Vermont License Requirements

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Vermont Mortgage License Requirements

Learn about the Vermont mortgage education requirements for mortgage licensing.

In the state of Vermont, mortgage loan originators are required to:

    1. Complete a Criminal Background Check (CBC).
    2. Authorize a credit report through the NMLS.
    3. Fulfill all state and federal education requirements as designated by your state agency.
    4. Take and pass a National Test.
    5. Employed (W2) and sponsored by a company licensed as a lender, mortgage broker, and/or loan servicer by the State of Vermont. Dual sponsorship is not permitted.
    6. Licensed and in good standing in state of residence.

Vermont NMLS Pre-Licensing Education Requirements:

New state-licensed MLOs are required to complete 20 hours of NMLS-approved education. This includes:

  • 3 hours of federal law
  • 3 hours of ethics
  • 10 hours of non-traditional mortgage lending training
  • 2 hours of Vermont state-specific education 

NOTE:  PE education must be completed within 3 years of new or subsequent license application

 

Vermont Continuing Education Requirements:

The continuing education deadline in Vermont is December 1, 2019.
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State-licensed MLOs are required to complete 8 hours of NMLS-approved mortgage education annually beginning the year they are licensed (unless PE was completed in the same year). This includes:

  • 3 hours of federal law
  • 2 hours of ethics
  • 2 hours of non-traditional mortgage lending
  • 1 hour of electives

MLOs are advised that to comply with the SAFE Act’s “successive years” rule, they may not take the same CE course two years in a row.

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