Training Opportunity for Attorneys Interested in Learning about the Loan Modification Tools Used in the Foreclosure Diversion Program
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Training Opportunity for Attorneys Interested in Learning about the Loan Modification Tools Used in the Foreclosure Diversion Program

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November 18, 2009 – (RealEstateRama) — The Foreclosure Diversion Program is opening up a limited number of spaces in its loan modification tools training for Foreclosure Diversion Program mediators, attorneys affiliated with Maine Attorneys Saving Homes, and Maine State Housing Authority staff, to interested attorneys. The December 2, 2009, training to be held at the Augusta Civic Center will be focused on various loan modification programs and the FDIC’s mod-in-a-box tool that will be used in the program. The training will start at 9 A.M. and end at 4 P.M. The Foreclosure Diversion Program will seek CLE credit approval for this training. The training will cost $50, which must be received before December 2, 2009. The fee is non-refundable.

The first 20 members of the bar to respond to the Foreclosure Diversion Program Manager by email at FDMP (at) maine (dot) gov and pay the registration fee before training will be guaranteed attendance. All others will be waitlisted in the order in which their emails were received. The fee is not refundable, even if an individual is unable to attend the training.

Depending upon the volume of interest in this opportunity, law firms with multiple attorneys interested in the training may be encouraged to send only one attorney to the training as a representative

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