State Legislative and Regulatory Resource Center
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MBA's engagement on state and local policy issues generally occurs in collaboration with state and local mortgage banking associations around the country. Thus, the State Legislative and Regulatory Resource Center is designed for state and local associations and mortgage banking professionals to stay abreast of state and local legislative and regulatory matters affecting the real estate finance industry.
The Resource Center serves as a central repository for MBA's state and local information and documents, including issue briefs and larger issue white papers, to issue-specific web pages and key public policy website links. The Resource Center's many tools are designed to not only assist state and local associations in providing value to their members, but also to leverage their members in the current advocacy discussions in their state. State and local association leaders are encouraged to bookmark this page, and to make suggestions to MBA for ways to improve its contents.
Key Resources for State MBAs:
Mortgage Action Alliance, Inc. (MAA) State Advocacy Resource Center
MBA's Key Issues
MBA State Legislative and Regulatory Committee Information and Enrollment
Mortgage Loan Officer Licensing Resource Center
Eminent Domain Resource Center
"Statement of Principles" on Homeowners Association Super Priority Liens
"Principles to Expedite the Foreclosure Process for Vacant and Abandoned Properties"
State and Local Mortgage Banking Association Websites
MBA State Data Sheets
Links to State Legislatures
Links to State Mortgage Banking Regulators (Agency Websites and Industry Licensing)
Links to State Policymaker Groups and Associations
2017 State Legislative Session Calendar
HOPE NOW: Quarterly Housing Reports by State
For more information, please contact Scott Nowak (MBA Associate Director of State Government Affairs).
State Legislative Database
Powered by KSE Focus, the database, an MBA member-only benefit, is a comprehensive online resource where MBA members can review state legislation twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.