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New - Jan. 13: NMLS / HUD Scorecard / CompBlog Wrap Up

By: Danielle Wright

CommentMonday - January 13, 2014

State agencies adopt uniform NMLS MLO test

Effective January 1st, four additional state agencies will no longer require mortgage loan originators (MLOs) to take a second state-specific test component when seeking licensure with their state agencies. The agencies are the Nevada Department of Business and Industry, New Mexico Financial Institutions Division, Puerto Rico Office of the Commissioner of Financial Institutions, and U.S. Virgin Islands Division of Banking & Insurance. The test, which was first made available on April 1, 2013, combines both the national and state testing requirements of the SAFE Act and streamlines the license application process for mortgage loan originators (MLOs) seeking licenses in multiple states.  For more information click here.

December Housing Scorecard

HUD and Treasury have released the December 2013 Housing Scorecard.  The agencies noted that since the beginning of 2012, the number of homeowners underwater has declined by 5.7 million and homeowners' equity has risen by 55 percent to $9.7 trillion, both "encouraging signs that the housing market recovery is providing millions of American homeowners with more economic security."   The announcement is here, and the Housing Scorecard is here

December Comp Blog Wrap Up

The Comp Blog Wrap Up is now available.  Please click here to access the December Wrap Up.






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