Smaller title agents, mortgage lenders and technology providers might need a little more time to work through issues regarding the new disclosure requirements, said Rafael Castellanos, president of the New York State Land Title Association.
If lenders can't get the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to back off its Aug. 1 integrated mortgage disclosures deadline, they're at least hoping to get some leniency while they adjust to the new process.
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Today's college students are the mortgage borrowers of the future. They'll expect mobile interactions with lenders, but engaging them with the technology can be trickier than building the perfect bracket.
An outage that crippled the Internal Revenue Service's ability to process 4506-T forms for nearly two weeks has been resolved, but the capacity constraints in the tax transcript service are an ongoing challenge for the mortgage industry.
Telecommuting isn't new for front-office loan officers, but in an increasingly competitive hiring environment, some mortgage lenders now let their underwriters work from home, too.
The recent delay of new HECM rules is a reprieve for lenders scrambling to implement training and systems updates ahead of the original deadline. But it's also prompted questions about a key technology used by the reverse mortgage industry.
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