How to Get a Missouri Mortgage Loan Originator (MLO) License
Missouri Mortgage License Requirements
- Complete a federal and state Criminal Background Check (CBC)
- Authorize a credit report through the NMLS
- Fulfill all state and federal education requirements as designated by your state agency
- Take and pass the National Component
- Must be employed and acting under the supervision of a single Missouri licensed residential mortgage loan broker
- Shall be covered by the surety bond for the Missouri licensed residential mortgage loan broker supervising the mortgage loan originator and for whom the mortgage loan originator acts as an employee or exclusive agent
Steps to Get a Missouri Mortgage License
- Enroll in the Missouri Mortgage Loan Originator (MLO) 20-Hour SAFE Act Pre-License Course
- Complete the required 20 hours of NMLS-approved education, including federal law, ethics, non-traditional mortgage lending, and electives
- Prepare for and pass the National Component
- Submit your license application through NMLS, along with the required background check and credit report authorization
- Obtain employment and supervision under a Missouri licensed residential mortgage loan broker
The Missouri Mortgage Loan Originator (MLO) 20-Hour SAFE Act Pre-License Course offers comprehensive, online education tailored to meet the requirements of mortgage loan originators in Missouri. The course covers all necessary topics, including federal law, ethics, non-traditional mortgage lending, and electives, ensuring a comprehensive understanding of the mortgage industry.
- 20-Hour SAFE Act Pre-License Course
- Online, self-paced learning
- Comprehensive coverage of federal law, ethics, non-traditional mortgage lending, and electives
- Designed to meet Missouri requirements
- Interactive course materials and quizzes to enhance learning
Start your mortgage career with Cameron Academy’s MLO License Course – an engaging online course offering education and support for success in the mortgage field. Enroll today and make a meaningful difference as a Mortgage Loan Originator!
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