The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) is committed to providing our members with unmatched value and unparalleled benefits. Whether it’s watching the marketplace, advocating on their behalf in Washington, D.C. and the states or keeping them apprised of important developments, it is our goal to protect our members and support their success.
We stand up for our members’ interests and speak for the entire real estate finance industry with one collective and strong voice - now and in the future.
You need to be part of our voice so that your company and your interests are represented.
MBA membership is not just about politics and regulatory changes; it is about setting your business up for long-term success. We provide you with the tools to survive and thrive – day in and day out.
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Need a Quick Glance? Download our membership benefits cheat sheet to see how it pays to be an MBA Member.
Select the appropriate category to access application and benefit information.
Regular - for businesses that regularly originate, service or invest in mortgage loans or other types of real estate finance instruments. Mortgage insurance and title companies that are national in scope are also considered regular members.
Associate - for businesses that provide support services or products to the real estate finance industry.
Other - for businesses or organizations that are eligible for membership but are located outside of the United States and/or are a not-for-profit.
Join fellow real estate finance companies and vendors by investing in communities, as a member, and discover what your MBA membership can do for you.
*MBA operates on a fiscal year that runs from October 1st through September 30th. Beginning in November dues are prorated as appropriate based on join date. From July 1st forward, dues are assessed for the next fiscal year but benefits are extended from the date dues are paid (up to 15 months of benefits for the 12 month rate).
MBA's long-term policy is that MBA membership is corporate. MBA membership does not extend to parent companies, subsidiaries, sister companies or divisions operating under a different entity name unless those entities also obtain MBA membership.