16 Years Online OnlineEd is an online vocational school offering training in real estate, mortgage, insurance, construction contracting, and professional development. We provide license training so you can get a state-required license, continuing education to maintain your license, and certification and professional designation courses to improve your career. OnlineEd courses are delivered over the Internet directly through your web browser and include instructor and author support. Get started immediately!


Real Estate Courses

OnlineEd has been providing online courses for the real estate industry since 1998. We offer both required real estate continuing education and real estate pre-license training in select states. No special software required. All the material is online, so you can start right now!

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NMLS Continuing Education

OnlineEd is a registered NMLS course provider (NMLS #1400327) and offers the NMLS continuing education required in most states. Our courses cover a variety of up to date mortgage topics you can benefit from as well as meet your annual NMLS continuing education requirements.

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CFPB Compliance

Does your mortgage business need AML/BSA/SARs training required by the CFPB? OnlineEd provides the InlineEd Compliance Management System to meet the training and tracking requirements of the CFPB and other oversight organizations. This totally automated system trains your entire staff with a comprehensive Anti-Money Laundering and Fair Lending program.

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Contracting License Training

Oregon Only. Those looking to become licensed construction contractors in Oregon must take a 16 hour study course to prepare for the licensing exam. Our contracting license training course will make sure that you get the most out of your Oregon Contractors Reference Manual with a comprehensive audio/visual presentation that covers all chapters. Comes with practice quizzes.

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Insurance Pre-License Education

Oregon Only. OnlineEd provides the insurance pre-license education needed to get an insurance producer license in Oregon for Life, Health, Personal Lines, and Commercial Lines of insurance. Work at your own pace using our web-based system. Work with a personal instructor throughout the course. No special software required. All the material is online, so you can start right now!

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Professional Development & Designations

Learn ways to expand your business, make more money, generate more leads, and become more successful in your career. Choose from a variety of courses designed to help you create business, stage and sell properties, and earn specialty real estate designations.

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OnlineEd News

Freddie Mac Report Predicts 4% Increase in Home Sales for 2015

December 19, 2014 8:53 am
In its December 2014 U.S. Economic and Housing Market Outlook report just released, Freddie Mac is predicting that 2015 will see the highest level of single family home sales since 2007. A jump of 4 percent, up to 5.6 million, is anticipated in the report.
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Applications for New Home Purchases Drop 22% in November

December 12, 2014 9:12 am
The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) reported today that data for November 2014 shows mortgage applications for new home purchases decreased by 22 percent from October.
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Renting Twice as Expensive as Buying, Says Zillow Report

December 10, 2014 10:54 am
Homeowners making the nation's median income and purchasing the typical home spend 15.3 percent of their income on their monthly house payment. On average, U.S. renters spent 29.9 percent of their monthly income on rent in the third quarter of 2014.
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AEI’s International Center on Housing Risk Releases First-Time Buyer Mortgage Share Index (FBMSI)

December 9, 2014 1:18 pm
The FBMSI is the first time the national first-time buyer share has been calculated using a nearly complete dataset with minimal opportunity for sample error. This is in contrast to the 2014 survey conducted by the National Association of Realtors (NAR), which was based on responses constituting only 0.2 percent of all purchase loans originated during the 12 month survey period and was voluntary, with responses received from only 9 percent of those mailed the 127-question survey.
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Fannie Mae Announces 97 Percent LTV Option for First-Time Homebuyers

December 9, 2014 11:13 am
Today, Fannie Mae (FNMA/OTC) announced an option for qualified first-time homebuyers that will allow for a down payment as low as three percent. Building upon Fannie Mae’s successful lower down payment program offered through state Housing Finance Agencies, the 97 percent loan-to-value ratio (LTV) option will expand access to credit for qualified first-time homebuyers that may not have the resources for a larger down payment.
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