Once a loan officer has taken a mortgage application from a prospect and gathered the necessary documentation to move the application forward in the process, the next person responsible for the health of the mortgage application is the mortgage underwriter.
Mortgage underwriting training is designed to teach this valuable teammate exactly how to understand and interpret the application and supporting documents. These documents may include a credit report, bank statements, earnings statements, and appraisals, just to name a few.
Without mortgage underwriting training, this application would not be fairly judged, perhaps even ending up with a lending decision that just doesn't make sense.
The Loan Officer Training Center has excellent mortgage underwriting training, including the ones you see here:
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