Alice Alvey, Master CMB
Alice.Alvey@Indecomm.com; (800) 278-0200
Alice began processing loans in 1982, became an originator and then moved to underwriting and found her niche in operations. She was hired by a national wholesale and retail bank in 1989 as part of a small team to begin a TPO origination division and eventually became Senior Vice President of Operations. In this role Alice was responsible for all operations including underwriting, funding, post closing, servicing and quality control. She served as the corporate compliance officer, working directly with HUD, FDIC, FRB, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac on all audits while the bank grew to close 3 billion in residential loans.
In January 1996, Alice partnered with Jan Wetzel of Wetzel Trott to start Mortgage U, Inc. ("MU"). MU has created countless customized training programs for classroom and internet learning from application through loan delivery and all things compliance and FHA. MU is an education partner with Campus MBA delivering their FHA programs including training for FHA on FHA single family and hospital products. In addition to education she has developed several products and services including automated compliance Health Checklists, appraiser credential management and customized procedure manuals for lenders, banks and credit unions across the country seeking to build compliant and efficient operations.
Alice is a Master Certified Mortgage Banker (CMB), designated by the Mortgage Bankers Association of America. Alice currently serves on the state board of the Michigan Mortgage Lenders Association as the education consultant and the advisory board for Habitat For Humanity Michigan Fund. She served on Fannie Mae's Risk Management Advisory Counsel and as an instructor for Fannie Mae's Housing Finance Institute; In 2000 she received the Vic Miller Outstanding Mortgage Banker award from the Michigan Mortgage Lenders Association. In 2009 she received the James T. Barnes award for significant contributions and outstanding dedication throughout the years to the mortgage banking industry.