School of Mortgage Banking I: Seattle, WA (August 18-21, 2020) – Postponed Date TBD

MBA Education and the Washington MBA are pleased to bring best in class training to Seattle, WA. Begin advancing your career by enrolling in the School of Mortgage Banking I today!


MBA Education’s signature School of Mortgage Banking (SOMB) is the real estate finance industry’s standard in comprehensive residential mortgage training. The series, which consists of three, four-day classroom courses, provides the essential knowledge and skills necessary to be competitive in an industry undergoing constant change.

School of Mortgage Banking I: An Introduction to the Real Estate Finance Industry provides a foundation in residential loan production, underwriting, secondary marketing, warehousing and servicing.

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Upon completion of the course, students will:

  • Gain perspective on the overall challenges facing mortgage origination businesses.
  • Distinguish between the roles of mortgage originators, processors and underwriters.
  • Acquire knowledge of how to disclose laws and regulations that protect consumers.
  • Learn how to take quality mortgage applications, evaluate credit and package mortgage loans.



Attendees of SOMB I earn 15 points toward MBA Education’s Certified Mortgage Banker (CMB) Designation, or the Accredited Mortgage Professional Designation (AMP).

SOMB I is geared towards anyone interested in gaining foundational knowledge of the mortgage finance industry.  Residential mortgage executives, originators, underwriters, servicers, and those serving the industry are encouraged to attend.



Postponed: Date TBD

Two Union Square

601 Union Street

51st floor training, Suite 5121/22
Seattle, WA, 98101



Through an arrangement with MBA Education and the Washington MBA, State MBA members who are not members of the MBA can receive special pricing
National MBA Member:  $1,600 (early) – $1,800

Regular Non-Member:  $2,400 (early) – $2,700

Contact Kathy Ryan at

or 703-282-4139


REGISTRATION: Event Postponed, date TBD

Contact Kathy Ryan at

Local contact:

Andy McDonough, Education Chair, Washington MBA or 206-818-5191