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Federal financial regulatory agencies finalize appraisal requirement exemptions

The CFPB, Fed, FDIC, FHFA, NCUA, and OCC have finalized a supplemental rule creating several exemptions to the appraisal requirements for higher-priced mortgage loans (HPML). Those requirements are contained in the final rule...more

CFPB proposes further changes to mortgage rules

On Monday, the CFPB proposed additional changes to the mortgage rules adopted in January 2013. Comments on the proposed changes are due by July 22, 2013....more

CFPB finalizes mortgage escrow rule amendments and list of “rural” or “underserved counties” and issues videos on mortgage rules

The CFPB has issued final “clarifying and technical” amendments to its final mortgage escrow account rule dealing with the establishment of mandatory escrow accounts on higher-priced mortgage loans (HPML)....more

CFPB proposes amendments to final mortgage escrow account rule

The CFPB has proposed amendments to its final mortgage escrow account rule dealing with the establishment of mandatory escrow accounts on higher-priced mortgage loans (HPML). According to the proposal’s supplementary...more

CFPB issues final rules on mortgage servicing, appraisals and loan originator compensation

The regulatory barrage continued last week with the CFPB issuing the last batch of mortgage-related rules it was required to finalize by the Dodd-Frank Act’s January 21 deadline....more

Agencies Adopt Final Appraisal Rule for Higher-Priced Mortgage Loans

Today, the federal financial institution agencies (the FDIC, Fed, OCC, and NCUA), the CFPB, and the Federal Housing Finance Agency adopted a joint final rule to implement Dodd-Frank appraisal requirements for higher-priced...more

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