|American Mortgage Licensing - NMLS Experts|
American Mortgage Licensing provides expedited, nationwide approval services in the areas of mortgage lender licensing, mortgage servicer licensing, mortgage broker licensing and all other state finance licenses.
Our experience and relationships with the state mortgage licensing agencies will ensure that your application will be approved as quickly as possible. We guarantee your approval or your money back, simple as that.
We also provide foreign qualifications and registered agents for your corporation or LLC as well as prepare documents and filings for a new corporation or LLC.
Why Choose American Mortgage Licensing?
Click here to learn a little more about our company and how we stand out from the competition.
Nationwide Licensing Plan
Take advantage of our multi-state discounts and payment plan options, call our licensing experts today to learn how your company can become licensed nationwide. We walk you through the requirements for each state and help you determine what states are suitable for your company based on all of the state requirements.
Specific State Licensing
Have one or a few specific states in mind? Check out the requirements by clicking on the states at the bottom of the email and then contact us to start your application.
Contact Us Today!
Use the Contact Us form to request a customized proposal. We can also be reached at 469.688.8441 or by email at
How Much Will the entire Mortgage Licensing Process Cost?
We want you to understand exactly what you're paying for. This is why we created the Mortgage License Cost Calculator. Our calculator is easy to use and will provide you with a chart that breaks down all of your estimated costs. Don't be fooled by companies that don't provide you with a complete estimate of your total cost. You will end up paying more for services that you were unaware of.
What are the Mortgage License Requirements for Each State?
To learn more about the requirements for Brokers and Lenders in each state, be sure to click on the state links below. For a summary of every state, visit the Broker Requirements Summary or the Lender Requirements Summary.