Sellens Real Estate Lending
Professional Real Estate Lending since 1991
Please read below for how to purchase the comprehensive downloadable eBook study package.
The new laws require that all California Department of Real Estate MLO applications, fingerprints, fees, and corresponding paperwork, have to be sent to NMLS prior to Sept. 15, 2010.
As the licensing application date draws near, it will be harder to reach the NMLS with your questions and site navigation issues.
Also, seats for SAFE Act testing will become harder to obtain. A failed test requires you wait an additional 30 days prior to retaking the test. After 4 tries, you have to wait a year to retake the test. Meanwhile your business is out the window.
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Use the following links to purchase the textbook study guide alone, for $79.00.you can use PayPal:
The SAFE Act is a part of the Housing and Economic Recovery Act
of 2008, also known as Public Law 110-289 or HERA.
Title V of P.L. 110-289, the Secure and Fair Enforcement for Mortgage Licensing Act of 2008 (“SAFE Act”), was passed on July 30, 2008. For California, SAFE Act Licensing came into effect via Senate Bill 36, in October 11, 2009.
With the passage of the bill, California is one of the last two states during 2009 to adopt legislation implementing the SAFE Act.
Visit this site for all the Licensing Information.
The above link is the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System website NMLS that provides information and the licensing portal for both the National and California State SAFE Act Tests.