Loan Officer License Class - South Jordan, UT
Early Bird Special! Register by August 30th and only pay $269. After August 30th, price goes up to $365
Salt Lake City ranked as the No. 6 metro area among the top housing markets in the National Housing Forecast released by realtor.com. The median home value in Salt Lake City is $359,300. Salt Lake City home values have gone up 13.6% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will rise 3.5% within the next year. Don't miss your opportunity to join this exciting and lucrative industry!
Join us for this event! Get your NMLS federal mortgage license with this one course. This is the class for your certification and training as a Loan Officer, Processor or Underwriter. This profession gives you an opportunity to work-from-home and set your own hours. A great full-time, part-time or supplemental income for you and your family!
Register Early! Classes fill up quickly!
Class is taught by Corey Moser. He is the President of Aspen Hills Mortgage and Mortgage Professionals Academy. He is recognized by Zillow as a Top Producer in the industry. He shares insight, tools and resources with his students of his more than 20 years of success. He is recognized throughout the industry for his knowledge, humor, success and expertise. The testimonials of the course can be found here.
"Corey is down to earth. He teaches what you need to know and helps you to understand the whys. With a great amount of experience in the field you can trust this guy knows his stuff. I really enjoy his live classes, they’re not boring! Thanks Corey for the guidance and support on my journey in becoming a Mortgage Loan Officer!" -- Vannessa Naeata.
You will be trained for success by the BEST in this exciting industry!
The five-day course completes the federal education requirement to obtain a Mortgage Loan Originator License (MLO). This is the NMLS Approved Course.
September 24th, 26th, October 1st, 3rd, and 8th from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM at Mortgage Professionals Academy, 2651 W South Jordan Parkway, South Jordan, UT 84095
How Are Loan Officers Paid?
Loan Officers are paid a commission for every loan they close. It is typical to earn commissions up to 1.50% of each loan amount. For example, a $359,300 loan x 1.50% = $5389.50.
More information available at www.mortgageprofessionalsacademy.com or call 800-746-1961
NMLS Course Provider ID: 1405031
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