Starting a mortgage business of your own
by AlexBrown03
 Mortgage Guru
Aug 29, 2012 | 11 views | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

The way in which you may be able to start a mortgage business varies as per the requirements and the laws of the different states. So, it is important for you to learn how you can start a mortgage business either from a mortgage broker or any person close to you involved in mortgage business. In addition to this, it is also important for you to be aware of the state laws. In addition to starting a business and establishing an office for yourself, you should also be able to create a website based on this business. Include some important and relevant content within the website and in addition include a mortgage refinance rates too. This is going to help you with getting more customers.

Starting a mortgage business

In order to start a mortgage business, you will be required to:

  • Develop a mortgage business plan – In order to start any kind of business, it is important for you to design a business plan. So, if you have decided to start a mortgage business, it is important for you to develop a mortgage business plan. This is supposed to include what kind of mortgage you are going to specialize in, the office details, the computer leases, details of the employees and the payrolls, etc.

  • Talk to office that deals with mortgage licenses – You will be required to talk to the office that deals with mortgage licensing (particularly of your state). You may be able to get the proper application requirements from this office itself. The application fee may vary in between $1,000 and $2,000 and this fee in general is non-refundable.

  • Check your credit report and the credit reports of business partner – It is important for you to check your own credit reports and the credit reports of the partners in business (if any). If you have poor credit, your application for starting a licensed mortgage business may get rejected.

  • Check state guidelines and list the assets you have – In addition to checking the guidelines of the state you are in, you will be required to list down the assets you have. In some states the agencies prefer people who have around $20,000 to $30,000 with regards to the assets.

  • Get attorney or accountant or your business – You will be required to get an attorney for your business or an accountant. This can also be the requirement of your state as this helps you with sticking to the rules in your area.

  • Start with loan origination – At the last, you will be required to start originating the loans. Approval of your application for the business comes in your mail. This also provides for all of the paperwork that the clients will be required to fill up during a home loan application.

So, these are the things that you will be required to do in order to start your mortgage business and that too of your own.

 

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