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Mortgage Data Processor

Training is free for Rhode Islanders impacted by COVID-19. Funding will be provided through Back to Work RI and the Department of Labor and Training.

The Mortgage Data Processor training is for people who want to begin careers within the mortgage banking industry. Participants can also expect to learn associated disciplines essential to a complete understanding of mortgage lending. Course topics include loss mitigation, predatory lending, capital markets, real estate law and regulation, and real estate mathematics. At the conclusion of the course, students will have a solid foundation of understanding the role and importance of the loan production, underwriting, secondary marketing, warehousing, and servicing functions in the industry.

Mortgage Data Processor trainings run for approximately 14 weeks and employment assistance is included with the program.

GED or high school diploma is required. Must be a Rhode Island resident.

TENTATIVE Training Dates:

Cohort 4: March 16 - June 15, Tuesdays 5:30 pm-8:30 pm

Location: Online*

GED or high school diploma is required.

To obtain more information, please Program Inquiry Form.

This program was created in partnership with Rhode Island Mortgage Bankers Association (RIMBA).

*All participants will need to have access to a computer, webcam, and internet – equipment will not be provided.

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No charge! This program is free for all that qualify and are accepted.

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Time Commitment

 

60 Hours

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