Find the Answers to Your Loan Originator Education Questions
We are here to help! Here is a list of the most frequently asked questions about Texas Loan Originator education. If your questions are not listed below, or if you need additional help, please contact us!
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What are the Texas Requirements for Loan Originator?
You must complete the 20-Hour National component as well as the 3-Hour Texas component.
I am a licensed Loan Originator in another state. Do I have to take the 20-Hour National class?
No. If you are an active, licensed Loan Originator in another state, you will just need to complete the 3-hour class before taking the state exam.
What is the application fee?
Texas MLO License: $300
Recovery Fund: $10
License Filing Fee: $30
Criminal Background Check: $36.25
Sponsorship fee: $25
Credit Report Request: $15
What is the exam fee?
The Prometric exam fee is $110.00
I signed up for the online Loan Originator classes. Is there a time limit?
Yes. When you registered online, you selected a time frame. Your courses will need to be completed within that time frame window.
As of 3/17/2017, the NMLS renewal fee for Texas licensees is $70.00. The reinstatement fee is $30.00. Licensees will pay an additional annual processing fee, per license, to NMLS (Company-$100, Branch-$20, Individual-$30
Does Champions offer late CE?
Champions typically offers an 8-Hour Loan Late CE option via Learn Mortgage (Hondros), a third-party online education provider. If there is currently a Late CE option available, there will be a separate course listing on our Loan Originator Contuning Education page.