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 State Licensing Requirements 

 
Company Licenses Description Requirements Checklist
Automated Teller Machine Operator License This license is required of any person, not exempt pursuant to Title 26C of the District of Columbia Municipal Regulations § 1800.2, who operates an automated teller machine or point of sale terminal in the District of Columbia, shall obtain a license from the District of Columbia Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking (DISB).
Check Casher License This license is required of any person not exempt pursuant to D.C. Official Code § 26-303, that engages in the business of cashing checks shall obtain a license from the District of Columbia Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking (DISB). (More Details)
Exempt Company Registration This registration will become available in NMLS February 19, 2016.
Money Lender License This license is required of any person, firm, voluntary association, joint-stock company, incorporated society, or corporation, not exempt by D.C. Official Code § 26-912, engaging in the business of loaning money upon which a rate of interest greater than 6% per annum is charged on any security of any kind, direct or collateral, tangible or intangible, shall obtain a license from the District of Columbia Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking (DISB) (More Details)
Money Transmitter License This license is required of any person not exempt pursuant to D.C. Official Code § 26-1003, that engages in the business of money transmission shall obtain a license from the District of Columbia Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking (DISB). (More Details)
Mortgage Broker License This license is required of any sole proprietor or entity that, for compensation or gain, or in the expectation of compensation or gain, directly or indirectly accepts or offers to accept an application for a mortgage loan, solicits or offers to solicit a mortgage loan on behalf of a borrower, or negotiates or offers to negotiate the terms and conditions of a mortgage loan on behalf of a lender. (More Details)
Mortgage Dual Authority License This license is required of any sole proprietorship or entity that engages in mortgage lending and mortgage brokering activity involving residential property in the District of Columbia. (More Details)
Mortgage Lender License This license is required of any sole proprietorship or entity that makes a mortgage loan to any person; or engages in the business of servicing mortgage loans for others or collecting or otherwise receiving mortgage loan payments directly from borrowers for distribution to any other person. (More Details)
Retail Seller and Consumer Sales Finance License This license is required of any person or company engaged in the District in the business of: 1) selling consumer goods or services involving retail installment transactions; or, 2) regularly purchases retail installment contracts or evidence of indebtedness arising from retail installment transactions. (More Details)
Branch Licenses Description Requirements Checklist
Automated Teller Machine Operator Branch License This license is required of each branch location of a licensed automated teller machine operator, not exempt pursuant to Title 26C of the District of Columbia Municipal Regulations § 1800.2, shall obtain a license from the District of Columbia Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking (DISB).
Check Casher Branch License This license is required of each branch location of a licensed check casher, not exempt pursuant to D.C. Official Code § 26-303, that engages in the business of cashing checks shall obtain a license from the District of Columbia Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking.
Money Lender Branch License This license is required of each branch location of a licensed money lender, not exempt by D.C. Official Code § 26-912, engaging in the business of loaning money upon which a rate of interest greater than 6% per annum is charged on any security of any kind, direct or collateral, tangible or intangible, shall obtain a license from the District of Columbia Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking (DISB). (More Details)
Mortgage Broker License (Branch) This license is required for all offices other than the main office from which a mortgage broker licensee wishes to engage in mortgage brokering activity involving residential property in the District of Columbia. (More Details)
Mortgage Dual Authority License (Branch) This license is required for all offices other than the main office from which a mortgage dual authority licensee wishes to engage in mortgage brokering and mortgage lending activity involving residential property in the District of Columbia. (More Details)
Mortgage Lender License (Branch) This license is required for all offices other than the main office from which a mortgage lender licensee wishes to engage in mortgage lending activity involving residential property in the District of Columbia. (More Details)
Retail Seller and Consumer Sales Finance Branch License This license is required of Each branch location of a licensed retail seller or sales finance company, engaging in the District of Columbia (District) in the business of: 1) selling consumer goods or services involving retail installment transactions; or, 2) theregularly purchasing retail installment contracts or evidence of indebtedness arising from retail installment transactions. (More Details)
Individual Licenses Description Requirements Checklist
Mortgage Loan Originator License This license is required of any person who, on behalf of a District of Columbia mortgage lender, mortgage broker, or mortgage dual authority licensee, takes a residential mortgage application; offers or negotiates terms of a residential mortgage loan; or solicits or offers to solicit a mortgage loan on behalf of a borrower for compensation or gain.
 

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