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First Month of “Know Before You Owe” Better than Expected

A month has passed since the new TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (“TRID” or “Know Before You Owe”) requirements went into effect on October 3, 2015, and while the transition has not been completely smooth, it has gone better...more

Director Cordray sends warning to vendors on TRID rule compliance

In remarks yesterday at the Mortgage Bankers Association’s annual convention, CFPB Director Richard Cordray stated that the CFPB may need to look more closely at vendors of software and other tools used by lenders to comply...more

Mortgage Applications Decrease in Week Following TRID Implementation

New data from the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) shows that total mortgage applications decreased 27.6 percent from the previous week as a result of CFPB’s TILA-RESPA integrated disclosures (TRID) rule, which became...more

Final Countdown: Mortgage Industry Apprehensive as TRID Effective Date Looms

Arguably the most pressing topic at this year’s Mortgage Bankers Association’s (MBA) Regulatory Compliance Conference (held on September 20-22, 2015 in Washington, D.C.) was the implementation of the TILA-RESPA Integrated...more

Information Security: MBA Whitepaper

Recently, the Mortgage Bankers Association released “The Basic Components of an Information Security Program,” for small and medium size companies in the mortgage industry that may not have the resources to stay well-informed...more

NYDFS Superintendent Lawsky Delivers Remarks on Reforming New York Foreclosure Process

On May 19, NYDFS Superintendent Lawsky delivered remarks at the Mortgage Bankers Association’s National Secondary Market Conference & Expo regarding New York’s “broken judicial foreclosure process.” Noting that the state’s...more

Trade Association Urges HUD to Delay Effective Date on Single-Family Housing Policy HandBook

On March 26, 2015, the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) sent a letter to HUD’s Deputy Assistant Secretary Zadareky seeking clarification, guidance, and answers to outstanding questions raised by HUD’s early drafts of its...more

Supreme Court Grants Federal Agencies Wide Discretion in Interpreting Regulations

On March 9, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the Administrative Procedure Act (APA) does not require federal agencies to go through the formal rulemaking process when making changes to rules interpreting regulations,...more

U.S. Supreme Court Notice, Comment Not Required for Federal Agencies Interpreting Regulations

The U.S. Supreme Court decided in Perez v. Mortgage Bankers Association that federal agencies are not required to use the Administrative Procedure Act's (APA) notice and comment procedures when issuing or making changes to...more

The California Implications Of Perez v. Mortgage Bankers Association

On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Perez v. Mortgage Bankers Ass’n et al. The case, if decided against the Department of Labor (Thomas E. Perez is the Secretary of Labor), will have a significant...more

U.S. Supreme Court May Require Notice-and-Comment On More Agency Actions

On December 1, 2014, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in Perez v. Mortgage Bankers Association and Nickols v. Mortgage Bankers Association to address whether a federal agency must engage in notice-and-comment rulemaking...more

Supreme Court to Decide Important Administrative Law Issue

On December 1, 2014, the United States Supreme Court will hear oral argument in a case that will have significant implications for federal regulatory agencies like the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Alcohol...more

CFPB expands HMDA reporting requirements

The CFPB issued a proposed rule amending Regulation C to expand data reporting requirements for mortgage industry participants. The proposed rule is 573 pages and our Mortgage Banking Group will analyze the proposal and work...more

Supreme Court to Decide Paralyzed Veterans Doctrine

When the White House goes from a Democratic president to a Republican president, or vice versa, there are often changes in various federal agencies’ directives to reflect the priorities of the current administration. These...more

New York DFS: Nonbank Servicers Can Expect Increased Scrutiny

New York's top financial regulator plans to aggressively expand his agency’s investigation into nonbank servicers and the firms' affiliates that provide ancillary services. Speaking at the Mortgage Bankers Association's...more

Virginia Enacts Transitional MLO Licensing Law for Out-of-State MLOs

Last month, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe signed Senate Bill 118, creating a transitional mortgage loan originator (MLO) license. Specifically, the law authorizes Virginia's State Corporate Commission to issue a...more

Commercial Mortgage Options Expanding – Borrowers to Benefit?

Anyone working in the commercial real estate mortgage industry in the past five or six years is eager for signs of a sustained recovery. Having just returned from the Mortgage Bankers Association Commercial Real Estate...more

Director Cordray comments on mortgage rules at MBA convention

Director Cordray mostly repeated previous comments in his remarks this week at the Mortgage Bankers Association Annual Convention in Washington, DC. The first portion of Director Cordray’s remarks followed his usual...more

ABA and MBA ask CFPB to reconsider coverage of business credit in ECOA appraisal rule

The American Bankers Association and the Mortgage Bankers Association have sent a letter to the CFPB asking it to reconsider the applicability of the final Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) appraisal rule to business...more

Commercial Real Estate Forecasts Are Finally Optimistic in Outlook: 2013 Looks to be a Good Year for Florida Commercial Real...

This week, the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) released its Quarterly Survey of Commercial/Multifamily Mortgage Bankers Originations, and it's nice to read good news in forecasts by experts into the future of commercial...more

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