Introduction to Mortgage Lending

General information

Mortgage lending is a staple product for community banks, institutions that have a proud history of prudent lending, extending the benefit of homeownership to credit-worthy borrowers. Many borrowers are still in the market for mortgages and because of their record as responsible lenders, banks and thrifts have an opportunity to gain more market share in the mortgage lending sector as the American economy improves, and as some players exit the market.

Topics include:

  • Financing residential real estate
  • Construction lending and land development lending
  • Mortgage fraud detection and prevention
  • Appraisals
  • Servicing residential mortgage loans
  • The secondary mortgage market
  • Real estate and mortgage law
  • Investing in residential real estate

Five rule and guideline documents from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) have been added to the eBook, addressing ATR, QM and other recent rules.

Introduction to Mortgage Lending was updated in 2009 by Andrea Lee Negroni, Esq. and Jeremiah S. Buckley, Esq. of Buckley Sandler LLP.

Supports the Introduction to Mortgage Lending facilitated online course.

Textbook Pricing

Text – eBook*
Catalog #3009838
$105 List Price / $75 Members 

Instructor’s Manual
PDF files on a CD
Catalog # 3005651
$70 List Price / $55 Members

To order, please complete and return the ABA Book Order Form to CBA.

*For eBook option, you will receive an email within 24 hours with access instructions. To download and view, you will need to register your copy and download Adobe Digital Editions software.