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National Mortgage Continuing Education

All of our Mortgage Continuing Education courses are Online Self-Study, or OSS, and NMLS-approved, giving you the ability to complete your Continuing Education requirements at any time and from anywhere. Continuing Education consists of the courses required for retaining your mortgage license. We offer innovative and engaging national courses to keep you at the top of your game.

Mortgage Essentials

Mortgage Essentials is our content hub of free resources for Mortgage Loan Originators, Mortgage Brokers, and all mortgage lending professionals, created for your long-term success by our team of industry experts.

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Our custom learning system was designed with you in mind, with simple navigation, clear course progress, and a streamlined experience to help you maintain your license.

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Each course is approved by the Nationwide Multistate Licensing System & Registry (NMLS), so you can be certain that you're learning what you need to succeed and completing your Continuing Education requirements with an approved course provider.

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Mortgage Essentials

What Is Mortgage License Reciprocity?
by The CE Shop Team

As a Mortgage Loan Officer, you’re able to work in multiple states. So what does reciprocity mean, and how can you become licensed in more than one state? 

Fannie Mae's Thoughts on Current Mortgage Rates
by The CE Shop Team

How do fluctuating mortgage rates impact industry giants like Fannie Mae? Let’s take a look at one GSE’s thoughts on the recent changes in the mortgage industry.

What Are the Steps to Getting Your Mortgage Loan Officer License?
by The CE Shop Team

Are you looking into getting your Mortgage Loan Officer license, but don’t know where to start? Here’s an overview of the steps you need to take.