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Continuing Education Courses

Take charge of your MLO career with our comprehensive
national SAFE Act-compliant Continuing Education courses.

National Mortgage Continuing Education

All of our Mortgage Continuing Education courses are Online Self-Study, or OSS, giving you the ability to complete your Continuing Education requirements at any time and from anywhere.

Beginning 1/1/22, all MLO courses will be temporarily unavailable while we seek approval from NMLS for our 2022 courses. Thank you for your patience.

What is Mortgage Continuing Education?

Continuing Education consists of the courses required for retaining your mortgage license. We offer innovative and engaging national courses to keep you at the top of your game.

Mortgage Essentials

Mortgage Essentials is our content hub of free resources for Mortgage Loan Originators, Mortgage Brokers, and all mortgage lending professionals, created for your long-term success by our team of industry experts.

Interactive Learning Management System

Our custom learning system was designed with you in mind, with simple navigation, clear course progress, and a streamlined experience to help you maintain your license.


Each course is approved by the Nationwide Multistate Licensing System & Registry (NMLS), so you can be certain that you're learning what you need to succeed and completing your Continuing Education requirements with an approved course provider.

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Mortgage Essentials

Pre-Approval Questions Lenders Can't Ask You
by The CE Shop Team

The mortgage pre-approval process requires lenders to ask specific questions of prospective homebuyers, but some topics are off-limits. What can’t lenders ask?

How to Refinance Your Home
by The CE Shop Team

With mortgage rates continuing to hover around 3%, it’s a good time to look into refinancing. But what is refinancing, and why should you consider doing it?

2022 Mortgage Predictions
by The CE Shop Team

Throughout 2021, we saw many records broken in the mortgage industry. What can we expect from interest rates in the coming year, and why might rates rise?