Drowning in a sea of underwriting confusion?
Have you had a loan declined and need to verify the guidelines cited for the decline are accurate before giving up on that hard-earned lead?
Are you an underwriter and you need help researching an answer but don’t have a mentor underwriter to help talk you through your situation and to help properly research the guidelines?
Are you a leader at your company and need a quality continuing education program designed not only to train new team members but ensure your team has the latest underwriting knowledge?
Many mortgage professionals try to research underwriting topics for example calculating schedule C, or can I use distributions on my borrowers K-1 for income? The google results give you back a sea of random youtube videos, blogs, and guideline links that you are not sure the accuracy of the information even if it DID cover the topic you were looking for.
What about calling your local underwriter and have them try to help out… in today’s mortgage world it is just too fast-moving and the underwriters are incredibly busy ...they may want to help but just can’t keep up the time demand with their file load!
And all of this leads you to our site..... with a loud "CAN YOU HELP!!"
Welcome to the UW Base Camp
" WE KNOW mortgage underwriting"… our team of underwriters and advisors have decades of experience based on a hands-on day to day underwriting work NOT book theory!
We use the Field Guide To Underwriting's 10 step process of loan evaluation and use that proven method to break down underwriting training so it completely covers all the steps from Application to Regulation Z.
Each lesson follows our philosophy of teaching that reviews
WHAT we are doing
WHY we do it, and
HOW to most effectively complete the task.
Our training is supported by current guidelines, visuals, and a practical real-world explanation of each topic.
Get your underwriting trainining out of the 2000's
Zoom, Skype, Facebook Live Feeds are all accessible to our industry. Let's use today's tools to train today's loan processors and underwriters. It is time to retire the old method of reading through pages and pages of guidelines that are not designed or written to TEACH the topic but just outline rules.
Education is the foundation for