The LATTC Mortgage Finance program is one of three programs nationwide created for the purpose of developing a pipeline of well-trained and diverse workers for the mortgage finance industry. As part of the Community &, Economic Development Department, the Mortgage Finance Program focuses its education and training on the wealth and asset building of its students (both as consumers and workers) and the inner city communities it serves. In recent years, the program has been expanded to address consumer education needs around financial and credit management, homeownership, and general asset building. The Mortgage Finance program continues to develop a robust and comprehensive offering of education and training that serves consumers, students preparing to enter the mortgage industry and current mortgage professionals.
Our unique program provides students the knowledge and training needed for successful employment, career advancement, and professional development in the residential mortgage and real estate industry. Our courses are organized into three tracks: 1) consumer education, 2) core Mortgage Finance courses, and 3) professional development/continuing education.
Our consumer education classes consist of credit (tuition) and non-credit (free) courses to accommodate the different needs of students. Our courses are scheduled to accommodate the working person, therefore, the majority of our courses are taught in the evening, weekends, online, hybrid online, or as one-day seminars. The Mortgage Finance curriculum is regularly reviewed and refined to ensure the courses are relevant, appropriate and cutting edge â€?providing our students with the necessary skills and knowledge to be successful in the industry and remain at the top of their profession.
Industry leaders participate in the Mortgage Finance Industry Advisory Board and help gu ...