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email@example.comInformation herein is for educational purpose only
and is not meant to be a complete statement of all state mortgage
licensing requirements. Additional State and FHA mortgage licensing requirements
may be required. If you need further information, we would encourage you
to contact us directly.
Sheasby, founder of Integrity Mortgage Licensing, has worked with
numerous mortgage companies with licensing across the country. He has
managed multiple compliance departments for nationwide lenders and
brokers. His experience in mortgage licensing and other mortgage
regulatory compliance issues has given him the inside track for dealing
with the states.
Mortgage Licensing should be a very easy process. You should be able to send information on your company and owners to the state you want to do business in and within 30 days, you should be able to start doing business as long as the owners or officers of the company are not criminals, but that's just not the case. More and more every month, the states are coming out with new requirements. They all request something different, and if you don't provide exactly what they are looking for often the state will send the entire application right back to your office. Then when you provide them the rest of the information they request, you expect them to send the license within a couple weeks, but then there are new items they need. This can go on for months.
That's why you contact us. We have years of experience dealing with the states and usually know exactly what they want to see in the first place so you don't have to go back to them over and over and over again. We can reduce the time it takes to get your license and help you process the paperwork that can take hours to complete. Why do it yourself? Contact us today and we'll help you get your state mortgage broker or lender licenses while you keep doing what you do best...Originate loans!!!
So Go Ahead And Search for the State that you are interested in and see what the licensing requirements are. You can see if there are any changes coming soon or if the state requires a minimum net worth, surety bonds, or loan officer licensing. Then once you have a good idea of what states you want to do business in, give us a call or send us an email, and we'll start the process.