Welcome to the NMLS Resource Center
The NMLS Resource Center is the official gateway into the Nationwide Multistate Licensing System & Registry (NMLS) and provides users with tools, tips, news and updates.
NMLS Mortgage Industry Report for 2018 Q1 Released
The NMLS Mortgage Industry Report for the first quarter of
2018 is now available. Updates to the Money Services Businesses Fact Sheet and
Debt Collection Fact Sheet have also been posted. For all reports, including
updated Mortgage Call Report data, go to NMLS
NMLS Scheduled Maintenance to Affect Test Enrollments and Scheduling Saturday, June 30, 2018
Due to scheduled system maintenance, NMLS will be
unavailable to process test enrollments, schedule test appointments or post
test results Saturday, June 30, from 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. ET.
During this time, users will not be able to create test
enrollments, schedule test appointments or post test results.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Request for Agenda Items: Ombudsman Meeting at the 2018 AARMR Annual Regulatory Conference
meeting with the NMLS Ombudsman will be held Tuesday, July 31, 2018, from 9:00
a.m. to 12:00 p.m. ET, in conjunction with the 2018 AARMR Annual Regulatory Conference
in Boston, Massachusetts. Conference
registration is not required to attend the meeting. Suggested agenda items
regarding NMLS, state licensing, and/or federal registration will be accepted
until Monday, July 16, 2018.
who submit discussion items must attend the meeting to present their issue.
Agenda items can be submitted by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide the issue and any relevant information on your
company's letterhead. The meeting will be in-person only; there will be no
dial-in available. For more information on the 2018 AARMR Annual Regulatory
Conference, visit the conference website.
NMLS Publishes Updated Privacy Notice
An updated version of the NMLS Privacy Notice has been published.
Notice, which is reviewed and updated regularly, can be accessed
on the System Policies page of the NMLS Resource Center.
Washington State Department of Financial Institutions Begins Accepting Applications for Student Education Loan Servicers
As part of the implementation for
E2SSB 6029, the Student Loan Bill of Rights, Washington State Department of
Financial Institutions begins accepting applications from student education
loan servicers on July 16. Applicants will apply for a Washington Consumer Loan
license for the main office and a Washington Consumer Loan Branch license for
any additional locations conducting Washington State business. Click here to access the application checklist and
Minnesota Department of Commerce and Wyoming Department of Banking to Adopt Electronic Surety Bonds
Starting August 1, the state
agencies listed below will begin receiving Electronic Surety Bonds (ESB)
through NMLS for the license types listed below. See
the ESB Adoption Map and Table for a list of state agencies that have
also adopted ESB and required ESB conversion dates.
*Please note that this is a new
license type in NMLS, effective August 1.
Minnesota Department of Commerce
*Residential PACE Administrator
Wyoming Department of Banking
*Collection Agency License
North Carolina Commissioner of Banks to Receive New Electronic Surety Bonds in NMLS
Starting June 1, 2018, the North
Carolina Commissioner of Banks Office will begin receiving new and converted
Electronic Surety Bonds (ESB) through NMLS for the following license types. See
the ESB Adoption Map and Table for a list of state agencies who have also adopted ESB
and required ESB conversion dates.
Mortgage Broker License
Mortgage Lender License
Mortgage Servicer License
South Carolina Attorney General’s Office to Add Money Transmitter and Currency Exchange Licenses to NMLS on May 14, 2018
South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson has announced the newly formed Money Services Division will begin accepting applications for licenses to conduct money transmission and currency exchange services in South Carolina today, May 14. Frequently
asked questions and answers on the licensing process have been posted online. New applicants and existing licensees will be able to submit these records through NMLS.
Note: Any person conducting money transmission or currency exchange services in South Carolina as of May 25, who files an application no later than the close of business on June 29, may continue to do business in South Carolina while the application is being reviewed.
Click here for more information.