Get Dual-Licensed as a Real Estate Agent & Mortgage Loan Officer:

what realtors should know

How to Get Licensed

Getting licensed as a mortgage loan officer is a fairly straightforward process and shouldn’t be too challenging for most realtors. Specific requirements vary by state, but getting licensed typically requires completing 20 hours of pre-license education, passing a national exam, and fulfilling other state-specific requirements. This process can be completed in as little as a week.

Provide a Better Experience for Your Clients

Acting as a loan officer allows you to provide an end-to-end service to your clients that you own the entire way through. You’re now a one-stop shop from helping them structure and execute their home search, to getting the home financing that is right for them. It helps build trust, reduces the amount of people involved in a transaction and streamlines the mortgage process. You’re in control!

Increase Your Commission Per Transaction

By becoming a licensed mortgage loan officer, you can now also earn commission from processing and closing mortgage loans for your clients. This dual revenue stream allows you to increase your earnings from each client transaction with limited extra effort necessary on your end.

Leverage Existing Technology and Teams

By partnering with an existing mortgage provider, you can leverage their platform, lender relationships, tech and team to make processing and closings loans easy. That way, it never feels like you’re doing multiple jobs at once and you have everything you need to successfully provide your clients with home financing. Click here to learn about using Morty’s platform.

Overall, getting licensed as a mortgage loan officer opens up numerous opportunities for realtors and allows you to provide a seamless, end-to-end experience for your clients.

Contact us to learn more about getting licensed and unlocking the benefits of dual licensing as a realtor and loan officer.