1 Hour PA SAFE: Pennsylvania Mortgage Lending Laws
1-hour Pennsylvania state-specific course for licensed mortgage loan originators
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This course will cover several fundamental state regulations that Pennsylvania mortgage loan originators must be familiar with. A number of Pennsylvania laws govern certain aspects of the mortgage loan business, including the Mortgage Licensing Act, the Housing Finance Agency Law, the Consumer Equity Protection Act, and the Loan Interest and Protection Law (known as the Usury Law).
This course will also cover the Department of Banking and Securities' statements of policy regarding the first loan mortgage business, mortgage loan modifications, and reverse mortgages. It will also review the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency's emergency home loan program for borrowers who may need temporary help with delinquent mortgage loans
Please review the Course Syllabus for details about this course.
This course satisfies 1 hour of required continuing education for Pennsylvania licensed mortgage loan originators. This course is approved by the NMLS. A valid NMLS ID number is required to receive credit for this course. Certain states may have additional requirements beyond what this course provides. Be sure to check with your state to see if this course meets your needs.
This course is new for 2019 and meets the SAFE Act's "successive years" rule.
+ $1.50 NMLS Credit Banking Fee
|Category:||Mortgage > Continuing Education > Pennsylvania > CE Elective|
|Purpose:||1-hour Pennsylvania state-specific course for licensed mortgage loan originators|
|Features:||printable certificate, PDF eBook|
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