Items Tagged with 'Home Mortgage Disclosure Act'

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  • CFPB modifies HMDA data disclosure, issues 2019 guidance

    Bureau announces changes to how it will disclose loan-level data
    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced it has issued new guidance on Regulation C of the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act in an effort to protect consumers’ privacy. The new policy guidance that affects loan-level data that is publicly disclosed via HMDA, beginning in 2019. Here's what is changing in the new year.
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  • UPDATE: CFPB details HMDA exemptions

    Small-volume lenders can forgo some reporting requirements
    The CFPB is taking the sting out of HMDA. The bureau now says lenders that originated fewer than 1,000 loans in the past two years can bypass some of HMDA's reporting requirements – a move that plays into the Trump administration's mission to scale back regulatory authority.
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  • MBA, NMHC, others call on CFPB to change multifamily HMDA rules

    Want exemption from HMDA reporting for business-to-business loans
    The Mortgage Bankers Association, the National Multifamily Housing Council, and several other prominent trade groups are calling on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to change the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act rules for multifamily lending. The groups want the CFPB to completely exempt multifamily business-to-business lending from HMDA reporting requirements.
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  • LenderClose launches HMDA compliance tool

    Allows community banks, credit unions to export HMDA data fields
    LenderClose announced it is launching a new compliance tool to help companies navigate the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act. Its new tool will allow community banks and credit unions to validate and export HMDA required data fields to meet the requirements set by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
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  • House passes bill that eases HMDA requirements for smaller lenders

    Home Mortgage Disclosure Adjustment Act passes in partisan vote
    Lenders have only had to comply with the new Home Mortgage Disclosure Act rules for a little more than two weeks, but the Trump administration has already signaled that it will not be assessing penalties on HMDA data collected in 2018 and reported in 2019. And if Republicans in Congress have their way, even fewer lenders will have to comply with the new HMDA rules at all.
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  • Your top 10 HMDA questions answered: Part 10

    How should LOS providers differentiate to help lenders today?
    The Home Mortgage Disclosure Act deadline looms closer, but many questions still remain unanswered. In this 10th and final part of the series, experts discuss how LOS providers should differentiate to help lenders today.
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  • Your top 10 HMDA questions answered: Part 9

    What should be keeping a lender awake at night now?
    The Home Mortgage Disclosure Act deadline looms closer, but many questions still remain unanswered. And as the January 1 deadline moves closer, experts explain what final challenges should be keeping lenders awake at night.
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  • Your top 10 HMDA questions answered: Part 8

    Where should lenders currently be in the process of preparing for HMDA?
    The Home Mortgage Disclosure Act deadline looms closer, but many questions still remain unanswered. Where should lenders currently be in the process of preparing for HMDA? In short, experts explain that with the HMDA deadline nearly here, lenders should be ready.
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  • Your top 10 HMDA questions answered: Part 7

    How does HMDA regulation address non-delegated correspondents?
    The Home Mortgage Disclosure Act deadline looms closer, but many questions still remain unanswered. One of the most pressing HMDA questions asks who is responsible for reporting HMDA data? Could more than one person be responsible for each origination? Experts answer.
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  • HMDA enforcement defanged by Trump-led regulators

    Regulators rollback HMDA penalty assessments going into 2018
    The Home Mortgage Disclosure Act caused its fair share of grief among mortgage lenders who stress over the new risks it will bring to compliance in 2018. But now, the Trump administration's new regulatory leaders defanged the new rule — CFPB and OCC both announced they have no intentions of issuing data reporting penalties in 2018.
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