Foundations On-Demand

Learn a full spectrum of mortgage concepts—from the fundamental to the complex—delivered in bite-size sessions that you can complete at your own pace.

How to Use This Series

Learn how to make this series work for your needs.

Library of Interactive Courses


Valuations Essentials

Our foundations Series covers Real Estate Property Valuations Essentials. This training course will review basic concepts around property valuations, the various methods available to determine a property value, and key uses of property valuations.

Title Essentials

Get acquainted with Title and what to expect during the Pre-Closing, Closing, and Post-Closing processes, including key steps involved in obtaining a Title. This course provides home buyers, borrowers, lenders, and professionals in the mortgage industry an overview of key Title essentials, and answers to Title-related questions.

Mortgage Fundamentals

Mortgage Fundamentals is an essential course for those newer to the mortgage industry. Build your core knowledge of the overall mortgage lifecycle, key terminology, loan products, and more!

MI Essentials

In this course you'll learn the basics of mortgage insurance. This will include an overview of how it works and the different types of MI products.


Understand and calculate basic types of borrower income, including second job and multiple job borrowers, contractual employees, base pay, overtime, and more.


Simplify your understanding of the most common liquid assets, industry guidelines, and required documentation. Learn about checking and savings accounts, establishing ownership, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and more.


Increase your knowledge of fraud by understanding what defines it and how it impacts the mortgage industry. Learn about the variety of red flags you will encounter when reviewing loan files and how to identify fraud schemes.

Self-Employed Borrowers

Gain a basic understanding of the Self-Employed Borrower by learning about the various business entities, their required tax forms and how to calculate liquidity for these types of borrowers.