Looking for loan officer training for earning your South Carolina loan officer license? Then you've come to the right place!
The Loan Officer Training Center offers South Carolina loan officer licensing training from approved South Carolina loan officer schools to help you earn your South Carolina loan officer license or South Carolina continuing education credits.
The Loan Officer Training Center offers webcast, in-person, self-study, and online loan officer training from state-approved loan officer schools to help you earn your South Carolina loan officer license.
South Carolina Loan Officer Licensing Requirements NMLS licensing training, also called SAFE Training, is mandatory in all states for individuals who originate mortgages*.
The Loan Officer Training Center offers the required NMLS licensing training for South Carolina in several formats, including via in-person, online, and webcast formats. Loan Officer licensing and continuing education requirements can vary by state, so make sure to verify your state's licensing requirements by contacting the office listed below.
State of South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs P.O. Box 5757 Columbia, SC 29250-5757 www.state.sc.us/consumer 803-734-4236
Find Training For Earning Your South Carolina Loan Officer License To find loan officer schools or self-study training for earning your South Carolina loan officer license, select from either the recommended courses below or select "NMLS Licensing" from the "Licensing/Designation" section of the search box located at the bottom of this page.
You've Earned Your South Carolina Loan Officer License. Now What? Once you've earned your license, you will need additional training for:
The various types of mortgages (FHA, VA, Conventional, Reverse)
Handling specialty transactions like Loan Modifications, 203ks, Foreclosures, and REOs
What to do with Credit Reports - especially if they come back bad!
How to work with - generate leads from - Realtors, Builders, and Accountants
How to market your business to consumers to generate mortgage leads!
To help address these issues, the Loan Officer Training Center offers a vast array of training programs covering the topics listed above plus about a zillion more! Simply click any of the recommended courses below or use the search box at the bottom of this page to find your desired training - and good luck in your career!
#1 FHA training course in the country! Used for state continuing education in all 50 states, and even used to train HUD FHA staff! This 280-page training manual and CD resource guide comes with FREE UPDATES FOR LIFE!
This course gives you specialized training on how to utilize 203k loan programs and to market yourself as your area's 203k Consultant where you can hire yourself out to either explain what to do or charge a higher fee to do the work yourself.
With this training, you'll learn how to complete the necessary paperwork for submission to your lender, and how to build a business around the 203k and related loan programs.
Our FHA Ultimate Sales Tools CD is invaluable for developing marketing strategies, tactics, and skills needed to get, package, and close FHA loans. Includes the sought-after Power Point Realtor Presentation and a the most recently recorded live FHA Training Webinar for LO's. You'll learn how to structure FHA loans, how to package FHA loans, how to present the FHA application documents to customers, how to work with the credit report, and where to find FHA referral sources. You'll walk away with information you can apply immediately.
* Most states make exceptions from having to pass their NMLS Licensing course for direct lenders. We recommend verifying your state's licensing and continuing education requirements with the office listed at the top of this page. For more information on the NMLS licensing, go to NMLS Licensing Details
This information provided is based on state laws and regulations, and is subject to change. While TrainingCenter makes every effort to make sure this information is current and accurate, it is not engaged in rendering legal or professional advice, and shall not be held responsible for inaccuracies contained herein.