New York University Reverse Mortgage Online Training Program

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Registration is now open for New York University's inaugural Reverse Mortgage Training Program. This class explores in detail the current and projected senior demographics, the lack of adequate retirement funds for over 13,000,000 seniors and why the FHA reverse mortgage is becoming a mainstream planning tool.

New York University Reverse Mortgage Training Program

Tuesday, October 16, 2007 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Tuesday, October 23, 2007 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Tuesday, October 30, 2007 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Registration is now open for New York University's inaugural Reverse Mortgage Training Program. This class explores in detail the current and projected senior demographics, the lack of adequate retirement funds for over 13,000,000 seniors and why the FHA reverse mortgage is becoming a mainstream planning tool. The course is taught both live and online in three two-hour sessions for a total of six hours. Any student who completes the course will earn an:

NYU Reverse Mortgage Training Certificate of Completion

Topics to be discussed include::
Aging in place
Seniors' issues and concerns
Independent counseling
Ginnie Mae - HMBS
HECM and HECM100
Proprietary reverse mortgage products
Estate and income tax strategies
Fannie Mae
Congressional acts and legislative history
Ethics in the senior marketplace
Long term care insurance

Exclusive to NYU students: One-year license to the Reverse Mortgage Practical Guide, an ALLREGS product (valued at $495.00), from the nation's leading authority of mortgage regulations. Student cost is $50.00.

Guest Speakers:
Ken L. Austin, Jr. - Reverse Mortgage Solutions
James A. Brodsky, Esq. - Weiner Brodsky Sidman Kider, PC
David Carey - Fannie Mae
Rolf Edwards - Goldman Sachs
Barbara R. Stucki, Ph.D. - National Council on Aging
*speakers subject to change based on availability

About the Professor: Russell J. Fishkind, Esq., who serves as serves as President and CEO of The Reverse Mortgage Center, LLC ®, is also an Assistant Adjunct Professor at New York University, Division of Programs in Business, Finance; Co-author of J.K. Lasser's Estate and Business Succession Planning-Second Edition; and Chair of the Trust and Estate Department of a large metro area law firm.

To register for this class:
Web: http://www.scps.nyu.edu
In the search box on the top right enter course ID: X51.9002
Telephone: (212) 998-7171

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