How many licensed loan origination companies operate in the USA?

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I am trying to get a the licensed and official number of loan brokers, mortgage originators, loan sales people there are either state by state or in the USA as a whole, and where I can find easy to access stats like these.



What’s the amount your in Hock for? What are your job prospect etc?

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    February 23, 2011 at 2:38 pm


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    Patrick G
    February 23, 2011 at 2:52 pm

    call the national assoc of realtors. Or try CAMB. there are about only 1/2 as many as there were a year ago and there are at least 3 times as many as there is going to be in a year.

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    Nicole W
    February 23, 2011 at 3:30 pm

    I graduated from the University of Southern California in May. With a generous University grant, a part time job, and student loans I was able to put myself through college (my parents were not in a position to help). I came out with 17,000 in subsidized (govt paid the interest while I was in school), 1,700 in a loan from the school (to pay for the added expenses of freshman year room and board which were required and more expensive than the apt I moved into later on), and 800 in credit card debt.
    I make 30 K a year as a Sales Assistant at a major television network. I live in Los Angeles. My rent is 800 a month, and with my car loan, car insurance, gas, etc., I was just making it on my salary. Because my students loans are due (and I was sick of eating every meal at home, shopping at thrift stores, worrying about overdrawing on my bank account), I had to take a second job tutoring to cover 200 in loan payments. I am paying off more than is required on my graduated plan, but if I stuck with my payment plan (payments spread over 15-20 years) I would have paid almost 10 K in interest.
    I work 12 hours a day 4 days a week and 6 hours on Saturday. My day job requires me to work overtime/stay late/take work home so that I can “earn the right to be promoted”, and I tutor about 15 hours a week. I am constantly exhausted, depressed, out of shape (no time to exercise), don’t have time to cook (its whatever I can eat at lunch or grab/microwave while driving from job to job, my apartment is a mess (because on Saturdays when I get home I’m exhausted and Sundays I usually am in bed with a headache all day). I haven’t been out with friends for more than 3 hours in the last month.
    If I can tough it out for 2-3 years, I can get promoted and I’ll see a huge jump in pay and responsibility. Right now, my job is horrible and I enter data/file all day/answer phones/get yelled at by clients all day. It’s depressing to waste the degree I worked so hard for.

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    February 23, 2011 at 3:48 pm

    I defaulted on my loans because I’ve been working part time for years. I finally get full time hours and start to get out of regular life debt, and the govt sold off my loans to collection agencies. One of my loans I was able to negotiate a good payment plan that I could afford, but the other one I’m having problems with. I make about 25k a year, rent is $ 400 for my half plus house bills, food, insurance, gas, and unpaid holiday, vacation, and sick days, and still trying to catch up with my old debt, I can’t afford the price they put on my other loan, which has jumped to 48k. I’m currently in the hole for about $ 400, and when I get out of that, I need to pay for my phone, then put a deposit on it so I can get it back up, pay off my hospital debt, pay off my library fines, pay back money I borrowed from my dad and a friend of mine, pay off the $ 650 car repair bill, and figure out what to do about my old credit card. Oh yeah, and pay for my own wedding. I’m not just bleeding out my money, I’m in full body hemmorage.

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