USDA: Borrower Eligibility Requirements - Part 1

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This free mortgage training video discusses the general requirements for USDA loans including income eligibility, citizenship status, residence, dwelling and obtaining credit and more.



ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: With 13+ years of prior mortgage industry experience, Stacie Weider’s background ranges from loan origination, to leading a sales team, to running a profitable retail branch, to acting as a producing branch and training manager. Throughout Ms. Weider’s career, she was drawn mostly to the training aspect of each position, which sparked an ongoing passion for mentoring others in her field. This passion led Ms. Weider to pursue a career focused solely on the training and development of new and experienced mortgage professionals. Currently, Ms. Weider serves as the VP of Training and Development for a large mortgage company in Atlanta, Georgia. Her key responsibilities include: designing and delivering effective custom training via: classroom, workshop, webinar, video, and one-on-one instruction for 11 departments and over 170 employees. Ms. Weider has developed and delivered training programs on mortgage guidelines and compliance, leadership, effective communication, change management, and sales. Ms. Weider is also a subject matter expert on mortgage compliance, TRID, FHLMC, FNMA, FHA and VA guidelines.

VIDEO DISCLAIMER: The material presented in this video is for informational purposes only, and should not be considered legal advice. Examples of analysis performed within this video are only examples. They should not be utilized in real-world application as they are based only on very limited and dated open source information. Assumptions made within the analysis are not reflective of the position of CampusMortgage or NAMP®. Please check the date of this video to ensure the content is not outdated as the information presented is time sensitive and subject to change without notice.

USDA: Borrower Eligibility Requirements - Part 2

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This free mortgage training video discusses current homeowner requirements, USDA ratios to determine repayment ability and more.



ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: With 13+ years of prior mortgage industry experience, Stacie Weider’s background ranges from loan origination, to leading a sales team, to running a profitable retail branch, to acting as a producing branch and training manager. Throughout Ms. Weider’s career, she was drawn mostly to the training aspect of each position, which sparked an ongoing passion for mentoring others in her field. This passion led Ms. Weider to pursue a career focused solely on the training and development of new and experienced mortgage professionals. Currently, Ms. Weider serves as the VP of Training and Development for a large mortgage company in Atlanta, Georgia. Her key responsibilities include: designing and delivering effective custom training via: classroom, workshop, webinar, video, and one-on-one instruction for 11 departments and over 170 employees. Ms. Weider has developed and delivered training programs on mortgage guidelines and compliance, leadership, effective communication, change management, and sales. Ms. Weider is also a subject matter expert on mortgage compliance, TRID, FHLMC, FNMA, FHA and VA guidelines.

VIDEO DISCLAIMER: The material presented in this video is for informational purposes only, and should not be considered legal advice. Examples of analysis performed within this video are only examples. They should not be utilized in real-world application as they are based only on very limited and dated open source information. Assumptions made within the analysis are not reflective of the position of CampusMortgage or NAMP®. Please check the date of this video to ensure the content is not outdated as the information presented is time sensitive and subject to change without notice.

USDA: Borrower Eligibility Requirements - Part 3

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This free mortgage training video discusses credit qualification requirements and more.



ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: With 13+ years of prior mortgage industry experience, Stacie Weider’s background ranges from loan origination, to leading a sales team, to running a profitable retail branch, to acting as a producing branch and training manager. Throughout Ms. Weider’s career, she was drawn mostly to the training aspect of each position, which sparked an ongoing passion for mentoring others in her field. This passion led Ms. Weider to pursue a career focused solely on the training and development of new and experienced mortgage professionals. Currently, Ms. Weider serves as the VP of Training and Development for a large mortgage company in Atlanta, Georgia. Her key responsibilities include: designing and delivering effective custom training via: classroom, workshop, webinar, video, and one-on-one instruction for 11 departments and over 170 employees. Ms. Weider has developed and delivered training programs on mortgage guidelines and compliance, leadership, effective communication, change management, and sales. Ms. Weider is also a subject matter expert on mortgage compliance, TRID, FHLMC, FNMA, FHA and VA guidelines.

VIDEO DISCLAIMER: The material presented in this video is for informational purposes only, and should not be considered legal advice. Examples of analysis performed within this video are only examples. They should not be utilized in real-world application as they are based only on very limited and dated open source information. Assumptions made within the analysis are not reflective of the position of CampusMortgage or NAMP®. Please check the date of this video to ensure the content is not outdated as the information presented is time sensitive and subject to change without notice.

Helpful Tips for the New 2018 HMDA Requirements - Part 1

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: With 13+ years of prior mortgage industry experience, Stacie Weider’s background ranges from loan origination, to leading a sales team, to running a profitable retail branch, to acting as a producing branch and training manager. Throughout Ms. Weider’s career, she was drawn mostly to the training aspect of each position, which sparked an ongoing passion for mentoring others in her field. This passion led Ms. Weider to pursue a career focused solely on the training and development of new and experienced mortgage professionals. Currently, Ms. Weider serves as the VP of Training and Development for a large mortgage company in Atlanta, Georgia. Her key responsibilities include: designing and delivering effective custom training via: classroom, workshop, webinar, video, and one-on-one instruction for 11 departments and over 170 employees. Ms. Weider has developed and delivered training programs on mortgage guidelines and compliance, leadership, effective communication, change management, and sales. Ms. Weider is also a subject matter expert on mortgage compliance, TRID, FHLMC, FNMA, FHA and VA guidelines.

VIDEO DISCLAIMER: The material presented in this video is for informational purposes only, and should not be considered legal advice. Examples of analysis performed within this video are only examples. They should not be utilized in real-world application as they are based only on very limited and dated open source information. Assumptions made within the analysis are not reflective of the position of CampusMortgage or NAMP®. Please check the date of this video to ensure the content is not outdated as the information presented is time sensitive and subject to change without notice.

Helpful Tips for the New 2018 HMDA Requirements - Part 2

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: With 13+ years of prior mortgage industry experience, Stacie Weider’s background ranges from loan origination, to leading a sales team, to running a profitable retail branch, to acting as a producing branch and training manager. Throughout Ms. Weider’s career, she was drawn mostly to the training aspect of each position, which sparked an ongoing passion for mentoring others in her field. This passion led Ms. Weider to pursue a career focused solely on the training and development of new and experienced mortgage professionals. Currently, Ms. Weider serves as the VP of Training and Development for a large mortgage company in Atlanta, Georgia. Her key responsibilities include: designing and delivering effective custom training via: classroom, workshop, webinar, video, and one-on-one instruction for 11 departments and over 170 employees. Ms. Weider has developed and delivered training programs on mortgage guidelines and compliance, leadership, effective communication, change management, and sales. Ms. Weider is also a subject matter expert on mortgage compliance, TRID, FHLMC, FNMA, FHA and VA guidelines.

VIDEO DISCLAIMER: The material presented in this video is for informational purposes only, and should not be considered legal advice. Examples of analysis performed within this video are only examples. They should not be utilized in real-world application as they are based only on very limited and dated open source information. Assumptions made within the analysis are not reflective of the position of CampusMortgage or NAMP®. Please check the date of this video to ensure the content is not outdated as the information presented is time sensitive and subject to change without notice.

Helpful Tips for the New 2018 HMDA Requirements - Part 3

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: With 13+ years of prior mortgage industry experience, Stacie Weider’s background ranges from loan origination, to leading a sales team, to running a profitable retail branch, to acting as a producing branch and training manager. Throughout Ms. Weider’s career, she was drawn mostly to the training aspect of each position, which sparked an ongoing passion for mentoring others in her field. This passion led Ms. Weider to pursue a career focused solely on the training and development of new and experienced mortgage professionals. Currently, Ms. Weider serves as the VP of Training and Development for a large mortgage company in Atlanta, Georgia. Her key responsibilities include: designing and delivering effective custom training via: classroom, workshop, webinar, video, and one-on-one instruction for 11 departments and over 170 employees. Ms. Weider has developed and delivered training programs on mortgage guidelines and compliance, leadership, effective communication, change management, and sales. Ms. Weider is also a subject matter expert on mortgage compliance, TRID, FHLMC, FNMA, FHA and VA guidelines.

VIDEO DISCLAIMER: The material presented in this video is for informational purposes only, and should not be considered legal advice. Examples of analysis performed within this video are only examples. They should not be utilized in real-world application as they are based only on very limited and dated open source information. Assumptions made within the analysis are not reflective of the position of CampusMortgage or NAMP®. Please check the date of this video to ensure the content is not outdated as the information presented is time sensitive and subject to change without notice.

FNMA: Guidance on Special Circumstances Related to Borrowers Affected by Natural Disasters - Part 1

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: With 13+ years of prior mortgage industry experience, Stacie Weider’s background ranges from loan origination, to leading a sales team, to running a profitable retail branch, to acting as a producing branch and training manager. Throughout Ms. Weider’s career, she was drawn mostly to the training aspect of each position, which sparked an ongoing passion for mentoring others in her field. This passion led Ms. Weider to pursue a career focused solely on the training and development of new and experienced mortgage professionals. Currently, Ms. Weider serves as the VP of Training and Development for a large mortgage company in Atlanta, Georgia. Her key responsibilities include: designing and delivering effective custom training via: classroom, workshop, webinar, video, and one-on-one instruction for 11 departments and over 170 employees. Ms. Weider has developed and delivered training programs on mortgage guidelines and compliance, leadership, effective communication, change management, and sales. Ms. Weider is also a subject matter expert on mortgage compliance, TRID, FHLMC, FNMA, FHA and VA guidelines.

VIDEO DISCLAIMER: The material presented in this video is for informational purposes only, and should not be considered legal advice. Examples of analysis performed within this video are only examples. They should not be utilized in real-world application as they are based only on very limited and dated open source information. Assumptions made within the analysis are not reflective of the position of CampusMortgage or NAMP®. Please check the date of this video to ensure the content is not outdated as the information presented is time sensitive and subject to change without notice.

FNMA: Guidance on Special Circumstances Related to Borrowers Affected by Natural Disasters - Part 2

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: With 13+ years of prior mortgage industry experience, Stacie Weider’s background ranges from loan origination, to leading a sales team, to running a profitable retail branch, to acting as a producing branch and training manager. Throughout Ms. Weider’s career, she was drawn mostly to the training aspect of each position, which sparked an ongoing passion for mentoring others in her field. This passion led Ms. Weider to pursue a career focused solely on the training and development of new and experienced mortgage professionals. Currently, Ms. Weider serves as the VP of Training and Development for a large mortgage company in Atlanta, Georgia. Her key responsibilities include: designing and delivering effective custom training via: classroom, workshop, webinar, video, and one-on-one instruction for 11 departments and over 170 employees. Ms. Weider has developed and delivered training programs on mortgage guidelines and compliance, leadership, effective communication, change management, and sales. Ms. Weider is also a subject matter expert on mortgage compliance, TRID, FHLMC, FNMA, FHA and VA guidelines.

VIDEO DISCLAIMER: The material presented in this video is for informational purposes only, and should not be considered legal advice. Examples of analysis performed within this video are only examples. They should not be utilized in real-world application as they are based only on very limited and dated open source information. Assumptions made within the analysis are not reflective of the position of CampusMortgage or NAMP®. Please check the date of this video to ensure the content is not outdated as the information presented is time sensitive and subject to change without notice.

FNMA: Guidance on Special Circumstances Related to Borrowers Affected by Natural Disasters - Part 3

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: With 13+ years of prior mortgage industry experience, Stacie Weider’s background ranges from loan origination, to leading a sales team, to running a profitable retail branch, to acting as a producing branch and training manager. Throughout Ms. Weider’s career, she was drawn mostly to the training aspect of each position, which sparked an ongoing passion for mentoring others in her field. This passion led Ms. Weider to pursue a career focused solely on the training and development of new and experienced mortgage professionals. Currently, Ms. Weider serves as the VP of Training and Development for a large mortgage company in Atlanta, Georgia. Her key responsibilities include: designing and delivering effective custom training via: classroom, workshop, webinar, video, and one-on-one instruction for 11 departments and over 170 employees. Ms. Weider has developed and delivered training programs on mortgage guidelines and compliance, leadership, effective communication, change management, and sales. Ms. Weider is also a subject matter expert on mortgage compliance, TRID, FHLMC, FNMA, FHA and VA guidelines.

VIDEO DISCLAIMER: The material presented in this video is for informational purposes only, and should not be considered legal advice. Examples of analysis performed within this video are only examples. They should not be utilized in real-world application as they are based only on very limited and dated open source information. Assumptions made within the analysis are not reflective of the position of CampusMortgage or NAMP®. Please check the date of this video to ensure the content is not outdated as the information presented is time sensitive and subject to change without notice.

USDA: What Not to Include When Calculating Borrower's Income

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: With 13+ years of prior mortgage industry experience, Stacie Weider’s background ranges from loan origination, to leading a sales team, to running a profitable retail branch, to acting as a producing branch and training manager. Throughout Ms. Weider’s career, she was drawn mostly to the training aspect of each position, which sparked an ongoing passion for mentoring others in her field. This passion led Ms. Weider to pursue a career focused solely on the training and development of new and experienced mortgage professionals. Currently, Ms. Weider serves as the VP of Training and Development for a large mortgage company in Atlanta, Georgia. Her key responsibilities include: designing and delivering effective custom training via: classroom, workshop, webinar, video, and one-on-one instruction for 11 departments and over 170 employees. Ms. Weider has developed and delivered training programs on mortgage guidelines and compliance, leadership, effective communication, change management, and sales. Ms. Weider is also a subject matter expert on mortgage compliance, TRID, FHLMC, FNMA, FHA and VA guidelines.

VIDEO DISCLAIMER: The material presented in this video is for informational purposes only, and should not be considered legal advice. Examples of analysis performed within this video are only examples. They should not be utilized in real-world application as they are based only on very limited and dated open source information. Assumptions made within the analysis are not reflective of the position of CampusMortgage or NAMP®. Please check the date of this video to ensure the content is not outdated as the information presented is time sensitive and subject to change without notice.

FNMA: Homeownership Education & Counseling Requirements

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: With 13+ years of prior mortgage industry experience, Stacie Weider’s background ranges from loan origination, to leading a sales team, to running a profitable retail branch, to acting as a producing branch and training manager. Throughout Ms. Weider’s career, she was drawn mostly to the training aspect of each position, which sparked an ongoing passion for mentoring others in her field. This passion led Ms. Weider to pursue a career focused solely on the training and development of new and experienced mortgage professionals. Currently, Ms. Weider serves as the VP of Training and Development for a large mortgage company in Atlanta, Georgia. Her key responsibilities include: designing and delivering effective custom training via: classroom, workshop, webinar, video, and one-on-one instruction for 11 departments and over 170 employees. Ms. Weider has developed and delivered training programs on mortgage guidelines and compliance, leadership, effective communication, change management, and sales. Ms. Weider is also a subject matter expert on mortgage compliance, TRID, FHLMC, FNMA, FHA and VA guidelines.

VIDEO DISCLAIMER: The material presented in this video is for informational purposes only, and should not be considered legal advice. Examples of analysis performed within this video are only examples. They should not be utilized in real-world application as they are based only on very limited and dated open source information. Assumptions made within the analysis are not reflective of the position of CampusMortgage or NAMP®. Please check the date of this video to ensure the content is not outdated as the information presented is time sensitive and subject to change without notice.

FNMA: What Type of Information Can Be Disclosed to Appraisers

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: With 13+ years of prior mortgage industry experience, Stacie Weider’s background ranges from loan origination, to leading a sales team, to running a profitable retail branch, to acting as a producing branch and training manager. Throughout Ms. Weider’s career, she was drawn mostly to the training aspect of each position, which sparked an ongoing passion for mentoring others in her field. This passion led Ms. Weider to pursue a career focused solely on the training and development of new and experienced mortgage professionals. Currently, Ms. Weider serves as the VP of Training and Development for a large mortgage company in Atlanta, Georgia. Her key responsibilities include: designing and delivering effective custom training via: classroom, workshop, webinar, video, and one-on-one instruction for 11 departments and over 170 employees. Ms. Weider has developed and delivered training programs on mortgage guidelines and compliance, leadership, effective communication, change management, and sales. Ms. Weider is also a subject matter expert on mortgage compliance, TRID, FHLMC, FNMA, FHA and VA guidelines.

VIDEO DISCLAIMER: The material presented in this video is for informational purposes only, and should not be considered legal advice. Examples of analysis performed within this video are only examples. They should not be utilized in real-world application as they are based only on very limited and dated open source information. Assumptions made within the analysis are not reflective of the position of CampusMortgage or NAMP®. Please check the date of this video to ensure the content is not outdated as the information presented is time sensitive and subject to change without notice.

FNMA - Ineligible Property Types

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: With 13+ years of prior mortgage industry experience, Stacie Weider’s background ranges from loan origination, to leading a sales team, to running a profitable retail branch, to acting as a producing branch and training manager. Throughout Ms. Weider’s career, she was drawn mostly to the training aspect of each position, which sparked an ongoing passion for mentoring others in her field. This passion led Ms. Weider to pursue a career focused solely on the training and development of new and experienced mortgage professionals. Currently, Ms. Weider serves as the VP of Training and Development for a large mortgage company in Atlanta, Georgia. Her key responsibilities include: designing and delivering effective custom training via: classroom, workshop, webinar, video, and one-on-one instruction for 11 departments and over 170 employees. Ms. Weider has developed and delivered training programs on mortgage guidelines and compliance, leadership, effective communication, change management, and sales. Ms. Weider is also a subject matter expert on mortgage compliance, TRID, FHLMC, FNMA, FHA and VA guidelines.

VIDEO DISCLAIMER: The material presented in this video is for informational purposes only, and should not be considered legal advice. Examples of analysis performed within this video are only examples. They should not be utilized in real-world application as they are based only on very limited and dated open source information. Assumptions made within the analysis are not reflective of the position of CampusMortgage or NAMP®. Please check the date of this video to ensure the content is not outdated as the information presented is time sensitive and subject to change without notice.

FNMA - How to Handle Business Debt in the Borrower's Name

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: With 13+ years of prior mortgage industry experience, Stacie Weider’s background ranges from loan origination, to leading a sales team, to running a profitable retail branch, to acting as a producing branch and training manager. Throughout Ms. Weider’s career, she was drawn mostly to the training aspect of each position, which sparked an ongoing passion for mentoring others in her field. This passion led Ms. Weider to pursue a career focused solely on the training and development of new and experienced mortgage professionals. Currently, Ms. Weider serves as the VP of Training and Development for a large mortgage company in Atlanta, Georgia. Her key responsibilities include: designing and delivering effective custom training via: classroom, workshop, webinar, video, and one-on-one instruction for 11 departments and over 170 employees. Ms. Weider has developed and delivered training programs on mortgage guidelines and compliance, leadership, effective communication, change management, and sales. Ms. Weider is also a subject matter expert on mortgage compliance, TRID, FHLMC, FNMA, FHA and VA guidelines.

VIDEO DISCLAIMER: The material presented in this video is for informational purposes only, and should not be considered legal advice. Examples of analysis performed within this video are only examples. They should not be utilized in real-world application as they are based only on very limited and dated open source information. Assumptions made within the analysis are not reflective of the position of CampusMortgage or NAMP®. Please check the date of this video to ensure the content is not outdated as the information presented is time sensitive and subject to change without notice.

FNMA - Documenting Proceeds from the Sale of Personal Assets

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: With 13+ years of prior mortgage industry experience, Stacie Weider’s background ranges from loan origination, to leading a sales team, to running a profitable retail branch, to acting as a producing branch and training manager. Throughout Ms. Weider’s career, she was drawn mostly to the training aspect of each position, which sparked an ongoing passion for mentoring others in her field. This passion led Ms. Weider to pursue a career focused solely on the training and development of new and experienced mortgage professionals. Currently, Ms. Weider serves as the VP of Training and Development for a large mortgage company in Atlanta, Georgia. Her key responsibilities include: designing and delivering effective custom training via: classroom, workshop, webinar, video, and one-on-one instruction for 11 departments and over 170 employees. Ms. Weider has developed and delivered training programs on mortgage guidelines and compliance, leadership, effective communication, change management, and sales. Ms. Weider is also a subject matter expert on mortgage compliance, TRID, FHLMC, FNMA, FHA and VA guidelines.

VIDEO DISCLAIMER: The material presented in this video is for informational purposes only, and should not be considered legal advice. Examples of analysis performed within this video are only examples. They should not be utilized in real-world application as they are based only on very limited and dated open source information. Assumptions made within the analysis are not reflective of the position of CampusMortgage or NAMP®. Please check the date of this video to ensure the content is not outdated as the information presented is time sensitive and subject to change without notice.

What You Need to Know: FHA 203(h) For Disaster Victims - Part 1

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: With 13+ years of prior mortgage industry experience, Stacie Weider’s background ranges from loan origination, to leading a sales team, to running a profitable retail branch, to acting as a producing branch and training manager. Throughout Ms. Weider’s career, she was drawn mostly to the training aspect of each position, which sparked an ongoing passion for mentoring others in her field. This passion led Ms. Weider to pursue a career focused solely on the training and development of new and experienced mortgage professionals. Currently, Ms. Weider serves as the VP of Training and Development for a large mortgage company in Atlanta, Georgia. Her key responsibilities include: designing and delivering effective custom training via: classroom, workshop, webinar, video, and one-on-one instruction for 11 departments and over 170 employees. Ms. Weider has developed and delivered training programs on mortgage guidelines and compliance, leadership, effective communication, change management, and sales. Ms. Weider is also a subject matter expert on mortgage compliance, TRID, FHLMC, FNMA, FHA and VA guidelines.

VIDEO DISCLAIMER: The material presented in this video is for informational purposes only, and should not be considered legal advice. Examples of analysis performed within this video are only examples. They should not be utilized in real-world application as they are based only on very limited and dated open source information. Assumptions made within the analysis are not reflective of the position of CampusMortgage or NAMP®. Please check the date of this video to ensure the content is not outdated as the information presented is time sensitive and subject to change without notice.

What You Need to Know: FHA 203(h) For Disaster Victims - Part 2

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: With 13+ years of prior mortgage industry experience, Stacie Weider’s background ranges from loan origination, to leading a sales team, to running a profitable retail branch, to acting as a producing branch and training manager. Throughout Ms. Weider’s career, she was drawn mostly to the training aspect of each position, which sparked an ongoing passion for mentoring others in her field. This passion led Ms. Weider to pursue a career focused solely on the training and development of new and experienced mortgage professionals. Currently, Ms. Weider serves as the VP of Training and Development for a large mortgage company in Atlanta, Georgia. Her key responsibilities include: designing and delivering effective custom training via: classroom, workshop, webinar, video, and one-on-one instruction for 11 departments and over 170 employees. Ms. Weider has developed and delivered training programs on mortgage guidelines and compliance, leadership, effective communication, change management, and sales. Ms. Weider is also a subject matter expert on mortgage compliance, TRID, FHLMC, FNMA, FHA and VA guidelines.

VIDEO DISCLAIMER: The material presented in this video is for informational purposes only, and should not be considered legal advice. Examples of analysis performed within this video are only examples. They should not be utilized in real-world application as they are based only on very limited and dated open source information. Assumptions made within the analysis are not reflective of the position of CampusMortgage or NAMP®. Please check the date of this video to ensure the content is not outdated as the information presented is time sensitive and subject to change without notice.

What You Need to Know: FHA 203(h) For Disaster Victims - Part 3

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: With 13+ years of prior mortgage industry experience, Stacie Weider’s background ranges from loan origination, to leading a sales team, to running a profitable retail branch, to acting as a producing branch and training manager. Throughout Ms. Weider’s career, she was drawn mostly to the training aspect of each position, which sparked an ongoing passion for mentoring others in her field. This passion led Ms. Weider to pursue a career focused solely on the training and development of new and experienced mortgage professionals. Currently, Ms. Weider serves as the VP of Training and Development for a large mortgage company in Atlanta, Georgia. Her key responsibilities include: designing and delivering effective custom training via: classroom, workshop, webinar, video, and one-on-one instruction for 11 departments and over 170 employees. Ms. Weider has developed and delivered training programs on mortgage guidelines and compliance, leadership, effective communication, change management, and sales. Ms. Weider is also a subject matter expert on mortgage compliance, TRID, FHLMC, FNMA, FHA and VA guidelines.

VIDEO DISCLAIMER: The material presented in this video is for informational purposes only, and should not be considered legal advice. Examples of analysis performed within this video are only examples. They should not be utilized in real-world application as they are based only on very limited and dated open source information. Assumptions made within the analysis are not reflective of the position of CampusMortgage or NAMP®. Please check the date of this video to ensure the content is not outdated as the information presented is time sensitive and subject to change without notice.

HARP Refresher - Part One

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: With 13+ years of prior mortgage industry experience, Stacie Weider’s background ranges from loan origination, to leading a sales team, to running a profitable retail branch, to acting as a producing branch and training manager. Throughout Ms. Weider’s career, she was drawn mostly to the training aspect of each position, which sparked an ongoing passion for mentoring others in her field. This passion led Ms. Weider to pursue a career focused solely on the training and development of new and experienced mortgage professionals. Currently, Ms. Weider serves as the VP of Training and Development for a large mortgage company in Atlanta, Georgia. Her key responsibilities include: designing and delivering effective custom training via: classroom, workshop, webinar, video, and one-on-one instruction for 11 departments and over 170 employees. Ms. Weider has developed and delivered training programs on mortgage guidelines and compliance, leadership, effective communication, change management, and sales. Ms. Weider is also a subject matter expert on mortgage compliance, TRID, FHLMC, FNMA, FHA and VA guidelines.

VIDEO DISCLAIMER: The material presented in this video is for informational purposes only, and should not be considered legal advice. Examples of analysis performed within this video are only examples. They should not be utilized in real-world application as they are based only on very limited and dated open source information. Assumptions made within the analysis are not reflective of the position of CampusMortgage or NAMP®. Please check the date of this video to ensure the content is not outdated as the information presented is time sensitive and subject to change without notice.

HARP Loan Refresher - Part Two

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: With 13+ years of prior mortgage industry experience, Stacie Weider’s background ranges from loan origination, to leading a sales team, to running a profitable retail branch, to acting as a producing branch and training manager. Throughout Ms. Weider’s career, she was drawn mostly to the training aspect of each position, which sparked an ongoing passion for mentoring others in her field. This passion led Ms. Weider to pursue a career focused solely on the training and development of new and experienced mortgage professionals. Currently, Ms. Weider serves as the VP of Training and Development for a large mortgage company in Atlanta, Georgia. Her key responsibilities include: designing and delivering effective custom training via: classroom, workshop, webinar, video, and one-on-one instruction for 11 departments and over 170 employees. Ms. Weider has developed and delivered training programs on mortgage guidelines and compliance, leadership, effective communication, change management, and sales. Ms. Weider is also a subject matter expert on mortgage compliance, TRID, FHLMC, FNMA, FHA and VA guidelines.

VIDEO DISCLAIMER: The material presented in this video is for informational purposes only, and should not be considered legal advice. Examples of analysis performed within this video are only examples. They should not be utilized in real-world application as they are based only on very limited and dated open source information. Assumptions made within the analysis are not reflective of the position of CampusMortgage or NAMP®. Please check the date of this video to ensure the content is not outdated as the information presented is time sensitive and subject to change without notice.