PCCDR Mediator In-Service: Housing Advocates Perspective in Foreclosure Mediations

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PCCDR Mediator In-Service: Housing Advocates Perspective in Foreclosure Mediations

Time: September 20, 2012 from 5pm to 6:30pm
Location: Pierce County Center for Dispute Resolution
Street: 738 Broadway, Ste 400
City/Town: Tacoma, WA 98402
Website or Map: http://www.pccdr.org
Phone: 253-572-3657
Event Type: training
Organized By: Jennifer Norlund Unger
Latest Activity: Sep 13, 2012

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As part of our commitment of continual learning and best practices for our foreclosure mediators,  PCCDR is extending our invitation to Pierce County Foreclosure Mediators and Housing Advocates to attend our in-service on Sept. 20th from 5pm – 6:30pm. 

There is a $50 CLE charge for non-DRC attorneys.


 This is the first of our fall series on mediation perspectives. 

 This In-Service will have presenters from NWJustice Project, SouthSound Outreach, and Parkview Services to present on the housing advocacy perspective of mediation. 


Questions that we have posed to this panel are:

  1. What is your understanding of the mediation process?   Have you had any negative experiences that make you dislike or distrust mediation?   What were they?
  2. What can we (mediators) do to help you and your clients have better mediations?
  3. What do you like about the mediation process?  
  4.  What are we (mediators) not understanding about you, your clients, the FFA in general?   What do we need to know?
  5. What does a lack of good faith finding mean to you and your clients?    How does that affect the intention of the FFA: “to provide alternatives, remedies, and assistance” to homeowners.
  6. What are we (mediators) not understanding about the NPV calculation?   How would you like us to mediate when the two parties have substantive input differences?


Upcoming dates:

October 18th 5-6:30pm:  The Lender’s Perspective

November date TBA:   Policy and Stakeholder Perspectives for Year 2 and beyond.



Please RSVP by Sept. 19th to AmandaS@pccdr.org


If you have any questions, please let me know.




Jen Norlund


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