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US Mortgage

Learn A to Z of Mortgage Life Cycle
Instructor:
Vijay Kumar
234 students enrolled
How the housing loans, which are often called Mortgages in United States are originated and finally sold in secondary market, I mean understand complete life cycle of Mortgage.

You might be wondering what is US Mortgage? Why it is important? What role it plays in US economy? Why it is important to learn about US Mortgage? Who should learn this domain? Why they should learn this domain? What is the complete life cycle of the Mortgage, right from Origination of the loan to selling the same loan in secondary market, who are the players involved? What all the processes involved? What all the consumer Affairs Laws & Regulations? And Key Terms and Concepts.

The US – Mortgage in a nutshell 

Let’s understand What is US Mortgage in a nutshell? US Mortgage, in this course you going to essentially learn about what is US Mortgage Banking, what all the risks involved in mortgage banking, What all the different types of Mortgages available in market? As fundamentals of US Mortgage.

When it comes to Mortgage Production, you will learn about what all the different processes like Loan Origination, Processing, Underwriting, Closing & Funding. Each process again has multiple processes in order to make sure both borrower & lender are in compliance with federal laws.

Let’s see what we going to learn in Mortgage Servicing. This section of the course will talk about Loan servicing processes such as Cash Management, Investor Accounting & Reporting, Document Custodianship etc. Also, this section of the course will talk about Loan Servicing Players such as Loan Servicers, Trustees, Paying Agents, Primary Custodians, Primary Collateral Trustee etc.

Last section of this course is the more exciting one. This section will throw light on Mortgage Secondary Marketing, who are all players, How the Securitization process is structured? What all the government sponsored entities are involved in securitization process? Which are called private conduits and their role in secondary market.

So, who are target audiences? This course is meant for someone who wants to build their career as a business analyst, product owner/manager for Mortgage products, This course is for someone who is interested in Mortgage Business as an investor or financier, This course is meant for academicians who wants teach on US Mortgage domain, This course is prepared for all the people who works in the are of US Mortgage, but do not have complete understanding of how the mortgage is originated and finally sold in the secondary market. This course is intended for anyone who is in finance domain.

So, at the end of this lesson, you will be able to understand the whole process of Mortgage production right from origination to selling them in secondary market, you will be able to answer all the questions related to US Mortgage, if you are investor in mortgage business, you will be much comfortable in your decisions since the decision you make will be informed decisions. If you are a product owner for a mortgage product, you will be enhanced with additional knowledge of mortgage.

So, what are you waiting for? Go ahead and enroll this course and learn about anatomy of US Mortgage right from its inception to selling the mortgage in secondary market.

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Monday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Tuesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Thursday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Friday 9:30 am - 5.00 pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed