Frequently Asked Questions
How long have you been providing Mortgage Training?
I have been providing mortgage underwriting training since 2007.
Do I need a license to be a mortgage underwriter?
No, you do not need a license to become a mortgage underwriter.
Will I require additional training after completing the course?
On-the-job training will likely be necessary, too. For example, if you want to work as a mortgage underwriter, the company that hires you will likely provide the necessary training using their guidelines.
What are the Common Skills Needed to Become a Mortgage Underwriter?
When you want to become a mortgage underwriter, you want to have the right skillset. Some skills can be learned, while others you will likely already have. Some of the common skills include:
Analytical Skills – Your job will include analyzing financial data, which means you need good analytical skills.
Mathematical Skills – Good math skills are necessary for those working with financial data.
Attention to Detail – A mortgage application can be 100 pages or more. You will need to review this and pay attention to the accuracy of every detail.
Organizational Skills – You might need to work on many applications on the same day. This requires good organizational skills.
Communication Skills – You will also need to work with loan officers and others when approving and rejecting applications. This means you have to be able to explain why in good detail
Is Becoming a Mortgage Underwriter Right For You?
You can become a mortgage underwriter and earn a nice salary. This financial career offers plenty of advancement opportunities, and you can start without a college degree. But, of course, with a degree, you can open up doors.
How much can I earn as a mortgage underwriter?
Underwriters can earn a base salary of $100k per year (Potential bonus of $3k-5K per month depending on the company’s bonus structure)
When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and it is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
What about refunds?
If you're unhappy with the course, please email me personally and I will help resolve the issue. I will not refund any students who have completed more than 20% of the course. Thank you!