FHA Underwriting, Processing, and Origination Online Self-Study


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Diehl and Associates has been an industry leader in FHA training since 1983.



FHA DE Underwriting and Processing Online Self-Study

All New Format. Same Experienced Instructor.

Diehl's FHA Direct Endorsement Underwriting and Processing class is a comprehensive course designed and presented in a no-nonsense format and covers all the New FHA Handbook Changes.  Our trainer identified 37 key changes that could impact the underwriting that loan type. We will guide you through over 500 pages of material in the  handbook including basic rules, regulations, and changes issued by HUD along with all the topics listed below. This course is divided into three 4-hour interactive webinars. Attendees will be able to download the presentation for notetaking along with calculation worksheets for a variety of scenarios. Course covers:

Learn about:
  • Advantages of FHA
  • Identity of interest
  • Assets
  • Credit and Income
  • TOTAL Scorecard
  • Eligibility
  • Manual Underwriting
  • Foreclosure and Bankruptcy
  • ARMs
  • Compensating Factors
  • Inducements and Concessions
Unique products and housing:
  • Appraisals
  • Repairs
  • Secondary financing
  • Property flipping
  • Manufactured homes
  • Condominiums
  • New Construction
  • Energy-related mortgages
  • Good Neighbor Next Door
Calculation Worksheets:
  • Income calculations
  • Maximum loan amounts/LTV
  • MIP calculations
  • Debt to income
  • Refinances
  • Cash to Close
  • Execute manually the 92900LT based on a comprehensive scenario

Who should attend:

  • Any mortgage professional that wants to learn the new changes in the Handbook
  • Processors who want to become DE Underwriters
  • Underwriters who want to earn their DE designation
  • Underwriters who have been away from FHA lending for a while and want to get back to speed
  • MLOs who want more adequately to present, sell and close FHA products

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