White House threatens to veto TRID grace period bill

White House threatens to veto TRID grace period bill

Calls hold harmless period ‘unnecessary delay’

Mortgage applications skyrocket more than 25%

Big pre-TRID rush boosted final week of September

Is it OK to gatecrash a Realtor’s open house?

Yes, but only if you follow this Reddiquette

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House to vote on TRID grace period Wednesday

Would formally extend it until Feb. 1, 2016
Congressional sources tell HousingWire that the House will consider H.R. 3192, the Homebuyers Assistance Act, sponsored by Rep. French Hill, R-Ark., Wednesday afternoon. The industry says it's badly needed. Will it pass and will it be enough?
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Housing experts explain September's hot mess jobs report

There may be a few slivers of silver lining buried in the storm cloud
Earlier Friday the September employment situation report from the Census Bureau showed new job creation cratering to a weak 142,000, and while the whole report is a hot mess, there are a few buried bits of potentially good news in the data points. Want to know what they are?
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Mortgage industry to CFPB: Stop normalizing bad data

Fix the consumer complaint database, industry says
The mortgage finance industry is still not happy with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and its consumer complaint narrative database, which publishes unvetted and unverified anonymous complaints against specific companies. Want to know more? Of course you do.
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NAFCU posts its regulatory relief “top 10” wish list

Credit unions struggling in post-Dodd-Frank world
The director of regulatory affairs for the National Association of Federal Credit Unions has sent a letter to the National Credit Union Administration urging the agency to undertake promised and much needed regulatory relief. The post-Dodd-Frank world ain't easy. Read on.
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NAFCU urges the FHFA to leave the conforming loan limit alone

Housing still “vulnerable to any drastic market changes”
The National Association of Federal Credit Unions is urging the Federal Housing Finance Agency to keep the conforming loan limit at its current level and not drop it below the current baseline rate of $417,000 because the market isn't strong enough yet. What do you think?
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