The Mortgage Bankers Association is moving its headquarters in Washington, D.C., says CEO John Courson. MBA is relocating to DuPont Circle in the nation’s capital, after reaching an agreement with CoStar Group for the sale of its old headquarters on L Street.

The association’s offices will be closed beginning Thursday, June 3, as it unplugs its technology, including phones and computers, and gears up at the new location, 1717 Rhode Island Avenue, NW.

Courson anticipates that the group’s email and website will be functioning on Friday, although the new office will remain closed until Monday, June 7. The telephone number and email addresses remain the same.