Member Application

Dues renew on January 1st annually and are valid through December 31st.

Note: Active or Professional Membership is for companies involved in Mortgage Banking, Associate Membership is anyone involved in the Mortgage Banking industry but is not a Mortgage Banking company.

Active Membership ( $750)
Associate Membership ($750)
Individual Associate ($250)*
Individual Professional ($250)*
Small Business, 2-5 employees nationally, ($395)

*Please note individual memberships are not affiliated with a company.  The membership is held by the individual.  Therefore, companies are not eligible to participate in MMBBA events as a member, only the individual receives member benefits.  This includes exhibiting, member rates at events and sponsorship opportunities.

Please be sure to include the following items with your application:

  • Completed application (2 pages) which includes the names of two MMBBA Member sponsors
  • A check  (payable to the MMBBA) or complete charge card information for membership dues
  • If applicable, a copy of your firm’s Maryland mortgage Lender/Broker license

*In the event an applicant is new to the area and has not yet established local relationships, the applicant will be required to provide three (3) letters of reference from either associations/organizations in which the applicant is a member in good standing and/or with which the applicant has a current business relationship within the mortgage banking field.

  Active Membership ( $750)
  Associate Membership ($750)
  Individual Associate ($250)*
  Individual Professional ($250)*
  Small Business, 2-5 employees nationally, ($395)

Company Information

  Both Residential & Commercial


Please provide the name, company and phone numbers for two sponsors who are current MMBBA members in good standing:

Please note each membership application is based upon final approval from the Maryland Mortgage Bankers and Brokers Association Board of Governors.

Article VI of the By-Laws of the Maryland Mortgage Bankers and Brokers Association, Inc. Canons of Ethics and Standards of Practice

Section 1
General. The members of this Association are mindful that the soundness, usefulness, prosperity and future of mortgage banking depend upon the honor, integrity, fidelity and judgment of all personnel engaged in this business. Each member of this Association, and each applicant for membership in the Association, recognizes its responsibility in the administration and conservation of the obligation committed to them, and being conscious of the confidence placed in them, establish and pledge that they will observe and maintain standards of conduct in their dealings with the public and with other members of this Association which will in no way discredit the mortgage banking industry, the Association or its members.

Section 2
Members shall endeavor at all times to protect the public against fraud, misrepresentation or unethical practices in the mortgage banking field.

Section 3
Members shall charge fair and reasonable fees for their services based upon current market conditions.

Section 4
Members shall not quote to a prospective borrower, directly or through advertising, interest rates, loan amounts or other loan terms impossible or unlikely of realization, for the sole purpose of encouraging the submission of a loan application.

Section 5
Members will not condone or engage in or be a party to questionable real estate lending practices.

Section 6
Members shall maintain and identify trust and escrow funds in accounts separate and apart from personal or other business accounts.

Section 7
It shall be the duty of members to be well informed on the mortgage banking industry including current mortgage market conditions, government regulations and loan administration practices in order that they may be in a position to serve all parties concerned in a fair, intelligent and beneficial manner.

Section 8
Members will use only clear, simple, truthful and understandable statements in their advertising. A member shall not advertise financing terms which do not represent the terms generally available through its efforts, unless the advertising copy expressly sets forth the special qualifications pertinent to the financing terms advertised.

Section 9
Members shall hold inviolate any information given them in confidence by their clients. This shall not be construed to prohibit the use of the furnished data in the reasonable pursuit of the purposes for which such information was transmitted.

Section 10
Members shall ascertain all pertinent facts available concerning every loan or real estate transaction in which they are a part so that they may fulfill their obligation to avoid error, exaggeration, misrepresentation, or concealment of pertinent facts.

Section 11
Violations of and complaints concerning this Code of Ethics shall be filed with the Membership Committee as provided in Article III, Section 2 of these By-Laws.