CFPB Proposes Minor Changes to Mortgage Rules to Ensure. – Washington, D.C. – Today, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is proposing minor adjustments to its mortgage rules to ensure access to credit. The proposal includes two changes that would help certain nonprofit organizations continue to provide mortgage credit and servicing to underserved populations.
In a release, Fiserv specifically pointed to two of CFPB’s final servicing rules: The Real Estate settlement procedures act (Regulation X), which lays out requirements for communications regarding.
However, lenders should not believe that the CFPB is going to be headed by a patsy nor that the current government career staff are simply going to lay down their arms. While I believe that what most lenders see as the most “abusive” aspects of the CFPB could soon be in the past, do not expect things to return to the “good old days”.
CFPB Amends Rules to Provide Flexibility and Clarity to Certain Mortgage Lenders in Collecting. September 21, 2017 / Source: CFPB. CFPB Amends Rules to Provide Flexibility and Clarity to Certain Mortgage Lenders in Collecting Information. Bureau Also Seeks Public Comment on Proposal for Disclosure of Mortgage Data. SEP 20, 2017. WASHINGTON, D.
Bank of America suspends previous capital plans BofA Suspends Capital Plan After Accounting Error – Law360 – The accounting mistake means that Bank of America will now have to suspend its proposed $4 billion stock repurchase plan and a hike in its dividend from 1 cent to 5 cents per share in the latest.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Wednesday it is seeking feedback on whether it should amend any rules it has issued since it opened its doors. Major rules that the CFPB has already.
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