FNMA: Selling Guide Updates for January 2018 - Part 1

FNMA: Selling Guide Updates for January 2018 - Part 1

This free mortgage training video discusses Federal Tax Installment Plans changes and requirements, updates on detached condo projects and more. Ideal for mortgage loan processors, loan officers & underwriters.



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 Please check the date of this video to ensure the content is not outdated as the information presented is time sensitive and subject to change without notice.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: Selling Guide Updates for January 2018 - Part 2

FNMA: Selling Guide Updates for January 2018 - Part 2

This free mortgage training video discusses updates on minor litigation in projects, changes on field reviews for $1 million+ homes and more. Ideal for mortgage loan processors, loan officers & underwriters.



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: Selling Guide Updates for January 2018 - Part 3

FNMA: Selling Guide Updates for January 2018 - Part 3

This free mortgage training video discusses changes and goal on second appraisals, revised form 360 and more. Ideal for mortgage loan processors, loan officers & underwriters.



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.

VA: Tips for Reviewing Income of Recently Discharged Veterans - Part 1

VA: Tips for Reviewing Income of Recently Discharged Veterans - Part 1

This free mortgage training video discusses veterans income review, continuity of employment, income analysis and examples, retirement income and more. Ideal for mortgage loan processors & underwriters.



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.

VA: Tips for Reviewing Income of Recently Discharged Veterans - Part 2

VA: Tips for Reviewing Income of Recently Discharged Veterans - Part 2

This free mortgage training video discusses non-military employment, employment verification services, employment verification documentation and more. Ideal for mortgage loan processors & underwriters.



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.

VA: Tips for Reviewing Income of Recently Discharged Veterans - Part 3

VA: Tips for Reviewing Income of Recently Discharged Veterans - Part 3

This free mortgage training video discusses veteran's seasonal work, standard documentation needed, alternative documentation, income considerations and more. Ideal for mortgage loan processors & underwriters.



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: Prohibited Refinancing Practices

FNMA: Prohibited Refinancing Practices

This free mortgage training video discusses important Fannie Mae reminder on prohibited refinancing practices, lender solicitation, prearranged refinancing agreements and agreements to advance borrower payments and more.  Ideal for mortgage loan processors & loan officers.



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: Verbal VOE Requirements - Part 1

FNMA: Verbal VOE Requirements - Part 1

This free mortgage training video discusses goal of obtaining verbal verification of employment, requirements on employment income and self-employed income and more. Ideal for mortgage loan processors & loan officers.



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: Verbal VOE Requirements - Part 2

FNMA: Verbal VOE Requirements - Part 2

This free mortgage training video discusses verbal verification of employment on hourly, salary, and commission, important things to remember on processing, VOE process on self-employed, military and more. Ideal for mortgage loan processors & loan officers.



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.

FHA: Requirements for the Borrower's Minimum Required Investment - Part 1

FHA: Requirements for the Borrower's Minimum Required Investment - Part 1

This free mortgage training video discusses the borrowers minimum required investment, sources where borrower's fund cannot be obtained from, minimum investment exception to the 3.5 % of the adjusted value of the property and more.  Ideal for underwriters, mortgage loan processors & loan officers.



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.

FHA: Requirements for the Borrower's Minimum Required Investment - Part 2

FHA: Requirements for the Borrower's Minimum Required Investment - Part 2

This free mortgage training video discusses required documentation for funds coming from gifts, where those gifts can come from, the documents should it includes, requirements if the gift is coming from funds from government entity and more. Ideal for underwriters, mortgage loan processors & loan officers.



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.

FHLMC: Super Conforming Mortgage Requirements

FHLMC: Super Conforming Mortgage Requirements

This free mortgage training video discusses definition of Super Conforming Mortgage, 2018 Super Conforming Mortgage Loan Limits, in depth discussion of the requirements, and more. Ideal for mortgage loan officers & underwriters.



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.

VA: Tips for Analyzing Credit - Part 1

VA: Tips for Analyzing Credit - Part 1

This free mortgage training video discusses generalities of analyzing credit like applicants willingness to repay and its basis, overall payment patterns versus unsatisfactory repayment, rent and mortgage history, what to do if there's no credit history 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.

VA: Tips for Analyzing Credit - Part 2

VA: Tips for Analyzing Credit - Part 2

This free mortgage training video discusses additional requirements if account is under spouses name, consideration of spouse's history 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.

VA: Tips for Analyzing Credit - Part 3

VA: Tips for Analyzing Credit - Part 3

This free mortgage training video discusses analyzing adverse data and in depth explanation of it's three key points, reestablished credit. collections and disputed accounts.



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.

The Redesigned 1003 - Part 1

The Redesigned 1003 - Part 1

This free mortgage training video discusses the changes on 1003 Form, when it will be available, and more. Ideal for mortgage loan processors wishing to learn more details about mortgage loan processing.



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.

The Redesigned 1003 - Part 2

The Redesigned 1003 - Part 2

This free mortgage training video discusses in greater detail the static version of the redesigned 1003 Form, including sections covering borrower information, current employment information, financial information and much more. Ideal for mortgage loan processors wishing to learn more details about mortgage loan processing.



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.

The Redesigned 1003 - Part 3

The Redesigned 1003 - Part 3

This free mortgage training video discusses in depth detail of the dynamic or fillable version of the redesigned 1003 Form, individual sections that needs to be filled out, dropped down selections and examples and much 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 1

USDA: Borrower Eligibility Requirements - Part 1

This free mortgage training video entitled 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

USDA: Borrower Eligibility Requirements - Part 2

This free mortgage training video discusses the characteristics of the other two USDA eligibility requirements which are 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.