Washington, DC (PRWEB) August 14, 2008
There is no doubt that the recent flux of the mortgage market demands more of mortgage professionals: a level of expertise and knowledge of the industry that allows him or her to stay on top of the constant wave of change. In order to help mortgage professionals maintain and expand upon their current skill set, the National Association of Mortgage Processors is now offering an FHA/VA closing class "For Closers & Post-Closers." This course is made possible through the exclusive educational partnership between NAMP and FHA Online University, and it utilizes a "live" online training environment unique to FHA Online University.
NAMP is offering this class in effort to answer a void in the industry for true quality live training for FHA closers. "Closers and Post-closers will benefit from the training," says Bonnie Wildt-Hild lead FHA instructor for FHA Online University," the course covers actual closing materials that will be generated from standard closing modules such as LSSI or Doc Magic, compliance issues pertaining to RESPA requirements as well as an indepth look at the post-closing piece and how to manage UFMIP and monthly MIP remission. It also covers subjects such as case binder stacking order and requirements for insurance as set forth in the 4165."
Undoubtedly, mortgage professionals who arm themselves with a wide range of expertise will be most marketable and ready for any opportunity, especially as the mortgage meltdown comes into effect and the sub-prime market sees its last days. Mortgage professionals who enroll in the 6-hour FHA/VA closing class "For Closers & Post-Closers" will receive live, interactive training that enables them to expanding upon their personal experience and become a skilled mortgage closer or post-closer.
Based in the heart of Washington D.C., the National Association of Mortgage Processors (NAMP) is known throughout the mortgage processing industry as the voice of today's mortgage processor. NAMP is dedicated to assisting contract loan processors as well as in-house mortgage loan processors, in all aspects of their business. For more information, visit NAMP online at: http://www.MortgageProcessor.org.
About FHA Training University.
FHA Training University offers live, instructor-led online FHA training classes to students nationwide. For more information, visit http://www.FHAtraining.org.