This NMLS CE course includes Self-Employed borrowers portion of “Underwriting Secrets Revealed”.
This course satisfies the 3-hour Federal Law and Regulation topic requirement mandated by the S.A.F.E. Act. The subjects addressed within this course reflect those required by NMLS. Please see the Continuing Education (CE) Topic List for Annual CE Year 2023 found on the NMLS website for additional details.
COURSE HOURS: Mon- Thur. 4:00pm-6:00pm EST/ 3:00pm-5:00p CST/ 1:00pm-3:00p PST
**This course DOES NOT contain any state-specific content***
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Navigating Compliance in the Current Market offers an up-to-the-minute look at myriad topics affecting the market today. From compliance challenges to affordable housing, participants will review a number of contemporary subjects related to mortgage loan origination. Covered issues include TILA, RESPA, the TRID Rule, ECOA, the Fair Housing Act, FCRA, the GLBA, and more. Plus, students will explore nontraditional loan programs, affordable housing concerns, cryptocurrency in the mortgage market, mortgage fraud, and beyond.
Attendance & Participation:
- Attendance is mandatory to receive course credit and it will be monitored. Participants that miss any portion of the course will be required to reschedule
A copy of your state issued ID must be provided BEFORE the course starts. This will be used to confirm your identity. Attendance will be taken AFTER every break.
Ask the Underwriter adheres to Section 3: Specific Requirements for Classroom Equivalents (Webinar) Courses. This included, but is not limited to: Identity verification, monitored seat time and required engagement.
- Active participation is required in this course. Students are expected to be actively engaged with the material, listen to and follow the directions of the facilitator (instructor), participate in group discussions and activities, and complete exercises as assigned. Internet references and resources are provided throughout the course, which offer opportunities for additional learning and information.
- Students are expected to be respectful when interacting with the instructor and other students in the classroom and refrain from inappropriate language or derogatory comments.
- Students are expected to refrain from texting or other electronic communication during class.
- Cell phones should be on mute or turned off.