American Association of residential Mortgage Regulators

Protecting the American dream through effective mortgage supervision


New Mexico Financial Institutions Division Received Certificate of Mortgage Accreditation (7/8/15)

Statement by Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray on Know Before You Owe Mortgage Disclosure Rule (6/17/15)

AARMR's 26th Annual Regualtory Conferece Registration Opens (5/28/15)

Hawaii Division of Financial Institutions Earns Accreditation in Mortgage Supervision (5/4/15)

State Coordinating Committee (SCC) Annual Report 2014 (4/25/15)

Multi-Sate Mortgage Committee (MMC) Annual Report 2014 (4/24/15)

State Mortgage Regulators Take Action Against New Day Financial, LLC (4/13/15)

The Performance Standards Committees (PSCs) of NASCUS & CSBS Agrees to Implement Coordinated Accreditation Program (3/27/15)

State Regulators Propose Prudential Standards for Non-Bank Mortgage Servicers (3/26/15)

Virginia Bureau of Financial Institutions Receives Banking, Mortgage Supervision Reaccreditations (8/1/14)

Massachusetts Division of Banks Receives First Joint Bank, Credit Union, and Mortgage Supervision Accreditation (6/2/14)

Ohio Deputy Superintendent Niemi Named NMLS Ombudsman

New Hampshire Banking Department Receives Certificate of Mortgage Accreditation (2/24/14)

Idaho Department of Finance Received Certificate of Mortgage Accreditation (1/6/14)

CFPB Issues Final TILA/RESPA Mortgage Rule and "Know Before You Owe" Disclosure Forms (11/20/13)

Supervisory Framework Developed Between CFPB and State Regulators to Establish Foundation for State-Federal Supervision Coordination (6/14/13)

CSBS/AARMR Press Release: MMC Issues 2012 Annual Report to State Regulators (3/8/13)

MMC 2012 Annual Report (3/8/13)

CSBS/AARMR Statement on CFPB Mortgage Servicing Transfer Bulletin (2/20/13)

CSBS/AARMR Mortgage Examiner Training Now Available Online (1/18/13)

NMLS Ombudsman Publishes Communication Regarding Mortgage Call Report Filing for Licensees Impacted by Hurricane Sandy

State Mortgage Regulators Release SAFE Act Examination Guidelines


CONSUMERS: Please note that AARMR can not reply to complaints or provide advice regarding your mortgage or your mortgage company. If you have a complaint or concern regarding your mortgage, please contact your state regulatory agency. A list of state regulatory agencies can be found on the AARMR General Members