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Mortgage lenders want regulatory relief

QM, Dodd-Frank choking mortgage lending
Trey Garrison
Lenders say regulatory relief is needed, or else mortgage lending will continue to falter. Do you agree, or are they asking for another risky environment?
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NAFCU throws its support behind community lending regulatory relief bill

Bill would make NCUA study impact of risk-based capital proposal
Trey Garrison
Credit unions and smaller lenders need relief from proposed new regulations and rules on credit unions’ mortgage servicing assets, NAFCU says. Here's why.
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Mortgage Choice Act reintroduced in Congress

Bipartisan bill faces friendlier Senate environment
Trey Garrison
A bipartisan bill easing regulatory burdens on the mortgage finance industry was submitted to Congress today. Here's why it failed last Congress, and why it faces better prospects this time around.
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Trade groups balk at FHFA attempt to redefine Home Loan Bank membership

NAFCU urges withdrawal of proposed rule
Brena Swanson
The Federal Housing Finance Agency’s comment period for its proposed rule on the Federal Home Loan Bank officially ends Monday. And it appears the comments were not very positive.
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Mortgage banking industry weighs in support for single GSE bond

Common securitization platform? Yes, with caveats
Trey Garrison
A common securitization platform and a single GSE bond are coming soon enough from the Federal Housing Finance Agency, and while details are still under discussion, the mortgage banking industry is weighing in with their thoughts.
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Credit unions to Senate Banking: Enough is enough

Credit unions are being overregulated with burdensome rules
Trey Garrison
XCEL Federal Credit Union President and CEO Linda McFadden will tell the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday that “enough is enough” when it comes to the overregulation of credit unions, sources in Washington tell HousingWire.
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NAFCU responds to CFPB remittance transfer rule

Trey Garrison
The National Association of Federal Credit Unions issued the following statement in response to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s announcement Friday that it finalized its remittance transfer rule.
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Could the post office get into the mortgage business?

It’s not as crazy as you might think
Ben Lane

For consumers, having a little more choice in banking wouldn’t be the worst thing in the world. We’ve certainly seen what banks can do when left to their own devices. But on the other hand, it’s not like the post office is a bastion of economic excellence either.


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Financial trades oppose making unvetted CFPB complaints public

MBA, NAFCU say proposal would cause more harm than good
Trey Garrison
Two leading banking trade groups are not pleased with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s proposal to make public unverified consumer complaints against financial institutions.
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Castro’s confirmation as HUD Secretary met with industry approval

President Obama, others praise San Antonio mayor
Ben Lane
"I applaud the bipartisan majority of Senators who today confirmed Julián Castro as our next Secretary of Housing and Urban Development," President Obama said. "Julián is a proven leader, a champion for safe, affordable housing and strong, sustainable neighborhoods."
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