2016 Loan Originator Continuing Ed Courses

Hi Everyone!
Loan Originator CE course schedule can be found here.

6088This classroom course meets the requirements set forth in the SAFE Mortgage Licensing Act for loan originator license renewal.
The 8 Hour Course is good for LO CE in all 50 states

This course ALSO includes the required 1 Hour of Washington State CE

Note: If you took the CE course from me last year, this is a completely new course. There is no rule against using the same course provider every year. Instead, LOs may not take the same course year after year.

The 2016 courses are all new with new course numbers!

Course Outline:
3 Hours Federal Law
2 Hours Ethics, Consumer Protection, Fraud, Fair Housing
2 Hours Non-Traditional Lending
1 Hour Undefined: SARS/AML
also included at no extra cost:
1 Hour WA State Law
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For 2016 we will cover the following and more:
The minimum requirements for appraisal management companies
New HMDA rules under Dodd Frank
We will deconstruct a deceptive radio ad
Learn about the diversity standards in the Dodd Frank Act
Review a loan originator compensation case study
Learn the elements of a RESPA-compliant marketing services agreement
Discuss the re-emergence of non-traditional loans
Know the red flags that trigger a SARS/AML report
Compare how other industries approach self-regulation of ethical conduct
Review four Fair Housing cases; and,
Understand how conflicts of interest can spiral into in a mortgage fraud conviction.
Some End of Course Evaluations from past classes:

“This fast-paced course was very enjoyable.”
“Jillayne does a fantastic job keeping everyone engaged and moves quickly through the material.”
“Case studies were relevant and interesting.”
“Jillayne provoked thought and reflection throughout the class.”
“Love hearing about the mortgage fraud cases”
“Great energy from the instructor means the time goes by fast–way better than other instructors.”
“This is my second CE taken w/you and I am SO GLAD I came back. Very good info.”
“Your stories help me learn and grow v. just reading something online.”
“You engage everyone in the class. I was never bored.”
“The examples you gave helped me easily figure out how to apply the laws.”

 

Visit the Events page for our 2016 schedule.