Education for Mortgage Brokers and Mortgage Agents
Any person who wishes to engage in any activity meeting the statutory definition of “mortgage broker” or “mortgage agent” with respect to residential or commercial property is required to fulfill certain education requirements under NRS 645B.
Education for Initial Licensure Any applicant for an initial license as a mortgage broker or mortgage agent must complete at least 30 hours of pre-licensure education (PE) in approved courses from the subjects set forth in NAC 645B.363.
The required pre-licensure education (PE) can be accessed through the NMLS website.
Education for Continuation of Licensing
To satisfy the requirements for continuing education (CE) provided for in NRS 645B.051 or 645B.430 , a mortgage agent or mortgage broker must complete at least 10 hours of approved courses of continuing education during the 12 months immediately preceding the date on which the license expires.
The required continuing education (CE) coursework can be accessed through the NMLS website.
If you have any questions about any education requirements, please contact the Division of Mortgage Lending at (702) 486-0782.