Education Self Study Filter

255 results
Displaying 81 to 90 of 255 records.
< Prev 1 ... 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 ... 26 Next >
  • RC_LA_DA_200.2 Default Administration Functional Areas

    This is a single-family/residential course. Unfortunately, some borrowers will experience difficulty meeting their payment obligations. In extreme instances, this may lead to a foreclosure, which generally results in a loss for all parties: borrower, lender/investor, and servicer. Default and forec

  • RC_LA_DA_301.5 GSE and Agency Loss Mitigation Options

    This is a single-family/residential course. Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) under the authority of The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Veterans Administration (VA), and the United States Department of Agriculture (RD) are the key players in t

  • RC_LA_DA_205.1 Introduction to REO

    This is a single-family/residential course. Before a property becomes real estate owned (REO), there are a number of potential loss mitigation solutions that should be explored to assist a distressed homeowner to retain ownership while minimizing loss for the mortgage servicer and investor. Unfortu

  • RC_LA_DA_301.1 Loss Mitigation Concepts

    This is a single-family/residential course. The verb "to mitigate" means to cause something to become less harsh, hostile, severe, or painful. Loss mitigation in mortgage lending involves activities that reduce or eliminate credit losses (pain) to lenders, servicers, investors, and borrowers. In th

  • RC_LA_DA_301.3 Loss Mitigation Options

    This is a single-family/residential course. Loss Mitigation Options examines the basic types of retention and disposition loss mitigation options. We begin the course with an overview of these options and the factors that determine whether a retention or disposition option is the better choice for

  • RC_LA_DA_301.2 Loss Mitigation Processes

    This is a single-family/residential course. MBA Education is dedicated to accommodating today's busy professional by offering short, accessible learning programs that can be completed in less than an hour. Our new module library contain excerpts taken from more in-depth courses. This module is an e

  • RC_LA_DA_300.1 Managing Delinquency for Loan Counselors

    This is a single-family/residential course. Managing Delinquency for Loan Counselors introduces the role of the collections loan counselor. It provides the foundational knowledge and context necessary to understand the specifics of the collection loan counselor's responsibilities. The course beg

  • RC_LA_DA_301.4 Math for Loss Mitigation

    This is a single-family/residential course. Many of the loan counselor's decisions are based on financial calculations. These calculations answer questions about the borrower's ability to continue making monthly payments, while providing direction as to the most appropriate solution. Although techn

  • RC_LA_DA_300.4 Meeting Collection Goals for Loan Counselors

    This is a single-family/residential course. Meeting Collection Goals for Loan Counselors addresses how to meet collections goals by determining the cause of delinquent payments and obtaining realistic promises to pay. The course provides an overview of common reasons for delinquency and explores

  • RC_LA_DA_302.2 Processing the Bankruptcy Loan

    This is a single-family/residential course. Bankruptcy cases generally last between three months and five years. Accurate and timely management of bankruptcy cases during this time is critical to the mortgage servicer. Missed filing dates or incorrect reporting can result in lost time and revenue

Displaying 81 to 90 of 255 records.
< Prev 1 ... 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 ... 26 Next >