Housing shouldn’t look at any color but the color of money

Housing shouldn’t look at any color but the color of money

People with bad credit and bad habits should be squeezed out of housing

Who is Nat Hardwick?

Former LandCastle Title CEO owns NASCAR team, rubs elbows with PGA pros

Lawsuit alleges former LandCastle Title CEO embezzled $30 million

Nat Hardwick allegedly used funds for private jets, gambling
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Washington Times picks up on discrimination, retaliation allegations at CFPB

Media recounts allegations from Congressional, GAO investigations
Trey Garrison
The Washington Times on Wednesday published a well-reported, well-written, detailed account of the allegations of racial discrimination, retaliation, mismanagement and hostility at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
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Roughly 20,000 Florida homeowners go unserved

Ocwen settlement deadline approaches fast
Brena Swanson
Eligible Florida borrowers have a little over two weeks to claim their share of the giant Ocwen Financial Services settlement, with just 10,244 filed claims out of 31,036 qualified Floridians.
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Flagstar mortgage servicing settlement with CFPB imminent

Bank holds little to no reserve for issue...
Brena Swanson
Before Flagstar Bancorp can celebrate its strong comeback in its second-quarter earnings, it has to deal with a small blip on its record that deals with mortgage servicing issues dating back to 2011.
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7 Signs you're ignoring TILA-RESPA

The truth hurts — let's at least laugh about it
Matt Corcoran
“How many of you have read the TILA-RESPA rule?” Only five people in the audience raised their hands for having read the abbreviated rule — only two raised their hands for having read the full rule.
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Interesting times for the mortgage industry require action

Recapping last week's posts and news on TILA-RESPA
Mark McElroy

Be aware that most systems don’t even stand behind their GFE/TIL and APR calculations with a rep and warrant for compliance.


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Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Housing data storm ahead

Can housing shake off the winter, spring and now summer doldrums?
Trey Garrison
It’s a week of key housing data and metrics releases, and the industry will get to see if housing shakes off the winter, spring and now summer doldrums, or if everyone admits that 2014 has been suboptimal. Either way, HousingWire will be there first with the most.
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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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Here are the 12 lucky firms that landed the CFPB eClosing pilot program

Group explores benefits of technology in mortgages
Brena Swanson
It’s here. The anticipated list of participants in the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s mortgage eClosing pilot program was released Thursday, with 12 companies now helping pave the way into streamlining the mortgage process.
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Has the credit restriction pendulum swung too far?

BPC Summit: Balance has to be struck and right now it’s off kilter
Trey Garrison
Current rules and practices regarding credit boxes for both underserved and middle class borrowers have to be reformed, according to several of the leading voices speaking at the Bipartisan Policy Center Housing Commission’s regional forum.
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The TILA-RESPA Combined Disclosure connection

Tim Anderson of DocMagic weighs in with Closing Call guest post
Tim Anderson

The primary issue is not only delivering the closing documents to the consumer three days ahead of closing (consummation), but now, with the delivery deadlines and tolerance requirements, the lender is on the hook to ensure even greater accuracy of the GFE/TIL at time of application.  


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