Continuing Education Online Self-Paced

1 Hour SAFE Elective: Mortgage Loan Originator 2024 CE (Online)

Fair lending should always be a high priority for mortgage market participants. Discrimination of any kind – large or small, intentional or unintentional – is unacceptable and should be viewed and treated as a serious ethical breach. Homeownership is one of the most accessible ways to build wealth, and denying anyone that opportunity based on discriminatory reasoning is absolutely unacceptable. Harmful stereotypes, inequitable practices, unfairly restrictive requirements, and problematic comments and questions still linger in the discourse, and they can seep into everything, including mortgage loan transactions. This course will explore bias, microaggressions, and the consequences of bias and discrimination in mortgage lending practices. Participants will also review disparate impact, redlining, and other fair lending concerns.

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SKU 4303US24200A00

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

What You'll Learn

  • Recall the key measures of federal anti-money laundering laws and regulations
  • Define the basic steps involved in money laundering
  • Recognize several contemporary money laundering and mortgage fraud tactics
  • Define digital currency, its basic functions, and its inherent risks
  • Identify the growing relationship between cryptocurrency and mortgage lending
  • Discuss the connections between digital currency, money laundering, and mortgages
  • Recognize disciplinary consequences of violating laws against money laundering and related crimes

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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