About TMBA


Founded in 1917, the Texas Mortgage Bankers Association has provided leadership, legislative advocacy, and education to the real estate finance industry. We promote fair and ethical lending practices among real estate finance professionals through a wide range of programs. As the oldest and largest statewide MBA, our mission is to advance Texas mortgage banking and serve the mutual interests of our members who support Texas' annual $100-plus billion mortgage market.


Since 1917, members of the Texas mortgage banking community have turned to Texas Mortgage Bankers Association for its leadership in industr education, legislative initiatives and peer interaction. Today, TMBA's purpose is still to serve the mutual interests of its members in order to preserve, enhance and advance the mortgage banking and real estate finance business in the State of Texas.

In its effort to advance the Texas real estate finance industry, TMBA supports the highest professional and ethical standards of business among its members while promoting development and prosperity among the industry as a whole. TMBA members include mortgage lenders; mortgage brokers; real estate finance service providers such as title companies, private mortgage insurance companies, and other real estate insurance providers; attorneys, etc.

The association serves as the "eyes and ears" of the Texas real estate finance industry by keeping its members informed of best practices and current market developments. Additionally, TMBA assures its membership a political presence in the state legislature. The association is prepared to represent the interests of its members at any hearing on state legislation or with any regulatory agency that may affect the real estate finance business in Texas.

TMBA aims to meet the educational needs of its membership by providing up-to-date information on new publications and the development of instructional courses that expand the scope of mortgage banking. An annual seminar and convention, as well as other workshops and programs scheduled throughout the year, provide members and other attendees with a forum for sharing information and ideas with their peers throughout the state and nationwide.

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