(a) A mortgage credit agreement containing at least the following statements to the borrower: The S.A.F.E. The Mississippi Mortgage Act (“SAFE Act”) is expected to be repealed on July 1, 2016. On April 6, 2016, Governor Bryant passed Senate Act 2504 (“S.B. 2504,” which takes up the SAFE Act and makes a number of substantial changes to safe act requirements that may be of interest to mortgage lenders, initiators, brokers and service providers operating in Mississippi. These changes take effect on July 1, 2016. Below is a summary of some of these changes. S.B. 2504 amends the continuing education requirements under the SAFE Act by reducing the number of hours of training a licensed mortgage lender each year from twelve to eight hours, and (2) removing the requirement that a licensed licensed bidder receive two hours of SAFE Act training per year. Each year, a licensed author must continue to undergo at least the following training: S.B 2504 adds four new types of events and clears a type of event that must be reported to the NMLS or the commissioner of the banking department. Within a fortnight of the appearance of one of the following new events, a licensed mortgage company must submit to the NMLS any applicable changes to disclosure issues or submit a written report to the Commissioner outlining the event and its expected effects on the company`s operations in the state: S.B. 2504 removes the requirement to register mortgage borrowers through the NMLS. Initiators must continue to be licensed through the NMLS. (h) a copy of the final signed application for a residential loan uniform.
However, any licensed mortgage licensee pursuant to the small Loan Regulatory Law, Section 75-67-101 and the Small Loan Privilege Tax Law, Section 75-67-201 and below, may replace an application that otherwise complies with federal and national law. The Safe Act is currently tasked by Mississippi`s Department of Banking and Consumer Services with adopting mortgage advertising rules to meet specific requirements. S.B. 2504 amends the SAFE Act to eliminate any of these requirements. As of July 1, 2016, the SAFE Act will no longer direct the Department of The Bank to adopt rules prohibiting a licensee from advertising his services in Mississippi in all media that are primarily broadcast in the state, whether printed or electronic, excluding the words “Mississippi Licensed Mortgage Company” or, if the original license was obtained after July 1, 2007. , the words “authorized by the Mississippi of Banking Department and Consumer Finance” (collective) , “disclosure of license identification”S.B 2504 also amends the signalling obligations under the SAFE Act. The SAFE Act currently provides that, outside of each main office and branch of the state, a permanent sign will be issued in a manner visible by the width, unless such signage is contrary to local regulations or restrictive agreements. This logo must currently contain the applicable disclosure of the license identification and the National Mortgage Licensing System and Registry (NMLS) Unique Identifier, which was issued on this authorized site. As of July 1, 2016, disclosure of the identification of licences is no longer required in this signage. The unique NMLS identifier must continue to be included in the signage.