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Florida Mortgage License and Education Information

  The Office of Financial Regulation, Department of Banking and Finance regulates the Florida State Mortgage Broker Licensing.

According to the definition, an individual person who acts as an associate for either a licensed mortgage broker business or any lender licensed under Chapter 494, F.S. A licensed mortgage broker is authorized to solicit mortgage loans on behalf of a borrower, to accept an application, and to negotiate terms and conditions of a mortgage loan on behalf of a lender.

Section 494.0033, F.S., requires any person applying for a mortgage brokerage license after July 1, 1992, to have completed twenty-four (24) hours of classroom education prior to becoming licensed. The curriculum for the education shall cover primary and subordinated financing transactions, the provisions of Chapter 494, F.S., and Chapter 3D-40, F.A.C., federal statutes which apply to the financing of real estate, current and accepted mortgage principles and technical information basic to the mortgage broker profession.

Qualifying hours may be obtained by attendance at a duly permitted and accredited Mortgage Business School or an accredited college, university, community college, or area vocational-technical school in this State which offers the twenty-four (24) hour mortgage brokerage training course. It is required that the applicant receive a passing score of 75 or greater on the examination.

A list of the Mortgage Business Schools offering accredited Continuing Education training can be found here.

To be eligible to receive compensation, a mortgage broker must be an associate of a Mortgage Brokerage Business and cannot be an associate of more than one Mortgage Brokerage Business at the same time. An associate mortgage broker can be an employee or an independent contractor and must prominently display his license in the office where he acts as a Mortgage Broker.

Each person desiring to obtain licensure as a mortgage broker shall apply to the Department by submitting the following:

  1. A completed Application for Licensure as a Mortgage Broker. The application must be completed and signed within thirty (30) days prior to receipt by the Department.
  2. The statutory, non-refundable application.
  3. A completed fingerprint card accompanied by non-refundable processing fee.
  4. Evidence that the applicant has completed the mortgage broker education requirements.

For more information, visit Bureau of Regulatory Review, Office of Financial Regulation.

       

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