2 Hour MT SAFE: Understanding Montana Mortgage Law Online Self-Study Pre-Licensing Education [Course #11093]

Course Format

My Mortgage Trainer, Inc. conducts this 2 Hour MT SAFE: Understanding Montana Mortgage Law pre-licensing education course in an online setting. Students can progress through the online modules at their own learning pace. The course utilizes My Mortgage Trainer, Inc.’s Learning Management System (LMS), which supports multiple browsers. Additionally, the course delivers its content in five (5) modules, accessible at any time. To enhance comprehension, the course incorporates case studies and practice quizzes. Following NMLS requirements, the class concludes with a final exam and survey. Upon enrolling in the class, participants receive a confirmation email containing login information to initiate the course. Upon logging in, participants must read and acknowledge the ROC’s agreement and confirm their identity through bio-signature to proceed with the online course.

2 Hour MT SAFE Course Topics

This course will thoroughly explore key topics, including General Provisions of the Commissioners Supervision, Records and Reports, Compliance, Disclosures, Advertising, Escrow Funds, and Disciplinary Action. As you progress through the course, you will:

  • Recognize the importance of borrowers signing and dating the Loan Estimate and Closing Disclosure.
  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of the record-keeping requirements for mortgage brokers and lenders. Additionally, you will proficiently outline the general requirements for maintaining, storing, transferring, and destroying records.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in the advertising requirements, including those related to social media and individual websites if utilized for services. You will also comprehend additional advertising requirements outlined in mortgage lender prohibitions and prohibited acts.
  • Engage in a detailed discussion on the Montana Mortgage Loan Origination Disclosure, a necessity for loans brokered by mortgage loan originators. Emphasize the importance of the form being signed and dated by the borrower(s).
  • Articulate the prohibited acts for a mortgage loan originator.
  • Gain a clear understanding that a mortgage loan originator is restricted to working for only one mortgage broker/mortgage lender.
  • Describe in detail the role and responsibilities of a designated manager.

Visit for more information on Montana Education Requirements: Montana Education Notice