West Virginia MLO Continuing Education

We have been approved by the Nationwide 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.

CE Requirements to Renew a WV Mortgage Loan Originator License

In the state of West Virginia MLO license holders must obtain 9 total hours that consist of:

  • 3 Hours of Federal Law Updates
  • 3 Hours of Ethics, Fraud, Consumer Protection, & Fair Lending
  • 2 Hours of Non-Traditional Mortgage Products
  • 1 Hour of WV Law

MLO licensees who did not complete their education before December 31st are required to take Late CE. Licensees must take late CE for each year they have missed.

The 'Reinstatement Period' runs from January 1st until February 28th. During this period the NMLS will be accepting Late CE classes and AYPO will only be selling late CE classes. If you need to take regular CE classes for your 2019 CE requirements during this period please contact our customer service department and we will be happy to help you.


Late CE 9 Hour WV SAFE Comprehensive 2018 MLO Continuing Education Course (7964)

9 Hour Course $ 77.00

This course covers the 9 hours of continuing education required by the NMLS and the state of West Virginia perfectly. It is designed to fulfill the 8 hour portion designated by the NMLS, and adds the 1 hour elective portion required by the state.

We'll review federal mortgage law, as well as ethics, fraud, consumer protection & fair lending. We'll also look at lending laws for nontraditional mortgage products. The state specific segment begins with a look at the West Virginia Division of Financial Institutions, which is responsible for oversight of MLOs in the state, along with a discussion of how this state oversight works with federal regulations and the NMLS.