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CampusMBA Offers Course in Loss Mitigation

All the turmoil in today's mortgage banking sector has made the need for qualified loss mitigation professionals much more poignant. The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) says its education platform, ""CampusMBA"":http://www.campusmba.org, is prepared to meet this need through the launch of a new instructor-led workshop focusing on the practice of loss mitigation.
The class is designed to aid servicing managers, counselors and loan servicing professionals who are now in the process of helping distressed borrowers save their homes from foreclosure.
""As the industry continues to help millions of troubled homeowners find solutions to avoid foreclosure, companies are realizing how valuable formal loss mitigation training can be for their increasingly busy servicing staffs,"" said John Golden, vice president of education for the MBA. ""CampusMBA is responding rapidly to the needs of businesses facing today's market and the loss mitigation workshop is yet another example of how CampusMBA is providing real solutions for our industry and its professionals.""
The first workshop is slated for June 10, 2008, in Westlake, Texas, which is located in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. For more information, you can log onto ""www.campusmba.org"":http://www.campusmba.org.

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