The Georgia Dept. of Banking and Finance has a press release today that states the Dept. will allow Mortgage Loan Originators (MLO's) to continue working unlicensed until end of business July 31, 2010.
That's a relief, because this will allow those MLO's that may have one or another issue concerning license approval a bit of extra time to get things straightened out before the deadline. I was told by more than one party that the deadline was June 30. The extra 30 days should be good news to all MLO's.
If you are a MLO who is currently working with a Georgia licensed bank (non FDIC) or mortgage broker but you did not meet the April 16, 2010 MLO application deadline, the Georgia DBF will process your application on a First Come, First Served basis. This could be a potential problem, because after July 31st, you will not be able to originate until your licensed is approved...
Moral of this blog - Get your MLO applications in as soon as possible !! There appears to be a little more time available to get it done, without a lapse in employment and compensation.
Otherwise your going to have to allow others with licenses to originate your deals...
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