Massachusetts Mortgage Loan Originator Bond
Mortgage Loan Originators must be covered under a surety bond in the amount based on the loans originated. Licensees that are the employee or exclusive agent of a person subject to the existing bond requirement may be able to use their employers bond to fulfill this requirement. Mortgage lenders must obtain a bond in the amount no less than $100,000 under current regulations. The amount of the lenders aggregate loans are what regulate the amount of the bond, and it must be capped at $500,000. Under the new law the Commissioner of Banks is authorized to promulgate regulations to implement the bond requirement. This law became effective as of July 31, 2009.
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