Tag Archives: mortgage

Free List of Mortgage Abbreviations and Acronymns

(Jeff Sorg, OnlineEd) – Is your CAN-SPAM in compliance with your GENESYS or are they both in need of PEP? Don’t be confused by all the mortgage abbreviations and acronyms being tossed around today! OnlineEd has put together a list of the most commonly used mortgage industry abbreviations in this free PDF.  ### If you have questions or […]

CFPB Releases Informative Videos on YouTube

Confused about the CFPB’s January 2013 new mortgage rules? Don’t have an afternoon to read a series of .pdf files? Check out the new videos that the CFPB just posted on YouTube. “We’re trying to make our rules more understandable and more user-friendly, setting out as clearly as we can what you need to know, […]

8 New Mortgage Regulation Deadlines Coming Out of the CFPB

(OnlineEd – Portland, OR) – The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”) gave 12 months (and sometimes less) from the “issue date” to implement the majority of these new requirements.  Because the CFPB considers the “issue date” as the date of publication on the CFPB’s website – rather than publication in the Federal Register,  your company will have less […]

Get Compliant – And How to Stay that Way!

Compliance is a hot topic today, as the landscape is constantly shifting and being redefined as the mortgage and real estate industry stabilizes in the wake of the financial crisis. Understanding what these new and changing compliance requirements are can be a headache, but OnlineEd.com has a few tips that can help you be prepared […]

The CFPB is the New Sheriff in Town … Ready for a Visit?

(OnlineEd – September 26, 2012) Compliance management requirements for all non-banks have reached a new level with the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Examination Manual. According to the CFPB’s Web site: “The CFPB’s approach to non-bank examination will be the same as its approach to bank examination. It may include a combination of any of the following tools: requiring nonbanks to file certain […]

Continuing Education Reminder Sent to MLOs Who Have Not Yet Completed

(Official NMLS Newsletter) – This is a reminder that the SAFE Act requires individual mortgage loan originators (MLOs) to complete 8 hours of NMLS approved continuing education (CE) annually. In addition to meeting the minimum federal requirements, a number of states also have state-specific education requirements that must be met. For details see State CE Requirement […]

Which OnlineEd NMLS Approved Continuing Education Course Should I Take? (California)

(OnlineEd® – Portland, OR) – The SAFE Act requires a mortgage loan originator to complete a minimum of 8 hours of NMLS approved continuing education and renew their license each year on or before December 31st. A NMLS approved course provider has up to six days to report completed courses to NMLS and then the […]

Free Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Handbook for AML, BSA, and SARs

(OnlineEd® – InlineEd) – Are you confused by FinCEN’s new Anti-Money Laundering compliance requirements? Don’t be! OnlineEd® is providing a free guidebook that explains all the details of the required training ,  record keeping requirements, policies, and requirements for Compliance Officer registration. Get Your PDF Version of the OnlineEd Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Handbook here. Mortgage […]

OnlineEd Compliance Management and Training System for Mortgage Lenders

(OnlineEd, InlineEd) – The InlineEd system is an easy to use compliance management system developed for the mortgage industry to help it comply with Anti-Money Laundering,  Suspicious Activities Reports, Bank Secrecy Act, and continuing education or education for new employees. InlineEd, which is developed and operated by OnlineEd, is specifically for residential mortgage loan originators and lenders. It can […]

It’s Time For Mortgage Loan Originators to Start Their Annual NMLS Continuing Education

(OnlineEd) – Every state-licensed mortgage loan originator (“MLO”) in any approved status is to complete at least 8 hours of NMLS approved license renewal education as part of their license renewal requirements.  This annual continuing education must include 3 hours of Federal law, 2 hours of ethics, which includes fraud, consumer protection, and fair lending […]