Late Continuing Education Online Self-Paced

Late CE: 2 Hour OR SAFE: Keeping Current on Oregon Mortgage Law (12227) (Online)

About this Course

State mortgage regulations are constantly evolving and keeping up with these changes can prove challenging. This course will focus on the laws and rules that regulate mortgage loan originators, bankers and brokers doing business in Oregon. Students taking this course will focus on a variety of topics, including a review of fictionalized scenarios based on real regulatory decisions made by the Oregon Department of Business and Consumer Services. This Oregon state elective is NMLS-approved for the two hours of state specific education required for mortgage loan originators to renew their Oregon mortgage license. The content for this course is the same as course ID 12277 and is intended to satisfy CE requirements for 2021 or the last year a mortgage loan originator held an active license. Mortgage loan originators cannot take this course again for credit in 2022.
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SKU 4303OR22510A00

  • 24/7 access to your course online
  • Certificate of Completion

What You'll Learn

  • Key terms under Oregon law as they apply to mortgage loan origination business
  • The authority of the Department of Consumer and Business Services over mortgage professionals in the state
  • Required conduct and duties of Oregon mortgage licensees
  • Prohibited acts and practices for Oregon mortgage professionals
  • Provisions of state law concerning unfair, deceptive, or fraudulent practices
  • The Oregon Unlawful Trade Practices Act and its impact on mortgage business
  • The disciplinary consequences that can result from failure to comply with the law

How it Works

This is an online self-paced course that allows you to study the course material independently and at your convenience. Access to a computer with internet access is required. Please note this course is only supported for laptop or desktop computers, as NMLS requirements prohibit the consumption of licensing training on mobile devices, such as cell phones or tablets


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