The 2018 Los Angeles edition of the California Mortgage Expo was one of the biggest mortgage conferences of the year. Hundreds of attendees visited the Anaheim Majestic Garden Hotel on May 17 for a full day of professional networking and educational sessions.
The event featured more than 30 exhibitors from companies both locally and nationwide. In addition to the large room filled with exhibitors, there were a series of educational settings throughout the day from leading experts looking to help attendees grow and prosper in their field.
National Mortgage Chair, Donald Frommeyer opened the event and previewed the Originator Connect Network, which all attendees were instantly a part of when they registered for the event; free of charge.
Topics of the educational sessions included, boosting your business with fix-and-flip loans and private lending, technology in the mortgage industry, building your business model, ensuring borrower satisfaction through technology, the consumer direct industry shift and finally the whole tale of wholesale.
Each session was meant to bring prospective and hopefully answer a lot of the questions that mortgage professionals may have in this ever-evolving field.
Attendees who pre-registered for the 8-hour NMLS course were able to complete the course the day after the event. The class was taught by MEC President David Luna, who happens to be one of the industry's leading experts in compliance.
It has been a busy month of May for Originator Connect Network events. This month featured events in Chicago, White Plains and Los Angeles. Next month, the Originator Connect Network takes the show to Portland, Oregon for The Great Northwest Mortgage Expo.
To learn more about next month's event and other events happening throughout the year, visit mortgageconferences.com. Check out some of the photos from the California Mortgage Expo in the slideshow below.