Mortgage technology will be ready to address TRID

Mortgage technology will be ready to address TRID

Won’t magically make challenges and cost of compliance disappear

Mortgage industry embraces new CFPB mortgage toolkit

Know Before You Owe gets qualified stamp of approval

Did little-known Arizona law start the appraiser death clock?

Gov. Ducey inadvertently hands a victory to AMCs
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OIG: FHFA can mitigate GSE risks from servicing, selling guidelines

GSEs don’t require independent assurance on counterparties
Trey Garrison
The Federal Housing Finance Agency can further mitigate the risks posed by Fannie Mae’s and Freddie Mac’s reliance on their counterparties’ information on origination and servicing compliance.
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Inspector General: Fannie Mae should implement repurchase late fees

Failure to do so in the past cost taxpayers
Trey Garrison
Freddie Mac assesses late fees on aged outstanding repurchase demands, while Fannie Mae has no monetary penalties to encourage their resolution.
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