RMD Headed to Atlanta for NRMLA Event

Reverse Mortgage Daily is headed to Atlanta for the National Reverse Mortgage Lender Association’s Road show on February 24-26 at the Grand Hyatt in Buckhead. 

The conference is the first of three “It Takes an Industry” road shows NRMLA is putting on to provide reverse mortgage originators an opportunity to learn about upcoming changes and ways to improve their business.

The Atlanta show highlights include:

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  • Guest speakers from the FHA’s Home Ownership Center (HOC)
  • A look at how HUD views our business dealings from the inside
  • The expanding role of Ginnie Mae in our market
  • A five session track on new developments in marketing
  • 9 hours of CRMP credits

To learn more about the event check out the link below. 

NRMLA Atlanta Road show

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  • NRMLA seems to be great at putting on “events” that cost attendees a lot of money but not so great at publicly defending HECM against the uninformed or deaf media who continue to spew bad HECM crap. NRMLA also seems to have dropped the ball on curbing some of the changes (lower principal limit, increased annual MIP) that appears to be done to deliberately kill the program. Step up NRMLA and do what your members pay you to do.

    • I agree completely. Even if they are working very hard on these issues, I don't see it. I'd love to see NRMLA fight back on some of these proposed changes, not lay down on them.

    • pass2you,

      I have attended a number of NRMLA events. Their conventions are reasonably priced and generally I get value for the dollars spent. To avoid a lot of costs, I stayed at a cheaper hotel with a kitchen my first convention. I had to walk a few blocks to the meeting or take a cab but it was worth it.

      Personally I wish NRMLA was ten times bigger with a well financed PAC and twenty times its revenue with less costs. NRMLA does well based on its limited budget.

  • Sometimes the best strategy is a retreat especially from an Administration which attacks its own Department forcing it to use a home appreciation rate that has little rational and harms seniors and then somehow in someway declaring they are protecting taxpayers (I guess). NRMLA management which strongly supports the Democrats and this President seems as lost by the actions of this Administration and as left out and baffled on what to do as Republicans. I think we all know how they feel.

  • Sometimes the best strategy is a retreat especially from an Administration which attacks its own Department forcing it to use a home appreciation rate that has little rational and harms seniors and then somehow in someway declaring they are protecting taxpayers (I guess). NRMLA management which strongly supports the Democrats and this President seems as lost by the actions of this Administration and as left out and baffled on what to do as Republicans. I think we all know how they feel.

  • pass2you,rnrnI have attended a number of NRMLA events. Their conventions are reasonably priced and generally I get value for the dollars spent. To avoid a lot of costs, I stayed at a cheaper hotel with a kitchen my first convention. I had to walk a few blocks to the meeting or take a cab but it was worth it.rnrnPersonally I wish NRMLA was ten times bigger with a well financed PAC and twenty times its revenue with less costs. NRMLA does well based on its limited budget.

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