8-hour NMLS Approved Continuing Education.
All Loan Originators are required to take 8 hours of NMLS Approved courses to renew their Loan Originator License.
Licenses must be renewed by December 31, 2017
Classroom vs Online Courses
We offer the 8 hour of NMLS approved renewal education in a classroom setting.
Hogan School is also partnering with the Association of Mortgage Educators (NMLS Approved Provider ID# 1400214) to offer the online courses for Continuing Education.
The courses are approved by the NMLS to fulfill the SAFE Act continuing education requirements and cover the required CE topic areas including the 1-hour of Arizona-specific law.
To register for the Online Course click here
Arizona LO Continuing Education Requirements
This course will contain:
Attendance is mandatory to receive course credit. Before your completion status can be transmitted to the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System & Registry (NMLS) you are required to:
At the conclusion of the course, you will be asked to complete a Course Evaluation. If you do not complete all of the requirements, including the course evaluation, you will not get credit for this course and no results will be communicated to NMLS.
Online CE Course Benefits:
Approved: Approved by the NMLS (ID Number 1400214) to meet the AZ SAFE Act regulations.
Flexible: A flexible online course that you take at your individual pace and can stop and start at anytime.
Supported: Our courses are effortless to take, but we are available to aid you if you need it.
Instructive: Our subjects are timely and written by Mortgage specialists with over twenty years of experience.
No-hidden Fees: We “bank” your completion record to the NMLS and we even pay the NMLS $1.50 per credit hour fee on your behalf (other companies charge separately).
Online Mortgage Continuing Education FAQs
Do I have to take continuing education this year, if I also completed pre-licensing courses this year?
If I have further questions about Arizona mortgage continuing education, who should I contact?
Arizona Department of Financial Institutions
Can the same continuing education course be taken two years in a row?
If I am employed at a Commercial Bank, do I need to take continuing education?
Am I allowed to carryover CE hours from one year to the next?
How do I contact the NMLS if I have questions?
Does LearnMortgage.com submit my hours?