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Exploring Current Compliance Concerns provides course participants with a contemporary review of important topic areas facing the industry today, specifically those outlined by NMLS as required topics for continuing education. Students will examine provisions of key regulations for mortgage compliance, including the Truth-in-Lending Act, TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule, Home Mortgage Disclosure Act, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, E-Sign Act, Telemarketing Sales Rule, MAP Rule, Safeguards Rule, and more. This mortgage continuing education course is NMLS-approved for seven hours of continuing education required for mortgage loan originators to renew their mortgage licenses.
When a consumer buys a home, they obtain title to the property. Title is the evidence proving an individual’s ownership, and their right to live on the property, build on it, control what happens to it, and sell it. Many struggle to understand the many fine intricacies surrounding how title is held, transferred, and affected, especially when it comes to title problems and how to fix them. This course will explore many of the concepts surrounding title, from how it is held to the ways in which things like liens, encroachments, easements, and defects affect the title record. This mortgage continuing education course is NMLS-approved to satisfy two hours of elective education for mortgage loan originators.
The ability to offer electronic access for part or all of a loan transaction is an invaluable asset to a mortgage company, and it can often lead happy borrowers to refer additional business back to the licensee. It also offers increased efficiency to mortgage companies that seek to cut manual work needed to bring a loan to closing or minimize time spent at the closing table. This course will explore a broad view of electronic loan transactions, focusing on the features, benefits, and risks of originating a mortgage loan digitally. This mortgage continuing education course is NMLS-approved to satisfy one hour of elective education for mortgage loan originators.