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Late Continuing Education Online Self-Paced

Late CE: 2 Hour OR SAFE Oregon Mortgage Law Updates (10179) (Online)

About this Course

This course will focus on the laws and rules that regulate mortgage loan originators, bankers, and brokers doing business in Oregon. Throughout this course, students will review fictionalized scenarios based on real regulatory decisions made by the Department of Consumer and Business Services in recent months, paired with a discussion of the relevant sections of Oregon laws and regulations. This course satisfies the two hour Oregon specific continuing education requirement for loan originators, as specified by Oregon law. The content for this course is the same as course ID 10179 and is intended to satisfy CE requirements for 2019 or the last year a mortgage loan originator held an active license. Mortgage loan originators who take this Late CE course are prohibited from taking course ID 10179 in 2020.
$64.00
SKU 4303OR20510A00
24/7 access to your course online
  • Certificate of completion
  • What You'll Learn

    Overview of the Department of Consumer and Business Services and its Division of Financial Regulation\
  • \ Provisions of the Oregon Mortgage Lender Law and Oregon SAFE Act related to disclosures and advertising\
  • \ Specific duties of licensees, including recordkeeping and reporting\
  • \ Prohibited conduct for Oregon mortgage licensees\
  • \ Provisions of the law related to unfair, deceptive or fraudulent lending practices\
  • \ The Oregon Unlawful Trade Practices Act\
  • \ Disciplinary actions that may result from violations of 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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