How to Get a West Virginia Mortgage Loan Originator (MLO) License
West Virginia Mortgage License Requirements
- Complete a Criminal Background Check (CBC)
- Authorize a credit report through the NMLS
- Fulfill all state and federal education requirements as designated by West Virginia
- Pass the National Test
- Demonstrate sufficient financial responsibility, character, and general fitness
- Obtain sponsorship by current employer
Steps to Get a West Virginia Mortgage License
- Obtain an NMLS Unique Identifier: Register for an account on statemortgageregistry.com and request a unique identifier number.
- Criminal Background Check: Authorize a Federal (FBI) and state criminal background check through NMLS.
- Pre-License Education Requirements: Complete the 24 hours of NMLS-approved education, including federal law, ethics, non-traditional mortgage lending, electives, and West Virginia state-specific education.
- Pass the National Test: Take and pass the SAFE Act National Test with Uniform State Test (UST). A score of 75% or better is required to pass.
- Secure Sponsorship: Obtain sponsorship by your current employer.
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