Become a Loan Officer
Mortgage Loan Officers are required to hold an active License in the United States.
To help with obtaining this license, we have partnered with a top online mortgage education school, which is Proschools.com. You will be receive a 15% discount on tuition by entering in “insightmtg” at time of checkout.
The following link will bring you to the page where you can select “New License” and the class needed will be the 20 Hour SAFE Comprehensive. Be sure to call them at time of signing up to let them know which states you intend to hold a license in (NH, MA, ME, Etc.). The online course needs to be completed within 14 days. Partner Link: http://www.proschools.com/partners/insightmtg
You may choose to also sign up for the Test Prep course. Since the final exam cost money each time it’s taken and cannot be taken again within a 30 day period, some students choose the Test Prep course to ensure they are ready and have the best chance at passing the first time. Test Prep is optional, but recommended. This will also be discounted at time of check out.
After you’ve finished your 20 hours of online schooling and past the final exam, We will walk you through the next steps to becoming a licensed loan officer with the company.
Below are links with information regarding what to expect as far as the process and fees for licensing and it’s a good idea just to read through before hand. For any questions regarding the “NMLS” Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System website, you may also contact the help desk at (855) 665-7123. The site is constantly updating and changing so they have people there to help.
NH – New Loan Officer License Requirement Check List and Fee Sheet – Click here: http://mortgage.nationwidelicensingsystem.org/slr/PublishedStateDocuments/NH-MLO-New-Application-Checklist.pdf
MA – New Loan Officer License Requirement Check List and Fee Sheet – Click here: http://mortgage.nationwidelicensingsystem.org/slr/PublishedStateDocuments/MA-MLO-License-New-Application-Checklist.pdf
Please let us know if you get stuck or if you have any questions. Once you’ve started your 20 hour course, please feel free to call Ryan McGinnis to discuss what you can expect for the the final test.