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Volume 23 - Number 23

November 12, 2012

Feds Make Another Stab at a National Mortgage Database

The CFPB and the Federal Housing Finance Agency, the regulator and conservator of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, have agreed to work together on setting up a National Mortgage Database, something officials hope will be the first comprehensive repository of detailed mortgage loan information. The National Mortgage Database is to include information spanning the life of a mortgage loan from origination through servicing and incorporate a variety of borrower characteristics. Specifically, the database will feature...

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With the recent dip in interest rates, how do you feel about loan volumes this year?

We see loan production ending 2015 flat compared to 2014.

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12%

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