Pre-licensing Education Webinar

4 Hour NC SAFE Review of North Carolina Mortgage Law (Webinar)

4 Hour NC SAFE Review of North Carolina Mortgage Law provides a review of the Anti- Predatory Lending Law, the Residential Mortgage Fraud Act, the Reverse Mortgage Act, the Identity Theft Protection Act, the Mortgage Licensing Act, and other laws that impact mortgage lending in North Carolina. The course offers a thorough review of the requirements related to obtaining an initial license, maintaining a license, notification, recordkeeping, reporting, and compliance issues, including required and prohibited conduct under the law. This online webinar course meets the 4-hour North Carolina-specific pre-licensing education requirement for loan originators and offers a thorough review of the information and laws that license applicants must understand in order to make, broker, or originate loans in compliance with North Carolina law.

SKU 4309NC00450G00

This course is delivered via a live feed of an instructor presenting course material and is designed to allow the student to communicate in real time with the instructor as well as fellow students. Once registered, you will receive log in credentials to your student portal where you will find all of your class materials.  Please not the following attendance information pertaining to your webinar to receive full credit:

  • All students must attest to the Rules of Conduct prior to entry into the webinar
  • The NMLS requires all student to be visible on webcam for the duration of the webinar. 
  • To verify attendance, students are required to display Government Issued IDs. 
  • You will be taken to a waiting room prior to webinar start for verification to take place. Your ID will only be shown to OnCourse Learning employees only. 
  • Failure to present a Government Issued ID will lead to dismissal of webinar and the need to reschedule for a different event. 
  • Students failing to log in at least 15 minutes prior to the webinar risk not being admitted and receiving credit. 
  • You will only be given credit for the webinar if you have met all NMLS attendance and identification requirements. 
  • Students who are absent from the webinar will not receive credit. 
  • If a student misses any portion of a webinar, no credit will be given, and the student must reschedule for another event.


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