In recent weeks, MAA members made a difference, sending thousands of messages to legislators warning of a provision in a housing bill that would give bankruptcy judges the ability to modify terms of a primary mortgage. Thanks in part to MAA members, a final vote on the bill in the House was delayed so that the bill could be rewritten.
To stay up to date, and as part of a Federal Election Commission requirement, we ask that MAA members renew their membership yearly. To do so quickly and easily, click on the following link: http://www.capitolconnect.com/mbaa/re_enroll.aspx . If you’ve never been a member of MAA and wish to join. (it’s free), click on http://www.capitolconnect.com/mbaa/default.aspx.
Membership in MAA is open to anyone in the real estate finance industry. Certified Mortgage Bankers (CMBs) and graduates of MBA’s Future Leaders program are particularly encouraged to join to bring their expertise to MBA’s grassroots advocacy efforts.
For more information, visit the MAA web site,http://www.mortgagebankers.org/Advocacy/MortgageActionAlliance .