Forms and Applications

Form Number Form Title Revised Format
  California Financial Information Privacy Act    
  CRMLA Application: An application for a License under the California Residential Mortgage Lending Act should be filed through the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS).    
  Notice to Residents of Foreclosed Property - Required by SB 1137 (Perata - Chap. 69, Stats. 2008) 03-13 PDF
250.61 Statement of Citizenship, Alienage, and Immigration Status for Application of Department of Corporations License or Certificate 05-17 PDF
DBO BC 8018 CRMLA Request for Live Scan Service - Applicant Submission 05-17 PDF
DBO-MBL 1950.122.2 Notice of Officers, Directors, Partners, "Control" Persons, Managers, Members, Trustees and Employees of a Residential Mortgage Lender, Residential Mortgage Lender and Servicer or Residential Mortgage Loan Servicer 05-17 PDF
DBO MBL 1950.122C Notice of Fingerprint Processing Requirements under the California Residential Mortgage Lending Act 05-17 PDF
DBO OLP AB 2666 Exemption for Employees of Certain Bona Fide Nonprofit Organizations 08-13 PDF
HDN-1
2018 Holden Act Report (HDN-1) Instructions and Forms
01-19 PDF
Translations:
  • Translated Residential Mortgage Loan Forms and Pre-Foreclosure Notices

    Reporting

    2018 Annual California Residential Mortgage Lending Act Report – Due March 1, 2019

    Licensees under the California Residential Mortgage Lending Act (CRMLA) are now able to complete their 2017 CRMLA Annual Report electronically.  Instructions for completing the annual report were sent to each licensee’s designated email address on January 20, 2018. Reports must be submitted online using the unique link included in the e-mail. The instructions also include a link to a blank paper copy of the report to help you compile the information and prepare to file the online form. The report must be filed by all CRMLA licensees by March 1, 2019.

  • 2018 CRMLA Annual Report Notice

    Residential Mortgage Loan Report (Holden Act Report) for Calendar Year 2018 – Due March 31, 2019

    Specified DBO-licensed lenders must file their 2018 Residential Mortgage Loan Report by March 31, 2019. The report is mandated by the state’s Housing Financial Discrimination Act of 1977, known as the Holden Act.

    Mortgage Call Report

    Due 45 days after the end of each quarter.  Every licensee must file the Mortgage Call Report on NMLS each quarter.  Please refer to the NMLS Resource Center.

    Audited Financial Statements, Due within 105 days of end of fiscal year:

    • The licensee must submit audited financial statements within 105 days of the end of its fiscal year.  The audited financial statements must document that the licensee maintains tangible net worth of $250,000 and must be posted on the NMLS.   See Submitting Financial Statements on NMLS.

     

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