Certified Forensic Loan Auditors Mortgage Securitization Auditor Training

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Certified Forensic Loan Auditors,  LLC. has created a comprehensive training certification  program entitled:  Mortgage Securitization Auditor “MSA”- A 24-hour in-person intensive seminar  held across the country.
“This is a professional  development ‘how-to’ training, and does  not imply any State or Federal  Government affiliation”

Certified Forensic Loan Auditors,  LLC., located at 13101 W. Washington Blvd. — Los Angeles, CA 90066, has  pioneered years of research & development to produce an intensive  certification program entitled: Mortgage Securitization Auditor “MSA”. CFLA  recognizes    the supreme importance of the pursuit of truth, devotion to  excellence, and the nurture of the democratic    principles. CFLA brings  accountability, trust, intelligence and integrity to all parties involved in the    mortgage loan audit process. These parties include, but are not limited to:  processors, underwriters,    closers, borrowers, sellers, loan auditors,  attorneys, real estate agents, brokers and appraisers. The Mortgage  Securitization Auditor accepts the responsibility to adhere to the highest  ethical standards.

Click here to view  the complete CFLA Code of Ethics pages

CFLA’s Training  provides the peace of mind that your  credentials are accurately highlighted and  recognized.

Securitization Training Outline

  • First, a revision of all pre-class reading material list, including handouts  for each session, brochures, training survey forms, and  securitized analysis  report templates that will be worked on in each session.
  • Docedge.com will be purchased by CFLA for usage in the class.
  • Disclaimer for California Civil Code 2924.1, (CA State Assembly Bill No.  2325), including preparation of waiver form disclaimer for each student.
  • CFLA will provide an electronic securitized analysis report template for  each student.
  • Overhead projector and PowerPoint type presentation slide show sequence.   Including the live video of the Massachusetts Supreme Court hearing.
  • Important to “define” the purpose of the investigation of the mortgage  background to determine whether securitization has been followed by the terms of  the PSA/prospectus.
  • Divide sessions into SIX (6) segments for the first two days which model the  six sections of the SAR.
  • At the end of the second day, the student will take home a securitized  analysis report assignment to prepare using a CFLA template.
  • On the third day instructors will provide video education to all students  while separately meeting with each student to review the securitized analysis  report prepared by the student and answer individual questions.
  • On the last half of the third day the student will prepare a securitized  analysis report in class as a practical examination to be certified by  CFLA.

Benefits of the Course

  1. Receive a Certificate of Completion recognizing that you sufficiently meet  the CFLA requirements necessary to be accredited as a “Mortgage Securitization  Auditor”
  2. Maintain       Students Records in a Nationwide searchable database to  verify and       validate certification for prospective employers
  3. Learn from Industry’s Leading Experts
  4. Obtain flowcharts, work product, and other proprietary trade secrets that  have made millions for certified forensic loan auditors, its sponsors, and  affiliates.

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