We have been approved by the National Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) to offer you all the hours you need to renew your MLO license in one easy to use package that can be completed At Your Pace Online. Once you complete your course we will report your completion to the NMLS for you automatically.
Licensed in multiple states? Feel free to enroll into any MLO CE course to start and contact us to set up a custom education plan for the remaining states where you are licensed.
In the state of Hawaii MLO license holders must obtain 8 total hours that consist of:
8 Hour Hawaii SAFE Comprehensive 2018 MLO Continuing Education Course
|8 Hour Course||$ 99.00|
At Your Pace Online presents new 2018 MLO courses. These are designed to keep you up-to-date on the changing rules and practices surrounding mortgage origination.
This continuing education course will satisfy all the requirements for 8 hours of continuing education for renewing your license as a Mortgage Loan Originator in the state of Hawaii. The course content covers a wide selection of subjects directly relating to the mortgage loan originator. It includes subjects such as:
The history of mortgages in America through the real estate crisis of the 2000s and into today;
The need by consumers for ethical mortgage loan originators and their importance
Common varieties of mortgages and their applicability in certain situations
Types of mortgage fraud and how to safeguard consumers and keep yourself out of trouble
Portions of state regulations specific to the state of Hawaii
An examination of the Mortgage Loan Recovery Fund and how it is applied
Plus other important topics
1 Hour HI SAFE 2018 State Law Course
|1 Hour Course||$ 30.00|
This is a 1 hour continuing education course designed specifically for the Hawaii
state-specific requirements for Mortgage Loan Originators. It covers each necessary requirement under the SAFE Act for MLOs, and covers topics such as recent legal changes in Hawaii, the practice of mortgage loan originating, prohibitions, investigations, violations, and the Mortgage Loan Recovery Fund.