EXCLUSIVE: Morris Schneider Wittstadt officially files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

EXCLUSIVE: Morris Schneider Wittstadt officially files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

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MBA, NAR, industry trade groups weigh in on TRID delay

The industry got their delay
Brena Swanson
The industry pleaded for a delay, and they got a delay. The industry quickly welcomed the news, but that doesn’t mean they are fully satisfied.
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TRID, discrimination and accountability: The appalling CFPB double standard

“Do as we say, not as we do”
Trey Garrison
Let me say what a whole lot of people are thinking: This is emblematic of the ongoing hypocrisy and double standards for which the CFPB is notorious, and why change is needed.
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Industry welcomes TRID grace period but Congress says it’s not enough

Some members want a definitive period, more assurances
Trey Garrison
The TRID grace period is being hailed by the industry but some in Congress think the CFPB’s actions don’t go far enough. Find out what they're saying and doing.
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Credit unions applaud bipartisan reform bill on FHLB membership

Would create parity between banks and credit unions, restrict FHFA limits
Trey Garrison
The National Association of Federal Credit Unions is lauding a bipartisan bill that would grant credit unions parity with banks under Federal Home Loan Bank membership criteria. Here’s what’s cooking.
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Senate banking committee passes massive regulatory relief bill

Big implications in legislation for housing and mortgage finance
Trey Garrison
The Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs passed “The Financial Regulatory Improvement Act of 2015” on Thursday, which will, if it makes it through the bill-making grinder and gets passed into law, bring big changes to the red tape the mortgage finance industry is tied up in.
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Mortgage industry: Give us a “good-faith” grace period on TRID

Heavy burden of untested TILA-RESPA process worries bankers, housing experts
Trey Garrison
Key figures in the housing industry testified before the House Subcommittee on Housing and Insurance Thursday, urging members to support a good-faith grace period for compliance with the massive TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure requirements. Will they get it and will it be enough?
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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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