HO023 Foreclosure Intervention Services During Disaster Recovery - Interactive Webinar Training
After a disaster, many homeowners find themselves unable to make their mortgage payments and may be at risk of losing their home. Housing counselors are there to guide them through this critical aspect of housing recovery. In this interactive webinar, we’ll review different types of disasters and what officially designates a presidentially declared disaster. We will cover disaster loss mitigation options available to homeowners who have an FHA, VA, USDA and conforming loans. The content also includes the latest information on mortgage moratoriums, credit impacts, waivers of late fees and penalties, avoiding scams, and the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, as well as how federal and state disaster declarations help protect homeowners. This course provides new information and up-to-date resources relating to the current disasters, principally COVID-19 and programs offered under the CARES Act.
This faculty-led webinar training will last 90-minutes and include resource materials, interactive polling, and participant Q & A with the faculty. A quiz will be open at the conclusion of the session which must be passed in order to obtain a certificate and credit toward continuing education hours. Participants can access the training site upon registration and begin looking at the available resources prior to the live online training session. Participants will complete the quiz and print their certificate immediately after the live session.
This course provides 1.5 hours of continuing education.
Course Length: 1/2 Days
Course counts toward a professional certificate (PCP): No