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Mississippi amends Mortgage Consumer Protection Law

National Mortgage Professional
Apr 27, 2008

CampusMBA releases comprehensive Loss Mitigation WorkshopMortgagePress.comCampusMBA, loss mitigation, CampusMBA has announced the release of a comprehensive, instructor-led loss mitigation workshop for industry professionals. CampusMBA's creation of the workshop comes at a time when the real estate finance industry is seeing unprecedented interest for loss mitigation training as it responds to current market conditions. The first of the workshops will take place on June 10 in Westlake, Texas. "As the industry continues to help millions of troubled homeowners find solutions to avoid foreclosure, companies are realizing how valuable formal loss mitigation training can be for their increasingly busy servicing staffs," said John Golden, MBA's senior vice president of education. "CampusMBA is responding rapidly to the needs of businesses facing today's market and the loss mitigation workshop is yet another example of how CampusMBA is providing real solutions for our industry and its professionals." Taught by industry experts, the boot camp-style workshop is designed for servicing managers, counselors, and loan servicing professionals who are responsible for performing and monitoring loss mitigation workouts. The workshop provides participants with insights on key loss mitigation issues including common reasons for default, investor and insurer loss mitigation requirements and workout options. Throughout the day, participants engage in five hands-on exercises that include the design of a loss mitigation workout plan. An online final exam is made available following the conclusion of the workshop. For more information, visit
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