Successful Underwriting Requires Sound Analytical Skills and Expertise.
Our robust catalog of programs offers a variety of courses on underwriting to help your team develop and hone the skills necessary to tie all of the components of underwriting together to ensure the lender is sufficiently protected through the life of the loan. To succeed in today's marketplace, underwriters must have the expertise required to adequately analyze all
elements of the loan to make a sound recommendation to an investment committee.
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CRE BASICS: UNDERWRITING
Our CRE Basics Underwriting courses introduce students to the underwriting process associated with office, multifamily and retail properties. Beginning with an exploration of the capital sources available for office financing and moving through the cash flow analysis and valuation process, participants will learn how underwriters determine if a particular office property is acceptable collateral to secure a prospective mortgage.
- Underwriting Multifamily and Valuation
- Underwriting Office Buildings and Valuation
- Underwriting Retail
CRE BASICS: INSPECTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS
Understand what the property inspection tells the underwriter and how the results of the inspection affect underwriting.
CRE BASICS: APPRAISAL AND THREE APPROACHES TO VALUE
Understand the essential components to appraisal and valuation to ensure a proper review and reconciliation of the property value.
COMMERCIAL LOAN ORIGNIATION SALES TRAINING
Explore the life cycle of a loan with a focus on origination and sales.
FHA MULTIFAMILY UNDERWRITING TRAINING
Demonstrate a mastery of knowledge, skills and abilities expected of HUD-approved MAP underwriters in the most extensive and rigorous curriculum of its kind in the Industry.
MULTIFAMILY PROPERTY INSPECTION WORKSHOP
Develop "best practices" required by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and learn how to perform a physical inspection of a multifamily property.