The Wealth Building Home Loan

Learn about an innovative mortgage product with substantial benefits for you and your members

July 25, 2018 | 2:00pm - 3:30 ET

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Homeownership can be a great way to build wealth.  But the 30-year mortgage amortizes too slowly for home buyers to reliably achieve that goal in the face of volatile house prices.  The Wealth Building Home Loan (WBHL) is a 15- or 20-year mortgage that offers a low-risk path to homeownership and wealth accumulation.  It requires no down payment and can be structured as an adjustable-rate loan to maximize the borrower's buying power with minimal risk of payment shock.  Given these features, the WBHL addresses an important gap in the product lineup at most credit unions.  This webinar will introduce the WBHL and discuss the extensive research that lies behind this new product. 

Key Takeaways

  • Discover how the WBHL was created
  • Understand how credit unions can benefit from the WBHL
  • Learn more about increasing risk in today's housing market
  • Review history of house price changes in the U.S.

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$295 Members | $395 Nonmembers
(Additional $50 for CD) 
One registration gives your entire credit union access to the on-demand recording until July 25, 2019.
Already registered? Go to the Online Training Center to view live.

Who Should Attend?

  • Mortgage staff
  • Business Development staff
  • Open to all credit unions, regardless of membership or charter type!

Education Credits

This webinar does not qualify for any education credits recognized by NAFCU or NASBA.

About Our Webinars

Our webinars are streamed live from NAFCU headquarters near Washington, D.C. Your audio/video feed of the presenters includes presentation slides and downloadable handouts. You can easily submit your questions to the presenters at any time during the live broadcast, with no dialing over the phone! The audio and video stream directly through your computer.

About the Presenter

Stephen D. Oliner
Stephen D. Oliner

Stephen D. Oliner is the State Farm James Q. Wilson scholar at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) and a senior adviser in AEI’s Center on Housing Markets and Finance.