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Volume 2014 - Number 22

June 5, 2014

CFPB Continues Efforts Toward HMDA Rule, Other Changes to its 2013 Mortgage Rules, Agenda Shows

The spring 2014 semi-annual regulatory agenda of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau indicates the CFPB remains on schedule on a handful of mortgage-related rulemakings, including an eventual rule implementing Dodd-Frank Act changes to the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act. The good news for the mortgage industry is that the bulk of Dodd-Frank-required mortgage rules have already been issued. On the HMDA front, the CFPB recently convened...

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