Loan Originator Licensing Classroom vs Online Courses
Hogan School of Real Estate offers the 20 hours of NMLS approved education in a classroom setting. You can view the schedules, locations and pricing on the right side of this page.
Hogan School has also partnered with the Association of Mortgage Educators to offer online courses for loan originator licensing in Arizona and California. For more information regarding this online course click here.
Arizona Loan Originator Pre-License, SAFE Comprehensive Course
The course will cover the following topics:
$349 for the entire 20-hour program
Attendance is mandatory to receive course credit. Attendees must sign in & out of class for the morning & afternnon sessions. Before your completion status can be transmitted to the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System & Registry (NMLS) you are required to:
All mortgage loan originators must complete 20 hours of NMLS approved education and become licensed under Arizona laws.
To become a loan originator you must have completed at least 20 hours of education during the two years immediately preceeding the time of application. You must also pass the loan originator exam on Federal and State laws and rules not more than one year before the granting of the license.
To access the testing service and learn more about taking a SAFE test, by downloading the MLO Testing Handbook.
For information regarding fingerprinting click here.
Loan Originator Exam Prep Course
Prepare for the NMLS exams by taking an exam prep course. For more information…
NMLS Unique Identifier
Each loan originator needs to obtain a unique identifier through NMLS. If you have not obtained your unique identifier number, you need to log on to State Regulatory Registry.
Arizona State Licensing Requirements
Access the necessary forms for licensing in the state of Arizona at the NMLS Resource Center.
Frequently Asked Questions
You have additional questions…click here.
The Mortgage Loan Originator exam is given by Prometric and you must schedule your exam though NMLS. Some additional information about the exam is below:
New Applicants or existing licensees who expect to enroll and/or take any SAFE MLO tests should review these candidate enrollment scenarios.
Also you should review the Uniform State Test (UST) Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
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