Avionce Institute of Mortgage Training




Established in 2003, Avionce Institute of Mortgage Training initiated its mortgage school in Atlanta, Georgia, with the primary goal of providing comprehensive training for various roles within the mortgage industry. The institution aims to enhance the skill sets of students seeking career advancement while also offering fundamental courses for individuals entering the mortgage field for the first time. Avionce is committed to addressing the specific needs of mortgage bankers, brokers, and community banks by tailoring courses that cover a range of topics from sales to operations.


Avionce has collaborated with prominent companies such as Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Citizens Bank, Freedom Mortgage, Fannie Mae, and various nationwide lenders/brokers. The institute specializes in providing on-site training directly at the client's office. Over time, advancements in technology have led to alternatives to traditional classroom training, offering cost savings, flexibility, and a safe and healthy learning environment.

The founders of Avionce, Robert and Doris Crosby, bring valuable experience to the institute. Doris, in particular, played a key role in working with Fannie Mae as an  Faculty member Housing Finance Institute from 2003 to 2007. Avionce is proud to be at the forefront of adapting to changing times, now offering virtual courses that can be conveniently accessed from the comfort of one's home or office.

Avionce prides itself on having an experienced and successful team of administrative staff and trainers. Each member boasts over 25 years of expertise in the specific subject matter they teach. By learning from these industry experts, students can unlock their full potential in a rewarding career. The institute encourages individuals to soar with the professionals and seize opportunities for growth and success in the mortgage industry.


The founders of Avionce, Robert and Doris Crosby, bring valuable experience to the institute. Doris, in particular, played a key role in working with Fannie Mae to establish their Housing Fin Institute from 2003 to 2007. Avionce is proud to be at the forefront of adapting to changing times, now offering virtual courses that can be conveniently accessed from the comfort of one's home or office.




If you're seeking purpose in your work and the potential to earn as much, if not more, than some college graduates, the mortgage industry might be the perfect fit for you. The field offers challenging and fulfilling careers where you'll collaborate closely with various professionals, including title companies, attorneys, appraisers, and agencies such as:



Rural Housing Authority

Federal Housing Adiminstration

Veteran's Administration

Your role in the mortgage industry will involve critical responsibilities integral to the homeownership process, empowering your customers to realize their dreams of owning a home. Avionce stands ready to guide and train you for a successful career in this dynamic and impactful industry.



Mortgage Loan Originator

 A Mortgage Loan Originator plays a pivotal role in the lending process. Their responsibilities encompass the entire spectrum of facilitating loans, starting with the intake of loan applications. Key duties include assessing the borrower's qualifications, meticulously evaluating aspects such as income, credit history, and available assets. This thorough examination ensures a comprehensive understanding of the borrower's financial profile.


The Loan Originator further relies on the automated underwriting system to validate data and receive recommendation  regarding the approval or pre-qualification of the loan. Drawing upon this wealth of information, the Mortgage Loan Originator is equipped to guide borrowers through the intricacies of the lending landscape, ensuring that the recommended loan aligns with the borrower's specific needs and financial situation. In essence, the Mortgage Loan Originator serves as a knowledgeable guide, navigating clients through the loan origination process with expertise and precision.


All Mortgage Loan Orginator must be license 20 hours of education required NMLS #1405085 


Loan Processors

A Mortgage Processor, alternatively known as a Loan Processor, assumes a crucial role in the mortgage application process. Acting as a vital intermediary, their primary responsibility is to meticulously prepare all documentation associated with the mortgage application for submission to the mortgage underwriter.

Sitting between the Loan Officer and the Underwriter, the Mortgage Processor functions as a bridge in the lending process. While the Loan Officer collaborates directly with the prospective borrower to select an appropriate loan product, the Mortgage Processor steps in to compile and organize the necessary paperwork. This carefully curated package is then presented to the Underwriter, whose role involves making the final decision on the borrower's eligibility for the mortgage.

In essence, the Mortgage Processor plays a pivotal role in facilitating effective communication between the borrower, the loan officer, and the underwriter, ensuring that the mortgage application process proceeds smoothly and efficiently.


Loan Origination Processing System

A Loan Origination Processing System serves as a comprehensive platform designed to streamline and automate various stages of the loan servicing cycle. This includes essential processes such as loan application management, document verification, and credit approval, all integrated with automated underwriting capabilities.

Mortgage Software Systems play a pivotal role in shaping and enhancing careers within the mortgage industry. The term "Loan Operating System" (LOS) encompasses loan origination software and electronic document management, often in conjunction with affiliated vendors. Additionally, LOS incorporates functionalities related to underwriting and secondary marketing, leveraging Automated Underwriting Systems (AUS).

Understanding and effectively utilizing these systems are imperative for professionals in roles such as Loan Officer, Loan Processor, Underwriter, and others within the mortgage industry. Mastery of the basics of how the mortgage industry employs these systems is crucial for navigating a loan application seamlessly, from the initial interview through to the closing process.

For individuals pursuing careers in the mortgage sector, practical experience with the latest Loan Operating Systems is vital. Hands-on training, involving the use of these systems loaded on your computer, ensures that you are well-equipped with the technical proficiency required for success in your role.



Empower your corporate team with specialized mortgage training from Avionce. Our training programs are flexible and tailored to meet the unique needs of your staff. Whether you're interested in Mortgage Loan Origination, Loan Processing, Underwriting, Closing, Servicing, or Quality Control, Avionce has comprehensive classes available.

Two Options for Corporate Partners:

Catalog Curriculum: Leverage our existing curriculum designed to cover a wide range of topics in the mortgage industry.

Customized Curriculum: Avionce's Technical Writers can create specific curriculum tailored to your organization's staffing requirements, ensuring targeted and effective training.

New Offering: 20-Hour National MLO Pre-License Course

Explore crucial topics in our National MLO Pre-License Course, available through live sessions and webinars:

Federal Regulations
Traditional and Non-traditional Mortgages
Ethical Practices
Uniform State Content
Origination Activities

Avionce, with NMLS #1405085, is committed to providing top-notch training to elevate your team's expertise. Contact us today to schedule training sessions and take a significant step toward enhancing the skills of your staff in the ever-evolving mortgage industry.











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