Release date- 30082019 - The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council today released the 2018 Home Mortgage Disclosure Act
data on mortgage lending transactions at 5,683 financial institutions.
Congress enacted The Home Mortgage Disclosure Act
(HMDA) in 1975 to combat credit shortages in urban neighborhoods throughout the United States.
The latest version provides a number of valuable enhancements: improved property insurance tracking, Risk Based Capital (RBC) reporting and comprehensive Home Mortgage Disclosure Act
The study used Home Mortgage Disclosure Act
(HMDA) data that includes over 7 million mortgages originated in 2017 to calculate the leverage rate of borrowers in the 50 largest cities in America.
The significant expansion of lender data now required under new Home Mortgage Disclosure Act
(HMDA) rules places a new, heightened level of potential scrutiny on lenders and their fair lending practices, a topic that will be explored in depth in this year's sessions.
The prior Home Mortgage Disclosure Act
(HMDA) reporting requirements still apply, so there will still be a HMDA LAR to document, scrub and report.
Home Mortgage Disclosure Act
(HMDA) origination data for 2016 shows mortgages of more than $500,000 accounted for 3.5% of the number of owner-occupant, single-family mortgages, and 14.7% of their value.
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The Home Mortgage Disclosure Act
(HMDA) expanded data-collection rulemaking was listed by 67 percent of those surveyed as a top concern.
According to the most recent Home Mortgage Disclosure Act
data, 1.3 million conventional mortgage loans were made in 2012; of those, Latinos received only 69,217 loans, African-Americans received 29,405 loans, and Asian American Pacific Islanders received 2,697 loans.
The researchers use loan-level data on mortgage originations and performance for 1999 to 2009 from the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act
, collected by the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council, and data from the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago that contains information on CRA exams.