All APLA members must adhere to and sign a Code of Conduct and be aware of Membership & Dues. APLA has two types of Members: Regular and Affiliate. APLA has a Membership Committee that screens and makes recommendations on all membership applications. APLA reserves the right to reject any application for membership.
Regular Members: any reputable individual who is an owner of, or employee of, a reputable entity whose primary business is the origination of private money loans secured by real estate located in Arizona and who has a license as (1) an Arizona Mortgage Broker, (2) an Arizona Mortgage Banker, (3) an Arizona Commercial Mortgage Banker, or (4) who is exempt by statute (e.g., life insurance company). The Member must be engaged in private money lending secured by real estate, as part of the Member’s business.
Affiliate Members: Any reputable individual who regularly works with private money lenders. The number of Affiliates is limited as determined by the Board of Directors. Examples of Affiliates are private investors, attorneys, accountants, appraisers, bankers, and employees of title companies who work with individuals in the private money lending business in Arizona. The Affiliates share all the privileges of Regular Members except that of voting.
July 1 – Sep 30: $200 first employee, $100 each subsequent
Oct 1 – Dec 31: $150 first employee, $75 each subsequent
Jan 1 – Mar 31: $100 first employee, $50 each subsequent
Apr 1 – Jun 30: Pay the annual dues for the upcoming year.
Every member of APLA is either the owner, responsible individual, or an employee of a company licensed and regulated by the
Arizona Department of Financial Institutions.