Variety of Upcoming Mortgage Events
Among dozens of upcoming mortgage-related conferences and workshops are events that will cover compliance, politics and technology. One event includes a music festival.
Supreme Court Opinion Could Impact RESPA
An opinion issued by the nation's highest court in a case involving a defaulted car loan could impact the interpretation of the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act.
La Appraisers Sued for Restraining Price Competition
A regulation that was adopted in Louisiana restrained price competition among appraisers, according to a legal action that was filed against the state's appraisal board.
Origination Systems Address HMDA, UCD
Upcoming changes to single-family data reporting and delivery have been addressed by providers of loan origination systems.
SunTrust Agrees to Fed Consent Order
The operating subsidiary of SunTrust Banks Inc. has been ordered to pay more than a million dollars for violating the National Flood Insurance Act.
Credit Union Settles Over Maternity Discrimination
Years after home lenders began settling charges of discrimination against women on maternity leave, one credit union didn't get the message it's illegal.
Mortgage Demand Mixed at Banks
Although demand has increased at some banks for a variety of single-family products, there tend to be just as many banks with falling demand for those very same loans.
Mortgage Complaints Outperform Overall Complaints
Average monthly complaints filed for home loan products are doing better on a year-over-year basis than overall financial services complaints.
Changes Proposed to HMDA Rule
Changes proposed for Home Mortgage Disclosure Act reporting are intended to help financial institutions comply with a rule finalized two years ago.
Another Settlement for United Wholesale Parent
For the second time since late last year, the parent of United Wholesale Mortgage has reached a settlement with government authorities. The latest action was due to interest overcharges.