OU JOB BOARD TO PRESENT WEBCAST, NOVEMBER 16, MORTGAGE AND CREDIT CRISIS II, TO PROVIDE UPDATE ON PRACTICAL ANSWERS
TO PERSISTENT CREDIT ISSUES
The Orthodox Union Job Board will present “Mortgage and Credit Crisis II,” a seminar providing practical answers and solutions to persisting credit issues. It will take place on Monday November 16, 2009 from 5:30 to 6:45 EST at the Orthodox Union’s New York office and will be webcast globally at www.oujobs.org.
Topics to be addressed, according to Michael Rosner, OU Job Board director, include eliminating excessive debt; self-managing; loan consolidations; bankruptcy; and debt settlement on second mortgages. The program will also involve a panel of three top experts in the mortgage banking, lending and legal fields: Lisa J. Alfo, attorney and mortgage planner; Steven Burman, CEO of the Credit Advocate Counseling Corporation; and David Siegel, attorney specializing in bankruptcy and real estate.
The program comes as the sequel to “Mortgage and Credit Crisis: How to Handle It,” a program presented in the wake of last fall’s economic crisis and designed to help people manage their financial struggles. Additionally, the OU Job Board regularly lists local, national, and international job availabilities online at www.oujobs.org; organizes job fairs and teleconference interviews; and offers job search workshops, such as resume writing and networking. The Job Board also has extensive job training programs available live or via webcasts.
The seminar is free of charge, but registration is required even for those who will be viewing online by visiting www.oujobs.org and selecting “Mortgage and Credit Crisis.”
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