Select the “Apply For A License” button at the top of our homepage and select the license type in which you wish to apply for. That will redirect you to a webpage with more specific information regarding the application process.
To amend your pending application, follow these steps:
To amend your license, follow these steps:
License renewal dates, fees, and procedures may be different per license type. To know the specific information regarding your license renewal, click on the “Apply For A License” button at the top of our homepage and select the license type you hold. This will redirect you to a webpage that gives specific information regarding the renewal process.
Amendments for mortgage licensees are submitted through the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System at: http://mortgage.nationwidelicensingsystem.org/Pages/default.aspx
A company must be licensed as a Mortgage Broker or Mortgage Lender to conduct Loan Modifications, and the individual must be licensed as Mortgage Loan Originator. (Unless they can claim an exemption, such as a member of the FL Bar)
No. Section 494.00296(1)(c), F.S., states, when offering or providing loan modification services, a mortgage broker, mortgage brokerage business, mortgage lender, or correspondent mortgage lender licensed, or required to be licensed, under ss. 494.001-494.0077 may not solicit, charge, receive, or attempt to collect or secure payment, directly or indirectly, for loan modification services before completing or performing all services included in the agreement for loan modification services.
No, he will either need to leave the loans in the pipeline with the previous company, or complete them and then move to the new company. A loan originator cannot originate for two companies.
Please review Florida Statutes 494.00331 for loan originator and loan processor employment regulations.
Unless there has been some sort of legal final judgment against you, no collector should be contacting anyone besides you concerning a debt owed by you. (Florida Statutes 559.72(4)) For something of this nature, you can file a complaint with our office against the company.
The Chapter 560 Part II license is for businesses that wish to engage in the selling or issuing of payment instruments or in the activity of money transmitting.
In the state of Florida, “Payday loan” companies are defined as Deferred Presentment Providers.
Requirements to become a Deferred Presentment Providers
Contact the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation for information regarding warranty licensing.