Eight hours of Federal CE is required for all licensed mortgage loan originators annually. Some states have additional CE requirements as well. If you ever have questions about which CE courses you need, or how you can reduce the number of course hours by using CE as elective hours (for states that allows this) give us a call and one of our education specialists will be happy to assist you!
If you’ve had a gap licensure the NMLS may require you to complete Late CE in addition to your current year CE requirements. We recommend you contact the NMLS to discuss your unique situation, then call us and one of our education specialists will assist you in selecting the Late CE courses you need. If you already know which Late CE courses you need click here to select your courses.
1 hour CE requirement
2 hour CE requirement
3 hour CE requirement
4 hour CE requirement
5 hour Post License requirement
No PE requirement
If you’re already a licensed MLO you’ll be required to complete a minimum of 8 hours of continuing education annually. Many states have their own CE requirements in addition to the Federal 8 hour requirement.
For those only licensed in a single state that has at least a 1 hour CE requirement, you may elect to take the 7 hour Federal CE course plus your state CE course.
A few states have exceptions to the above, or have requirements beyond the federal and state CE hours.
New York has an 11 hour CE requirement which must include the 8 hour version of the Federal CE course plus the 3 hour state course.
New Jersey has a 12 hour CE requirement which must include 2 hours of NJ CE, at least 2 hours of electives ( which may be other state CE courses or Federal electives), plus the Federal CE course.
If you’re not sure which CE courses you need to take, or which courses can serve as electives speak with one of our education specialist for a streamlined continuing education solution!