How do I pursue mortgage broker training? Can I work from home?

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I am considering pursuing work as a mortgage loan broker. I have always been a very aggressive sales person when I worked in that field so I am confident I could do well at it. I am degreed and motivated but do not know where to begin. I’d like to work from home. I already have a home office set up. I have to be licensed in NY and need direction on how to begin. Any professional advice would be greatly appreciated! Thank you.

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    Kim
    May 1, 2011 at 3:16 am

    would really depend on your states requirements. For instance in the state of Texas you have to hold a real estate license for 18 months before you can become a broker.
    I would look on your states site- usually state insurance commissioner- Those sites will answer all of your questions and you will know what to do and how to do it within minutes.. Hope that helps.

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    robert w
    May 1, 2011 at 3:48 am

    C,
    candid answer is now isn’t the best time to get into a dying industry with other struggling starving loan brokers.
    u’d be surprised the # of l.b. we have applying daily for work and training.
    in the 80’s the S&L collapse drove most to other fields. u’d be luck to find 1 in 3000 who actually worked in the 80’s today..
    suggest reconsider – read ’48 days to work ulove’ d.miller see what ur skills would produce better income.

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