Texas Net Branch – Loan Officer and Branch Licensing Update

Net Branch  Update for Texas – Big changes for mortgage loan officers and branch managers As Texas completes the transition to the NMLS.

The Texas Department of Savings and Mortgage Lending issued a statement about the departments new rules for considering information in a loan officers credit report as part of the application process.

The department could deny a loan officer license if you have any of the following on your credit report.

  • Bankruptcies filed within the last 10 years;
  • Current outstanding judgments (except judgments solely as a result of medical expenses);
  • Current outstanding tax liens or other government liens;
  • History of and current collection accounts;
  • Foreclosures within the past three years;
  • Three or more accounts more than 90 days past due;
  • Multiple Social Security Numbers attached to the individual’s name;
  • Consumer provided comments;
  • No credit history for the individual;
  • Credit items the individual is appealing, if noted in the report; and
  • Outstanding child support.

According to the memo credit scores will not be part of the decision but the department “may look at systemic, long-term financial irresponsibility as a reason to further investigate the information received before a final licensing decision is made. No single item listed above will serve as grounds for ineligibility, but several will cause further investigation and each decision will be made on a case by case basis.

To read the memo CLICK HERE and read “Credit Check Processing through the NMLS – February 2010”

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One Comment

  1. Greg says:

    Where can I find the rules governing how banks are supposed to pay for branch expenses. I run a FHA call center for a bank and I was told that FHA requires the corporate head quarters to pay the rent, phone, utilities, etc. I’ve tried looking in http://www.HUD.gov but can’t locate it.

    Thanks,
    Greg

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