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OnlineEd Earns Dual Approval for 8-hour NMLS and DRE License Renewal Course

(OnlineEd) OnlineEd® has received dual approval from the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) and the California Department of Real Estate (DRE) to offer their new 2012 single 8-hour SAFE Act mortgage course for continuing education credits for license renewal of both licenses, mortgage and real estate. The dual approval course can be found in the […]

Another Compliance Deadline is Approaching, and We’ve got the FREE Webinar Link!

Residential mortgage lenders take note: The August 13, 2012 deadline for compliance with the new anti-money laundering (AML) and suspicios activity report (SAR) final rule is fast approaching. Prior to this date, only depository banks were required to establish AML programs and file SARs. Now, under the newly expanded regulation, all lenders, mortgage brokers, and bankers […]

Upcoming DRE License Changes

(California DRE News Bulletin – Summer 2012) Branch or Division Manager Appointments Effective July 1, 2012, pursuant to Business and Professions Code (B&P) Section 10164, an employing real estate broker or corporate designated broker officer may appoint a licensee as a manager of a branch office or division of the employing broker’s or employing corporate […]

Are You Using eLicensing?

eLicensing has been around for a while now, and has come along way since it was first introduced. It provides a quick, convenient way to update information regarding your real estate license, and, as an added bonus, saves on printing and postage costs since everything is submitted to the California Department of Real Estate electronically. […]

Education Course Monitoring and Licensee Auditing

(OnlineEd) – The California DRE’s Education Section is the body that monitors education real estate continuing education course providers. The course provider receives a unique course number from the DRE once the course is approved for continuing education. The course provider then gives these course approval numbers to licensees who complete the courses and associated final […]

OnlineEd Offers Three California Real Estate Pre-License Packages

OnlineEd® is proud to announce the addition of two new course packages for those interested in becoming a real estate salesperson in California. OnlineEd® began offering California real estate training courses online in 2006 and, up until recently, only had a one-size-fits-all package that included everything necessary to satisfy the requirements of the Califonia Department of […]

Enforcement Agencies Continue To Fight Loan Modification, Mortgage Relief, and Foreclosure Rescue Scams

Consumers warned not to pay upfront fees, and victims urged to file complaints (SACRAMENTO, California Department of Real Estate) – The California State Department of Real Estate (DRE) and other law enforcement agencies have alerted and continue to warn consumers to be wary of promises for loan modification, mortgage relief, and foreclosure rescue as scammers continue […]

30,000 Mortgage Loan Originators Still Need to Complete Their CE

(OnlineEd – Portland, OR) Over 30,000 mortgage loan originators must still meet their CE requirement before the national deadline, which is December 31. A few states have earlier deadlines, however. Georgia MLOs, for example, must complete their education requirements before October 31. CE for mortgage brokers is relatively simple to complete. Approved providers can deliver […]

New California DRE Continuing Education 8-Hour Survey Course

(OnlineEd) Licensees who have renewed a California real estate license at least once may be familiar with the continuing education course known as 6-Hour Survey. In order to renew a real estate license in California, licensees are required to have 45-hours of approved continuing education. Twelve of the 45 hours, 3 hours each, must be […]

How to Renew Your California Real Estate License

(OnlineEd®) – 2011 brought enormous change and much confusion in the California Department of Real Estate’s education requirements. Stricter time-monitoring, and a limit on final exam attempts are the two most most important,  but over-looked rules required by ALL continuing education providers as of January 1, 2011. OnlineEd® has created this guide to help you […]