Acceptable Reasons for Refusing an Applicant
Documents Provided To Prospective Residents
In addition to the Statement of Policy which includes copies of the rules and rental agreement, you should provide the applicant the following:
Rental Application Procedures
-Rental Application Process
-The Rental Application Form
The 2011 Oregon Legislative Session has now reached the halfway point. MHCO has been successful in defeating a number of particularly bad pieces of legislation. We need to stay engaged and vigiliant as the Legislative Session moves to adjournment in late June.
The long awaited public hearing on HB 3183 - the bill to eliminate local preemption of rent control - was held yesterday morning. About 60-70 MHCO members showed up supporting community owners - the residents had about 10 people and could only muster five people to testify publicly in favor to the legislation. Six people testified on MHCO's behalf with several more waiting in the wings if needed. There were enough community owners to require an overflow hearing room.
Attached is a complete final status report of all the legislation MHCO tracked since January 2011. Overall it was a very successful legislative session for owners of manufactured home communities. Please feel free to contact MHCO if you have any questions.
Why is a mortgage loan originator (“MLO”) license required?
In 2008, the Federal government passed the Secure and Fair Enforcement for Mortgage Licensing Act (SAFE Act) that mandated that states begin licensing mortgage loan originators. The SAFE Act set the minimum licensing requirements that states must comply with in their licensing programs.
When is a MLO license required?