A license fee of $300 for the applicant’s principal place of business and $100 for each additional place of business for which a license is sought must be submitted with an application for license made before July 1 of any year. If application for a license is made on July 1 or thereafter, a license fee of $150 for the principal place of business and of $50 for each additional place of business must accompany the application. Each license remains in force until surrendered, suspended, or revoked. If the application for license is denied, the original license fee shall be retained by the State in reimbursement of its costs of investigating that application.


The Federal Housing Finance Agency provides supervision, regulation, and housing mission oversight of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and the Federal Home Loan Banks. DCHFA provides annual reports and summaries for investor interests. DCHFA has many programs to help current and prospective homeowners.

We can provide you with more benefits than dealing with the bank directly.

It plays a huge role in supporting the business on a day-to-day basis. Experience working in a busy finance / billing department. Plus access to our annual STIP (annual company-wide bonus) scheme with an additional 10% of your salary.

  • We can shop around for the best deal on your loan.
  • Federal securities are available for almost every investment period.
  • The information in this directory is compiled from various sources and is subject to continual change.
  • Treasury via three different financing facilities, to provide critically needed support to Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae and the liquidity of the mortgage market.
  • The North Carolina Housing Finance Agency leverages public funds with private investments to finance affordable housing opportunities that move North Carolina, its economy, communities and citizens forward.