OnlineEd is awarded dual California BRE and NMLS approval for its new 2015 NMLS continuing education course
(Jeff Sorg, OnlineEd) – OnlineEd today received California Bureau of Real Estate (BRE) approval for its all-new-for-2015 NMLS approved continuing education course. This makes the course offering available for 8 hours or NMLS license renewal AND 8 hours of BRE real estate license renewal education in the topic of consumer protection.
The first courses module is a discussion on the new TILA/RESPA Integrated Disclosure rule (TRID) to be implemented October 3, 2015 (previously August 1, 2015). The second course module is an outline of federal fair housing laws that every mortgage loan originator must comply with, including prohibited practices and the rules for the extension of credit. Also included are fair housing violation case studies, along with the implemented punishment against the offender. The third module of this course is an overview of the Fannie Mae HomeStyle® Renovation home loan, which is similar to the FHA 203(k) renovation loan program, but has some noteworthy differences. The final course module is a review of mortgage advertising rules, incluting CFPB 19 MAP rules in Regulation N.
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