Get Your Mortgage Loan Originator License

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Get Your Mortgage License Training

Take the steps to start a new career with Allied Real Estate Schools today. Enroll in the courses you need and prepare yourself for a rewarding new career as a mortgage loan originator. It’s easy to get started!

  • Step 1: Select your state for MLO education options.
  • Step 2: Choose the license or renewal course you want.
  • Step 3: Then enroll in your course. It’s that simple.

With Allied by your side, you will receive the industry-leading materials you need to meet your pre-license requirements and prepare for your MLO exam. If you need to meet your CE hours, we can help with that too. Choose Allied for your SAFE education and maximize your career potential.

Why Choose Allied for Your Mortgage License Training?

  • Trusted & Convenient
  • Live Student Support
  • Online Study Format

The Road to Getting Your MLO License

Before you can sit for the state MLO license exam, you’ll need to meet a few requirements. Follow these guidelines to ensure the journey to your MLO license is a smooth as possible.

  1. Meet basic requirements: Be at least 18 years old, have a clean criminal record and submit a credit check.
  2. Create an NMLS account: Talk with your employer to determine who will create and manage your account through the NMLS, then submit your application.
  3. Complete your pre-license education: You will need to complete your state’s required hours of pre-license education prior to taking the state MLO license exam. Only NMLS approved education providers like Allied Real Estate Schools qualify for this requirement.
  4. Take the state exam: Once you’ve completed and passed your pre-license education you can apply for the MLO license exam through your NMLS account.

Partner with a Trusted Real Estate School

Get your education from an accredited school with live student support. Allied is the reliable approach to getting and maintaining your MLO license.

What’s the Difference Between a Mortgage Loan Originator and a Mortgage Loan Officer?

The two terms are interchangeable within the mortgage industry. The official name is Mortgage Loan Originator, but they are also called Mortgage Loan Officers or just Loan Officers for short.

What are the Job Responsibilities of MLOs?

They assist borrowers with the purchasing and refinancing of homes. They are also responsible for determining whether borrowers qualify for property loans.

How Often are the Renewal Requirements for an MLO License?

Once you’ve obtained your MLO license and completed your original pre-license education, you are required to take an additional 8 hours of continuing education each year after.

Get Started Today!

Allied Real Estate Schools’ courses help busy real estate professionals complete their required education online. With distance learning, you don’t have to travel to far away classes wasting valuable time and energy So what are you waiting for? Enroll in your mortgage courses today and realize your full career potential!

Enroll now or talk with an Allied Representative today.

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