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California Association of Mortgage Professionals

SAN GABRIEL VALLEY

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Continuing Education for NMLS

NMLS 8 Hour Continuing Education Including 1 Hour of CA DBO with David Luna from Mortgage Educators!

This year, we have TWO class dates available: August 8th and November 5th! CAMP Members get a $10 discount!

Click here to register for August’s class!

Click here to register for November’s class!

What is CAMP?

The California Association of Mortgage Professionals was established in 1990 by mortgage professionals throughout the state. Today, CAMP's members total more than 4,000 mortgage professionals and affiliated service providers across California.

Mortgage professionals are consumer advocates in the mortgage selection process, helping home buyers to pre-qualify, select a mortgage loan, and complete escrow. By linking with banks, other financial institutions, and private lenders, mortgage professionals offer consumers access to a wide range of choices as they select the right mortgage for their needs.

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The California Association of Mortgage Professionals (CAMP) is a nonprofit, professional trade organization consisting of licensed real estate brokers, salespersons, and affiliated lenders whose primary business is assisting consumers in obtaining personal and commercial real estate financing, and brokering mortgage loans. The Association is organized into 19 regional chapters throughout California. Each chapter is governed by a local board of directors and volunteer members, and holds regular meetings and various activities for its members. CAMP members meet frequently throughout the year at forums, such as the Association's Annual Convention and Sales and Marketing Conference, held in different parts of the state.

Since its formation in April 1990, CAMP’s membership has grown to more than 4,000 mortgage professionals statewide. This growth reflects the mortgage broker’s increasingly prominent participation in real estate finance. In a 1997 survey conducted by the California Association of Realtors, it was reported that mortgage professionals are involved in 80 percent of all purchase money transactions in California. In addition, reliable estimates suggest that there are as many as 10,000 mortgage professionals in California. As the largest association representing mortgage professionals, CAMP anticipates further growth.