Advanced Foreclosures 3-Part Series 012422-10
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Event Date & Time

1/24/2022 10:00 AM - 1/28/2022 12:00 PM


Times listed are Pacific Time.

Thank you for your interest in this training. Unfortunately we have closed registration because either the deadline has passed or there are capacity limitations. Feel free to contact Tiffany Chan if you have any questions: Please see our trainings list for other available trainings. 

Advanced Foreclosures 3-Part Series


This training does not qualify for CEUs/credits.

Certificates will only be issued to paid or scholarship registrants.

Certificates will be issued at the conclusion of the series after the post test has been received. 

Date & Time:

The Advanced Foreclosures 3-Part Series training will be held on the following dates and times:

January 24 | Part 1 | 10:00AM-12:00PM 

January 26 | Part 2 | 10:00AM-12:00PM 

January 28 | Part 3| 10:00AM-12:00PM 


Join us for an informative three-session workshop during which counselors will review a variety of loss-mitigation procedures consumers will be faced with as they are asked to exit their COVID-19 Mortgage Forbearance plans granted under the CARES Act of 2020.

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This training will be hosted on GoToTraining. 

Scholarship & Fees:

Scholarships are available for the first 75 registrants.

You must work for a HUD approved counseling agency to receive a scholarship. 

The scholarship code is HCOE

If you are employed by a for-profit agency, there is a $50.00 per person fee to attend the webinar series.



Registration is invalid if this fee is not paid at time of registration.

You must register in advance and have a valid email address to register and receive the course link and materials.

The registration link below will register you for all three (3) workshops as part of this series.


For event content questions, contact:

Debie Baranchulk
(916) 447-9832 ext. 1429

For registration questions, contact:

RCAC Events
(916) 447-9832 ext. 1429

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