Individual Member Application

How to Apply for Membership: The membership application process is as easy as 1 – 2 – 3! Simply follow the steps below and you will be on your way to taking a positive step for yourself and your business.

MMLA's individual membership includes two different types of members:

  • Lender Member – Any individual who is employed with a company that is licensed to originate and service loans under the NMLS Safe Act rules. A Lender Member in good standing shall possess the right to vote, to serve on committees and serve as a committee chairperson, and will also is eligible to serve as an officer on the MMLA State Board of Directors.
  • Affiliate Member – Any individual not eligible for Lender or Partner membership type.  An Affiliate Member is employed with a company that provides goods and services to mortgage industry customers. Any Affiliate Member holding a CMB designation as established by the Mortgage Bankers Association, shall be eligible to be an officer of the Association.

Learn about Member Benefits

1. Select a MMLA Local Chapter

 Eastern Michigan - Flint/Saginaw Area
 Mid-Michigan - Lansing Area
 Northern Michigan - Traverse City Area
 Southeast Michigan - Metro Detroit
 Western Michigan - Grand Rapids Area

2. Contact Information

  Male
  Female
 Affiliate
 Lender
 Accounting
 Appraisal
 Association
 Commercial Bank
 Community Bank
 Compliance
 Consulting
 Correspondent/Warehouse Lender
 Credit Services
 Credit Union
 Education /Training
 Financial Planning
 Forms & Supplies
 Gov't
 Insurance
 Legal
 Marketing/Sales
 Media
 Mortgage Broker w/no warehouse lending
 Other Profession
 Private Mortgage Insurance
 Retired
 Technology
 Training
 Unemployed
 DIFS
 FDIC
 NCUA
 OCC
 Other
  Yes
  No

3. Agreement

The undersigned applicant hereby applies for membership in MMLA and affirms that the organization or individual accepts the professional standards and will conduct business in conformity with the purposes and canon of ethics of the Michigan Mortgage Lenders Association. The MMLA Board of Governors shall have authority to decide whether an applicant for membership is eligible to be a Member.

  I agree

Contributions, gifts, or other payments to MMLA are not tax deductible as charitable contributions for income tax purposes. However, they may be tax deductible as ordinary and necessary business expenses subject to restrictions imposed as a result of association lobbying activities. MMLA estimates that the non-deductible portion of your dues is 30%.

Please note: As a member of the MMLA, your name, address, phone number and email address information may be made available to specific membership groups and individuals upon request. Requests for the Published MMLA Member List must be made to the MMLA and a fee may be charged.

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