The State of New Jersey
NJ Department of Banking and Insurance


Please Note:

The online annual reporting system will be available on or about February 3, 2020. All licensees will be receiving notifications on how to access the system by mail. All annual reports will be due May 1, 2020.

If you have any questions, please contact Consumer Finance Assessments.


Submission of the annual report is an essential component of the Department's funding mechanism. Therefore, failure to file your online annual report may result in significant fines and penalties.

The Department recommends downloading and printing the 2019 Annual Report Worksheet (at right) before completing the online report.

If you have any questions about filing your annual report, please call Consumer Finance Assessments at 609-292-7272

Thank you in advance for your cooperation in this important matter.
Annual Report Worksheet
Residential Mortgage Broker (PDF)
File Your Annual Report
Annual Reports

Will a residential mortgage broker be required to file an annual report?

A residential mortgage broker is required to file an annual report with the Division of Banking. The report must be filed for the period of January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019.

Are any questions on the annual report new to licensees who previously filed annual reports?
For residential mortgage brokers, it is important to pay particular attention to

  • Net worth requirement
  • The total number of applications taken
  • The dollar volume of closed loans
  • Surety Bond requirement

Information must be collected from 1/1/19 through 12/31/19 for New Jersey business and maintained to complete the annual report.

Is there a filing deadline for the annual report?
All annual reports must be filed no later than May 1, 2020 for the January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019 reporting period. Annual reports are expected to be filed electronically over the Internet through the State's secure web site.

What is the penalty for filing the annual report late?
If the filing of the annual report is late, you may be subject to a late penalty of $100 for each day the annual report filing is late, and are subject to suspension or loss of license. The Division of Banking MUST have report information on ALL licensees in order to properly assess and bill all licensees.

Do the NMLS filing requirements eliminate the DOBI Annual Report filing requirement?
No. The NMLS Mortgage Call Report and Annual Financials must be completed on the NMLS site. This is in addition to the DOBI Annual Report filing requirement.

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Contact Information For licensing questions:
NJDOBI License Services, Banking
PO Box 473
Trenton, NJ 08625
For annual report, assessment questions:
NJ Department of Banking and Insurance
PO Box 040
Trenton, NJ 08625
E-mail: Consumer Finance Assessments
609-940-7649 (S. Davis)
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