Ohio Association of REALTORS® admits students of any race, color, or national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at Ohio Association of REALTORS®, and Ohio Association of REALTORS® does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs.
REIC 2341: Property, Risk Assessment, Credit & Underwriting operates as a “hands on” course in a real time learning environment. Participants will work with electronic systems such as Emili and Morty, and the various links to Equifax, Polaris, etc. The software will demonstrate how the use of technology can provide the users with instant feedback on specific loan variables to improve the decision-making process, with an emphasis on the need for data accuracy. The course will also delve further into the topic of non-traditional incomes and business for self, with tools for assessing and understanding the risk. REIC 2341 will address a variety of topics in mortgage lending today, including: the issue of fraud, risking models in property valuation and title insurance.
This three-day course ends with an assignment that is due one month after the course ends.
REIC is an internationally renowned accreditation institute, dedicated to enhancing the standard of real estate practice. A leader in advanced real estate education, we have been educating and certifying professionals in the real estate industry since 1955. Our education programs are recognized by employers and professional membership bodies. REIC offers a range of respected and well-established real estate qualifications and courses in all sectors of real estate: