FAQ on VMLA Membership
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Blue Ridge Mortgage Lenders Association - $100 per year
Northern Virginia Mortgage Lenders Association - $100 per year
Peninsula Mortgage Bankers Association - $100 per year
Richmond Mortgage Bankers Association - $200 per year
Tidewater Mortgage Bankers Association - $200 per year
The Legislative Committee is tasked with influencing policies and laws related to the mortgage industry, in order to help better serve the mortgage lender as it relates to regulation for all VMLA members.
The Member Services Committee was formed to meet the needs of potential and existing VMLA members. It solicits new members, reviews all membership applications, updates and verifies membership records, works with the local chapters in dealing with membership issues and assists members and potential members with any questions they may have.
VMLA has several member committees who carry out important functions for the association. If you would like to get involved and make a difference, follow the "Join committee" email links below or get in touch with the Board of Directors
The Education Committee coordinates the efforts of the education program; and to provide educational opportunities as needed. This year the committee will be planning the Lending & Real Estate Compliance Conference in March.
In an effort to maintain a high quality of professionalism at our events and chapter meetings, we ask the our members and guests refrain from recruiting.
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Dues payments to VMLA and contributions to VAMPAC are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. Donations to VAMPAC are used to support candidates for public office in Virginia. Contributions are voluntary, and refusal to contribute does not affect membership rights. The portion of dues paid by a member to an organization that conducts lobbying is also not deductible based on the ratio of total lobbying expenses to total dues revenue (currently 15%).
The mission of the Convention Committee is to provide a forum for effective exchange of knowledge, trends, ideas, practices and innovations related to the mortgage profession, as well as facilitate a proficient outreach to vendors and suppliers of mortgage related services and products for usage by VMLA members.