The State of Maine, Department of Professional & Financial Regulation, Consumer Credit Protection, through the National Mortgage Licensing System, is tasked with the licensing of residential mortgage supervised lender, mortgage loan brokers, mortgage loan originators. The Maine Revised Statutes, Consumer Credit Code, Title 9-A, Article 2, Part 3 defines the licensing of mortgage loan brokers, mortgage supervised lenders and mortgage loan originators and the surety bond requirement.
The premium that you pay for a Maine Mortgage Loan Originator Surety Bond is dependent on credit.
The State of Maine requires mortgage loan originator licenses to be renewed by December 31 of each year.
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