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Mortgage Lending Principles & Practices Oh Supplement Textbook 7e

Designed for both employees of mortgage lenders and individuals studying real estate finance, Residential Mortgage Lending: Principles and Practices provides an overview of mortgage banking and outlines strategies that mortgage bankers can utilize to compete successfully in today’s competitive business environment. While clearly explaining the fundamentals in an easy-to-understand manner, this edition has a new emphasis on the practical applications of residential mortgage lending making it an excellent resource for learning mortgage banking operations.

Cost: $15.00  

 
Mortgage Lending Principles & Practices Textbook 7e

Today's consumer-focused and more heavily regulated mortgage industry requires consummate professionals to help facilitate one of the biggest financial commitments most people will make in a lifetime. Mortgage professionals must be knowledgeable and ethical when it comes to providing home loans and services. Mortgage Lending Principles and Practices, 6th edition is designed to prepare you with the knowledge you need to enter the mortgage lending field and be successful. Whether used in the classroom or for self-study, you will find the information presented in a clear and concise manner. The text includes key terms, examples, chapter summaries and quizzes, as well as mortgage exercises and case studies to reinforce the concepts presented. Also included are the following: comprehensive topical coverage; clear and concise presentation; use for classroom or self-study, and as a reference for new mortgage professionals; complete glossary; numerous sample forms and study aids throughout.

Cost: $65.00  

 
Safe Comprehensive: Staying Compliant with Mortgage Law

This course satisfies the annual continuing education requirements for mortgage loan originators set forth by the SAFE Act (Secure and Fair Enforcement Mortgage Licensing Act of 2008). The course covers the required two-hours on nontraditional lending by discussing suitability of nontraditional loans v. traditional loans for particular types of buyers. The required two hours of Ethics instruction provides a refresher of ethics, fair lending, fraud, and consumer protection topics. Case studies on ethics/fair lending, appraisal/mortgage fraud and RESPA violations provide the learner with opportunity for practical application of knowledge on these topics. The three- hour federal law requirement focuses on a review of federal laws that prohibit discrimination, including FHA, ECOA, HMDA, and CRA. Recent industry trends, updates, and issues related to these laws are included. The one-hour elective focuses on analysis of appraisal reports with attention paid to details mortgage loan originators should review.

Cost: $0.00  

 

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