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Hawaii becomes the last state to join the NMLS

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Less than 34 months after its official launch, all 50 states have joined the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System and Registry (NMLS). Hawaii became the last state to join the NMLS, thereby ensuring improved supervision of non-depository mortgage lenders, brokers, and mortgage loan originators maintaining licensure through a single system shared by all state mortgage regulators.

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