Advanced Search

Volume 25 - Number 9

April 28, 2014

Originators Showing No Major Shift In Strategy in ATR World, S&P Finds

Early stage implementation of the CFPB’s ability to repay rulemaking shows no major changes to origination strategies on the part of mortgage lenders, according to a recent report from Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services. “Overall, the majority of our ranked originators are not making any major changes to their origination strategies as a result of the ATR/QM regulations,” S&P said. “Most originators will continue to focus their production efforts on their core origination products and expect their 2014 production mixes to be similar to those in 2013.” Additionally, lenders do not anticipate a significant change to the composition of their primary investors. In connection with Standard & Poor’s ongoing surveillance of its Mortgage Originator Review rankings, the ratings service requested...

Subscribers to Inside the CFPB have full access to all its stories and data online. Visitors may become subscribers for full access or may purchase individual articles and data.

Subscriber Log In

If you are a current subscriber or already purchased this article, please login below.

Forgot your password?

Already subscribe but haven't registered for all the benefits of the website?


This biweekly keeps mortgage executives on top of the onslaught of new legal and regulatory issues the industry has been seeing.



You can purchase this article for $55.00 without subscribing and always have access to it on

Pay Per View

Please contact Customer Service if you need assistance: 1-800-570-5744


After the November elections, how long will it take for a new Congress and White House to pass GSE reform legislation?

I’m confident a bill will be passed the first year.


2 to 3 years. GSE reform is complicated.


Sadly it won’t happen in a Clinton or Trump first term.


Not in my lifetime.


Housing Pulse