In less than one week, reverse mortgage professionals from around the country will gather in New Orleans for the 2010 National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association Annual Meeting and Expo.
The event, which takes place November 3 through 5 at the Roosevelt New Orleans, will feature over 30 exhibitors, 21 informative sessions, and 78 speakers from 46 different companies.
The association announced new speakers including Paul Spindt, Keehn Barry Chair Professor at the Freeman School of Business at Tulane University, who will discuss the economy and Colin Cushman, Financial Economist at HUD, the person responsible for engineering the HECM Saver.
They will be joining Ginnie Mae President Ted Tozer, FHA Commissioner David Stevens, and Deputy Assistant Secretary Vicki Bott to discuss the future of the industry.
Additionally, the National Mortgage Licensing System and Registry (NMLS) approved NRMLA as an official course provider enabling licensed mortgage loan originators to earn continuing education credits for the SAFE Act at future NRMLA events. To learn more about the event, see here.
Written by Kelly Mellott
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