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Our Mission

The VMBA is a non-profit association whose purpose is:
  • To promote the welfare of the mortgage lending industry in the State of Vermont and to
    improve its service to the community.
  • To encourage among its members sound and ethical business practices and methods in
    originating, marketing, and servicing mortgage investments.
  • To sponsor meetings for the discussion of issues concerning the real estate finance
    professional, and to provide a forum for new ideas related to the mortgage banking industry.
  • To inform members of changes in laws and of legislation affecting the real estate finance
    industry, and provide a platform from which members can express their views on practices
    and legislation affecting the industry.
  • To develop and encourage the education of industry personnel.
  • To inform the public about mortgage bankers, the residential and commercial services they
    render, and their positive effect on the economy.
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Thursday,April 16, 2015     9:00 - 12:00 SOLD OUT
Peoples United Bank, Burlington
NMLS Course #5207
An Overview of the new regulation and forms
with Cathy Parker Winter, Mortgage Training Solutions