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Mortgage Loan Originators are individuals who are paid to assist borrowers with residential mortgage transactions by taking applications and offering or negotiating terms.
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Ten More States Adopt Uniform MLO Test

On July 1, the CSBS announced that ten additional state agencies will use the new National SAFE MLO test....more

CFPB Bulletin Supports Uniform State Test For Mortgage Loan Originators

On May 20, the CFPB issued Bulletin 2013-05, which clarifies that the Uniform State Test (UST) developed by the NMLS may constitute a qualified written test under the federal SAFE Act for state-licensed mortgage loan...more

CFPB issues guidance on Uniform State Test for mortgage loan originators

The CFPB has issued guidance that provides states may use the Uniform State Test (UST) developed by the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System and Registry (NMLSR) to satisfy the testing requirement of the Secure and Fair...more

CFPB Adopts Rules To Prevent Loan Originators From Steering Consumers Into Risky Mortgages

The CFPB has issued rules to prevent mortgage lenders from steering borrowers into risky and high-cost loans. According to the CFPB, the rules ban certain incentives that loan originators had to sell unsafe loans to consumers...more

Many States Switching to Uniform MLO Test

In 2013, three New England states will no longer require the state-specific test component for licensing mortgage loan originators (MLOs) due to the implementation of the new National SAFE MLO Test with a uniform state...more

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