The 2021 WBA Residential Mortgage Lending School will be held April 27-30 at the Wisconsin Bankers Association Office in Madison. Classes will begin at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday and conclude at 3:00 p.m. on Friday.
Students will gain the knowledge and tools needed to be successful in this complex and highly competitive field. You will learn from seasoned professionals the concepts needed to reach that success and also learn from your fellow students through case study work as you and other team members collaborate on assignments.
The curriculum includes:
- Finance Basics
- Compliance for Residential Mortgage Lenders, including:
- Truth in Lending (Regulation Z)
- FACT Act
- ECOA (Regulation B)
- HMDA (Regulation C)
- Flood Protection Act
- SAFE Act
- Fair Lending
- Application Generation
- Product Knowledge
- Conventional mortgage products
- Government programs available for residential loans
- Construction loans
- Application Process - Sales Skills
- Title Insurance
- Closing Documentation
- Pricing Considerations
- Valuable Networking Opportunites
Attendees will also participate in a group case study that encompasses the full curriculum.
The student fee of $1,045 includes program registration, instruction and materials, most meals, and a Real Estate Master II Qualifier Plus calculator. Enrollment limit: 40.
It is recommended that each potential student have two years or less of experience in the residential mortgage lending area of the bank. Lending experience is helpful, but not required.
Who Should Attend:
Personal bankers, consumer lenders, loan processors, closers, and new residential mortgage lenders.
In order to successfully complete the program, students will be expected to participate actively in all class discussions, attend all classes, and, with your peer group, successfully present a case study to the School Advisory Board of Directors.