The all-in-one training package includes:
1. The Foreclosure Mediation Training Guide ($39.99)
2. The Foreclosure Mediation EReport ($12.99)
3. Foreclosure Teleconference No. 1 ($24.99)
4. Foreclosure Teleconference No. 2 ($24.99)
5. Foreclosure Teleconference No. 3 ($24.99)
6. All handouts for the three teleconferences
Foreclosure Mediation Training Guide
The Foreclosure Mediation Training Guide provides you with everything you need to set up your business. You will learn all the basics, plus get templates of sample forms, sample agreements, sample cover letters as well as marketing letters.
The Foreclosure Mediation EReport
This insider information that will aide you in establishing a foreclosure mediation business of your own.
Foreclosure Teleconference No. 1
This is the first in a series of foreclosure mediation training seminars. In this seminar you will learn all the basics to foreclosure mediation including: What is foreclosure mediation? What are some of the reasons lenders are happy to work out plans to keep borrowers in their home? Why should a borrower never do their own negotiation? What information should you gather from the borrower before contacting the lender? What are the two different types of appraisals? Since most negotiations will be conducted by telephone, what skills need to be developed that will take the place of body language (in person) negotiation? What does it mean to be fair to both sides and how do you build skills to help you do this? A question and answer session follows the seminar to help address points not covered in the material.
Foreclosure Teleconference No. 2
This second foreclosure mediation teleconference focuses on the legal process and the legal documents in a formal foreclosure process. This information is important to know so that you will understand the foreclosure process and be able to help your clients. Some of the topics covered are: What are the two different types of foreclosure processes? What is the difference between a Mortgage and a Deed of Trust? What are the 11 Steps in a Judicial Foreclosure? What happens after the Sheriff sale? You also receive: Additional Web References; Contact information for Michael Misenheimer, a foreclosure specialist; Sample Breach Letter for Foreclosure; Sample Complaint for Foreclosure; Sample Praecipe; Sample Motion to Confirm Sale; Sample Notice of Lis Pendens SPECIAL GUEST: Michael Misenheimer provides you with information on the non-judicial foreclosure process. Michael is a Foreclosure Specialist for the law firm of Sicay-Perrow, Knighten and Bohen PC and answers questions regarding the legal process pertaining to foreclosures.
Foreclosure Teleconference No. 3
This teleconference training seminar continues with the legalities of foreclosure mediation which is extremely important for your business. Our special guest is attorney Leanne Levitt, a practicing foreclosure mediation attorney in Maitland, Florida. Leanne has been active in the foreclosure industry for 22 years and she is a frequent guest speaker at other teleconferences across the United States. Not only does attorney Levitt cover foreclosure procedures in a judicial state, she expands on ways to help you build your foreclosure mediation business. Attorney Levitt believes that the court system is too weighed down with foreclosures and believes that mediators are in high demand. She is currently active in putting together a group of trained foreclosure mediators to help her. Attorney Levitt is someone you need to know and network with and this teleconference is the best place to learn how to do that.
Audio is in MP3 Format. Will play on most car CD players and all computer CD-Rom drives.