Mortgage Success Source New Course Fulfills the 1-hour Elective Continuing Education Requirement of the S.A.F.E. Act

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MSS Learning Center, the continuing education division of Mortgage Success Source (MSS), provides mortgage loan originators throughout the country with the Continuing Education courses they need to satisfy the 1-hour Elective Continuing Education requirement of the S.A.F.E. Act.

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Mortgage Loan Originators will be surprised – and pleased – to find that the financial markets and the corresponding movements of interest rates are actually easy to understand in this NMLS approved Continuing Education Course.

Mortgage Success Source, LLC, the mortgage industry’s premier provider of client acquisition and the most respected training and information resource in the mortgage industry, announces NMLS approval (Course ID: 1975) of their online 1-Hour Elective course: How and Why Interest Rates Move & Why YOU Need to Know with President of Content & Publishing for Mortgage Success Source, Sue Woodard.

“Loan Originators will be surprised – and pleased – to find that the financial markets and the corresponding movements of interest rates are actually easy to understand,” says David Fournier, CEO of Mortgage Success Source. “Sue cuts through the clutter to give a down to earth, entertaining, and easy-to-understand look at the most important market indicators; what they mean, and best yet – how MLOs can use this information on a very practical level in their daily mortgage practices to catapult their businesses forward.”

With MSS Continuing Education, Mortgage Loan Originators experience dynamic, state-of-the-art interactive courses that are easy to use and conveniently accessible online, at their own pace and on their own schedule. MSS Elite Instructor roster ensures that MLO’s receive educational training from an exciting and well-known A-list of industry experts, sharing their own best practices.

MSS Learning Center (Provider ID: 1400296) is an officially approved mortgage education provider through the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS). MSS Learning Center delivers the highest level of quality education, training and resources available for loan originators to successfully maintain their licenses, remain compliant, and keep their careers moving forward.

Programs for individual Mortgage Loan Originators, teams and corporate accounts are available.

To learn more about MSS Continuing Education courses, please visit us at http://www.MortgageSuccessSource.com. For additional information, please email info(at)team-mss(dot)com or call (800) 963-1900.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Sue Woodard is the President of Content and Publishing for Mortgage Success Source; the industry’s premier provider of client acquisition and retention solutions.

A highly sought-after international speaker, trainer, writer and consultant for the industry, Sue has had her own financial radio show, been featured on NBC and CBS Live News Radio, and appeared on CNBC's SquawkBox and Jim Cramer’s Mad Money.

She is a member of her local Mortgage Association and Board of Realtors, the Women’s Council of Realtors, and is on the National Advisory Board for Ellie Mae.

ABOUT MSS LEARNING CENTER
MSS Learning Center provides training and NMLS-approved Continuing Education to meet the needs of the mortgage broker. For more information on MSS Learning, visit http://www.MortgageSuccessSource.com/learning

ABOUT MORTGAGE SUCCESS SOURCE

Mortgage Success Source (MSS) brings together the power of The Mortgage Market Guide and LoanToolbox as a central resource for mortgage originators to find all the tools they need to be successful in today's market.

MSS is the one-stop-shop for loan originators looking to achieve higher levels of success. All MSS products and technologies feature proven systems that are easy to implement and generate increased loan volume. For more information on MSS products and services, including the MSS Learning Center, visit http://www.MortgageSuccessSource.com.

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