This course is designed to educate underwriters, processors, loan originators, property managers and owner associations on, how and what is required to deliver loans to Fannie Mae.
This training will focus on the use of Fannie Mae’s Full and Limited Review Options providing information specifically relating to eligibility and processing.
Participants will have the opportunity to submit questions via the "live chat" option. Join Mercedes Parker, Senior Compliance Analyst, as she outlines Fannie Mae condo approval requirements for Limited and Full Reviews and where to find the information contained within the written guidelines.
Registrants are encouraged to email the training team prior to the broadcast to have their questions asked during the presentation. firstname.lastname@example.org
Date : Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Time : 1PM to 2:30PM EST
Lecture Type : Live/Interactive Webinar
|Price per Session||$99|
IN THIS SESSION YOU'LL RECEIVE INDUSTRY INSIGHT REGARDING:
Each training session is presented by industry experts that includes:
Tenita Kennedy: Condo and Co-op Lending Instructor, National Condo Advisors
Tenita gained her knowledge and experience working in the Mortgage and Real Estate Industry for more than 20 years. Her experience in the industry includes working as a Loan Officer for many lenders including Sovereign Bank, Advanta National Bank and Wells Fargo.
As a result of the knowledge, experience and relationships that were developed she started her own business as a Mortgage Broker until being recruited for a Project Manager and Quality Control Specialist position with FBSolutions performing FHA Condominium Project Reviews on behalf of HUD.
Tenita earned her Accounting Degree from the University of Pittsburgh and brings her financial background, education, and experience to her thorough reviews of the financial operations of condominium and especially cooperative developments.
Mercedes Parker: Chief Lending Compliance Manager, National Condo Advisors
Mercedes has over 14 years ’ experience as a national collateral analyst performing project reviews for lender and agency compliance. After spending most of her career with Bank of America, she joined National Condo Advisors to expand her opportunities to include nationwide lender training services, special project solutions innovation, and development of new business channels.
Mercedes has completed various mortgage related courses including: Fair Credit Reporting Act(FCRA), Fair Lending, Global Financial Crimes Awareness, Credit and Customer Information Protection, Mortgage Fraud Prevention, and Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act/RESPA Section 8.
Dan Cerulo: Condo, Co-op and Portfolio Lending Instructor, National Condo Advisors
Dan is NCA’s Chief Compliance Officer, and has over six years of experience working with nationwide condominium and cooperative project approval guidelines for FHA, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, VA, and numerous lender-specific products during his time with National Condo Advisors, LLC. Primarily engaged in performing guideline compliance reviews of condominium and cooperative legal documents, he also oversees the Quality Control Division of National Condo Advisors.
He received his Juris Doctorate from Washington University in St. Louis.
Darlene Shannon: National Condo Advisor’s Training Coordinator and Business Development
Darlene is responsible for Business Development and is NCA’s Training Coordinator. She has achieved success and experience throughout a 29 + year career span within several Federal Government Housing Agencies. As an effective communicator, team-builder and mentor with strong managerial, analytical and organizational skills she was successful in managing a diverse staff of underwriters, appraisers, construction analysts’ and support team.
Her federal career began with the Rural Housing Service where she served in a variety of roles including Property Management Specialist and Rural Development Manager with direct endorsement authority for Single Family Loan and Grant Programs throughout the State of New Jersey. In 2004, she joined the Department of Housing and Urban Development (FHA) in the Philadelphia Homeownership Center where she served as Technical Branch Chief until 2015. As Technical Branch Chief one of her main responsibilities was the oversight of all technical aspects of the FHA Condominium Project Approval Process. Additionally, Darlene was responsible for HUD's national condo review contract as well as coordination and development for all training relating to condominium project review and approval in the PHOC.