ProSchools Helps Mortgage Brokers and Loan Originators Beat Deadline With Online Courses

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ProSchools receives approval in Washington to offer four new mortgage broker courses.

ProSchools, a leader in mortgage broker education, has developed new mortgage broker courses, designed to meet continuing education requirements for Washington mortgage brokers and loan originators.

New courses approved include "Mortgage Lending Fraud Unmasked," "Mortgage Lending Ethics: Truth or Dare," "FHA Loans Explained," and "ABCs of Mortgage Lending."

After getting licensed, Washington mortgage brokers and loan originators must fulfill continuing education requirements each year. The education requirement must be completed by December 31st of each year. To fulfill the education requirement, loan originators must successfully complete two approved courses each year. Mortgage Brokers must take three approved courses per year.
A licensee must take an approved ethics course in the first year of holding a loan originator license. During a mortgage broker's first year of acting as a designated broker one course must cover ethics. All ProSchools education courses are approved by the Washington Department of Licensing.

"ProSchools courses are designed to meet Washington's continuing education requirement," says John Vogler, Vice President of Sales for ProSchools. "More and more states like Washington are requiring education for mortgage professionals in an effort to combat mortgage fraud. ProSchools is committed to helping Washington mortgage brokers and loan originators meet this regulation."

ProSchools offers online real estate education, insurance education, mortgage education, and property appraisal.

With over 50 years experience developing real estate, insurance, and mortgage lending courses, ProSchools is an approved mortgage education provider in Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Idaho, Iowa, Illinois, Georgia, Maine, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Florida, Texas, Colorado, and Wisconsin.

More information can be found at the ProSchools website at http://www.proschools.com or by calling ProSchools at 1-800-452-4879.

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