Events


Upcoming Events
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Past Events
Annual Membership Meeting
A short business meeting where the 2016 Board of Directors were elected. Active MBAH members voted in person or by proxy for the Board of Directors. Attendees also enjoyed an evening of fellowship and holiday cheer!
Not Your Ordinary Income Webinar
This webinar dove deeper into understanding income types that are not your ordinary income. Most of them have a non-taxable portion to them. The session focused on documentation requirements; explained when the income can and can’t be used for qualification and how to calculate it.
Blueprint For Taking A Quality Application Webinar
Looking for a way to close more loans, develop better relationships with your processors and underwriters and reduce the surprise requests of your borrowers? This webinar covered why certain information is required, how an AUS decision is impacted and key questions you can ask to help your borrower feel more open to sharing financial details.
NMLS Continuing Education Class
The Mortgage Bankers Association of Hawaii partnered with NMLS accredited Training Pro to provide this opportunity to fulfill continuing education requirements.
Loan Officer’s Checklist for Success Webinar
What does it take to be a success? This one hour session reviewed the skills and attitudes it takes to be a successful loan officer.
2015 Annual State Conference
This year’s MBAH Annual State Conference, What’s Cooking? featured key speakers who provided valuable information and insight on the latest industry news.
2015 Annual State Conference Golf Tournament
This year’s Mortgage Bankers Association of Hawaii Annual State Conference Golf Tournament was held at Pearl Country Club. Golf enthusiasts enjoyed a day of food, fun and friendly competition.
Analyzing Income for the Self-Employed Borrower
Instructor Richard Lauro showed how to effectively analyze 1040 tax returns and various schedules including B, C, E, 2106 1099s and K1s. He also discussed Partnership, S Corp and Corporate returns.