Let Capstone help you attain new levels of expertise with our FHA Underwriting Webinars. These video recordings of our live underwriting webinars provide our students with the exact information and details they would receive if they were in the classroom with their instructor. Capstone’s detailed underwriting courses are tailored to the needs of the students, which includes taking the time to answer questions or rehash confusing concepts. Since the lessons are recorded, class sizes are unlimited and students have full access to their FHA underwriting classes and full support from their instructor at all times. All recordings and training manuals are also kept up-to-date and reflect the latest changes to the FHA manual underwriting guidelines.
Take the next step in your career as an underwriter or expand your skill set to become more competitive using the nationally-renowned knowledge, instruction, and expertise provided by Capstone Institute. Here are just some of the key advantages and benefits you will receive after signing up for FHA underwriting webinars with Capstone Institute as opposed to other mortgage education institutions:
Get the Clarity You Need
Even mortgage industry experts understand that the FHA mortgage underwriting process poses a unique challenge compared to other forms of mortgage underwriting. FHA requirements are intended to be lax, but they still have hard minimums and maximums for applicants to satisfy. Even then, some exemptions can be made, making some FHA mortgage loans intensely difficult to make a final decision on, especially with the limited documentation that some applicants provide.
Luckily, there are handbooks, best practices, and FHA manual underwriting guidelines that can help you navigate these incredibly tough decisions. But, even with these, only expert training can help you decipher the right call to make. At the Capstone Institute, our FHA underwriting courses ensure that you have the confidence to make these calls by providing you with the most recent version of the FHA handbook with every class along with supplemental materials written personally by your course instructor, Kathy Lewis.
Capstone Institute: A Name Others Respect
As one of the very first mortgage education centers, the Capstone Institute and our trained instructors have helped set the standard for mortgage education, training, and preparation when it comes to industry-related exams. Instructor Kathy Lewis has been recruited several times by the HUD’s own sponsored homeownership centers, and the Capstone Institute is recognized and respected by others in the mortgage lending industry.
The Dept. of HUD, all four of their homeownership centers nationwide, Bank of America, Chase Bank, SunTrust, Regions, Wells Fargo, BB&T, Citibank, Synovus, and more prestigious institutions all honor Capstone Institute certifications as a trustworthy endorsement of our students’ knowledge in the mortgage lending industry.
The Capstone Institute Guarantee
We want to ensure that every student will be satisfied with the level of instruction that they receive in their FHA underwriting courses. One of the ways we do this is by offering a refund for students who feel like they have not received the quality services that were promised.
FHA underwriting students that feel like the instruction or materials did not meet their expected standards can log off after the first three hours of instruction, notify Kathy Lewis or the Capstone Institute, return their material hard copies, and receive an instant refund credit on their credit card. We offer this guarantee both as a vote of personal confidence in our quality and as a means to ensure that every student who pays for our FHA underwriting courses will be satisfied.
Schedule Your Next FHA Underwriting Webinar
Learn more about our latest upcoming FHA underwriting webinar and schedule your next session. You can also learn more about the mortgage lending industry with the Capstone Institute and walk away with the knowledge, understanding, and confidence to succeed in the industry regardless of how difficult or complex the underwriting process becomes.