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Volume 25 - Number 12

June 9, 2014

Mortgage Lenders Express Support For Proposed QM ‘Right to Cure’

Organizations representing different segments of the mortgage lending industry generally strongly support the overall thrust of the CFPB’s proposed amendments to its 2013 mortgage rules that would enable a limited “right to cure” a “qualified mortgage” that inadvertently falls outside the points-and-fees cap. The 120-day cure period would only be available if the creditor originated the loan as a QM loan in good faith, the loan otherwise meets the QM requirements, and the creditor or assignee maintains and follows policies and procedures for post-consummation review and refunding of overages. “The proposed cure period for points and fees overages would be...

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