This course is Department of Real Estate (DRE) accredited for 8 hours of Continuing Education (CE) in Consumer Protection. Course offered through NMLS-approved provider, OnlineEd (NMLS Course ID: 2137)
Course Description Mortgage Loan Originators doing business in the current market are tasked with creating a business based on sound, ethical practices that are in compliance with federal regulations and fair housing laws.
At the same time they must be knowledgeable about the many programs available for their clients.
This course covers:
Fair lending practives
Federal regulation requirements of RESPA, TILA, MDIA, & ECOA
The Fair Housing Act
The CAN-SPAM Act
The E-Sign Act
In addition to providing a comprehensive introduction to the multitude of regulations affecting the mortgage industry, this 8 Hour SAFE CE credited comprehensive course, also offers an overview of specialty programs. These program overviews include FHA's 203 (k) Rehab Loan, Energy Efficient Mortgage and the Good Neighbor Next Door program.
Who should attend: Mortgage Loan Originators who need to complete their 8 hours of annual continuing education courses.
Instructors: Ginger Bell
The course includes a comprehensive 135-page student manual that can serve as a helpful reference all year long.
EdPak S.A.F.E. - 2011 California DRE / NMLS Renewal Package $118.95 + $12.00 NMLS Credit Banking Fee This package fulfills your 45 credit hours for California DRE salesperson or broker license renewal AND has eight (8) credit hours for the NMLS. This course exclusively includes the DRE credited course on the California Residential Purchase Agreement (RPA-CA). NMLS Course ID: 1888
Do you know what course you need? What steps you need to follow?
To help you better understand the steps that you need to follow, C.A.R. Education has posted “How to Renew Your License with the NMLS for 2012” webinar at: www.car.org/education/renewnmls2012. This webinar will walk you through the steps that you need to follow and guide you to resources available to help you complete the requirements prior to filing.
For more information on the NMLS/SAFE Act and how it affects Residential Mortgage Loan Origination, please visit the following pages on the California Department of Real Estate's website: