Mortgage Bankers Association of America

The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) is the national association representing the real estate finance industry, an industry that employs more than 280,000 people in virtually every community in the country. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., MBA invests in communities across the nation by ensuring the continued strength of the nation’s residential and commercial real estate markets; expanding homeownership and extending access to affordable housing to all Americans and supporting financial literacy efforts.
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National Association of Mortgage Brokers

Established in 1973, NAMB, is the only national trade association representing the mortgage broker industry. With members in all 50 states, NAMB promotes the industry through programs and services such as education, professional certification and government affairs representation. NAMB members subscribe to a code of ethics and best lending practices that foster integrity, professionalism and confidentiality when working with consumers. For more information visit

Connecticut Association of Realtors

Organized in 1920, the Connecticut Association of Realtors was formed to protect the rights of property ownership, to elevate the standards of real estate practice and to disseminate real estate information. The association is comprised of some 12,400 professional involved in all aspects of the real estate business. For more information visit

Connecticut Business and Industry Association (CBIA)

Working for a Better Connecticut, CBIA is the largest, most representative business organization in the state. Our members include businesses of all sizes from nearly all industries in Connecticut. We are the leading voice at the State Capitol and before regulatory agencies for policies that promote economic growth, a fiscally responsible state government, and a dynamic business climate. For more information visit

Connecticut Housing Finance Authority

CHFA is a quasi-government State agency that provides homeownership opportunities to low- and moderate-income families throughout the State. Qualified borrowers must fit the Authority’s criteria in order to participate in the program, including loan and income limits. Borrowers benefit from low interest rates, an easy lending process, and low down payments. It offers homeownership opportunities to those who might not benefit from conventional lending programs. For more information visit the CHFA web site at

Connecticut Housing Finance Authority Board of Directors

For more than four decades, the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) has been a leader in creating affordable housing opportunities for families and individuals in Connecticut. For more information visit

Connecticut Mortgage Bankers Association

CMBA protects and advances the interests of real estate finance professionals throughout Connecticut. It is the largest statewide organization devoted exclusively to mortgage banking and real estate finance. CMBA is dedicated to improving business operating conditions and to solving industry-wide problems. For more information visit