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CFPB Clarifies Successors-in-Interest Rule

Heir's name generally may be added to deceased's mortgage without triggering ATR rule.
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Heir's name generally may be added to deceased's mortgage without triggering ATR rule.
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Housing: Residence or Investment?

Home prices have been rising for 28 consecutive months.
Lora Bray
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Americans favor real estate as the best long-term investment.
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Use Compliance to Navigate Risk

Integrate regulatory compliance responsibilities into your CU’s daily operations.
Bill Klewin
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View regulatory compliance as an opportunity, not a burden, compliance expert advises.
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Home Sweet Home

Spring into action with targeted mortgage services.
Lora Bray
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Homeownership trends and the economy impact generations of consumers.
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NCUA Issues Mortgage Regulatory Alerts

NCUA in January issued a series of regulatory alerts on the CFPB’s mortgage lending rules.
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NCUA in January issued a series of regulatory alerts on the CFPB’s mortgage lending rules
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Complying With Ability-to-Repay and QM Rule

NCUA examiners to take into account a CU’s good-faith effort to comply.
Michael McLain
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NCUA examiners to take into account a CU’s good-faith effort to comply.
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A New Year’s Hangover for Mortgage Originations?

CUs try to maneuver through the new mortgage landscape.
Paul Needels
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Four strategies for success in the post ability to repay/qualified mortgage world.
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The State of CU Mortgage Lending

First mortgages are increasingly important when it comes to lending and service.
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First mortgages are increasingly important when it comes to lending and service.
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Fear Your Members

Consumers with sophisticated plaintiff’s attorneys see changing regulations as a potential goldmine.
Lauren Capitini
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Assess the risk of litigation in your business decisions and compliance efforts.
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New Loan Originator Requirements Take Effect

Rule applies to most closed-end loans secured by a dwelling.
Valerie Moss
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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau amended Regulation Z to implement certain Dodd-Frank Act requirements.
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