic from growing further.

This course is approved as 4-hour continuing education by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission

Reverse Mortgages for Senior Homeowners

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Senior homeowners are the fastest growing segment of our population, with more than 35 million people now older than 65. The reverse mortgage is a time-tested program, designed for those over 62 years of age, to gain financial independence by borrowing against the equity in their homes. In addition to a refinance or a home equity line of credit, a reverse mortgage may now be used for a purchase transaction, if the borrower has the ability to pay the difference between the FHA HECM proceeds and the sales price (plus closing costs) for the property being purchased. The course will clearly explain the reverse mortgage program and provide examples for implementing the different types of reverse mortgage plans

Introduction to Underwriting

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

This course introduces the student to conventional mortgage underwriting guidelines and automated underwriting systems used in analyzing the creditworthiness of a borrower. Students will learn the process involved in reviewing a mortgage loan, analyzing the risk factors associated to the loan, and making an underwriting decision

Conventional Loan Processing

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

This course provides the students with basic terms and concepts used to process conventional mortgage loans. Topics include: regulatory disclosures, credit reports, housing and debt ratio calculations, income verification and calculations, loan-to-value, asset verification, and required funds to close

Introduction to Mortgage Lending

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

This is a foundation course for individuals without any experience in mortgage lending. Topics include basic terms and concepts with an overview of the entire mortgage process, from start to finish. Students will understand the role of each person and their responsibilities in the mortgage lending process

Mortgage Banking (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) offers a certificate in Mortgage Banking. To be eligible for this certification, students must satisfactorily complete 96 hours of CPCC Mortgage Banking courses, comprised of the following:

•Introduction to Mortgage Lending or Mortgage Loan Originator Pre-Licensing (20-Hour SAFE Comprehensive Origination Essentials and 4-Hour SAFE North Carolina Mortgage Laws & Regulations) - 24 hours
•Conventional Loan Processing - 24 hours
•Introduction to Underwriting - 24 hours
•Additional course work from any CPCC Mortgage Banking Courses (MTG prefixes only) - 24 hours

Ivy Tech Community College

Training Centers/Campuses: Anderson, Bloomington, Columbus, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Madison, Nashville, Richmond, Indiana, United States
Phone No.: 888-IVY-LINE

Real Estate Home Mortgage Crisis

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

The RECP has worked with other organizations in putting together two classes on distressed properties. This class is a 2-hour highlight of the issues and opportunities working with distressed properties.


Training Center/Campus: Austin, Texas, United States
Phone No.: 888-360-8764, +1-512-441-1097

Mortgage Broking

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar  V

Qualified employees and owners, directors, officers are exempted from loan agent licensing requirements. By May 31 of each year, Mortgage brokers must submit to the Commissioner satisfactory proof that each person who supervises the daily business of the mortgage broker must have completed at least 10 hours of certified courses of continuing education during the 12 months immediately preceding the date on which the license expires. Class hours used for prior renewals may not be used to meet current education requirements, although excess hours may be used or carried forward.

New York Institute of Finance

Training Center/Campus: New York City, New York, United States
Phone No.: +1 888 641 6616

Mortgage Backed Securities

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Overview Of The Mortgage Backed Securities Market
Introduction to mortgage backed securities
Historical background
Evolution of federal agency nortgage backed securities
Government National Mortgage Association
Federal National Mortgage Association
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
Innovations (ARMs, CMOs, SMBS, etc.)
Originators, servicers, dealers and investors
Mortgages Loans

Characteristics of mortgages
Types of mortgages
Mortgage cash flows
Mortgage Pass Through Securities

Types of mortgage pass through securities
Structural characteristics of pass throughs
Weighted average maturity (WAM)
Weighted average coupon (WAC)
Weighted average loan age (WALA)
MBS sector considerations

Dynamics Of Mortgage Prepayments

Demographic considerations
Seasonal patterns in prepayment rates
Home sales activities
Mortgage refinancing
Quantifying prepayment speed �PSA benchmark
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