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Protecting Mortgage Consumers from Watchful Eyes

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau was recently asked to examine the data included with its Home Mortgage Disclosure Act reporting. Learn why.

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Judge Orders State to Pay Castle Law’s Legal Tab

A Colorado district judge has ordered the state to cover attorney’s fees for Castle Law Group. The firm won a landmark case against the state attorney general office in April.

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The Week Ahead: A Full Agenda for the Senate Banking Committee

The U.S. Senate Banking Committee will meet this week to discuss the nomination of Jerome Powell as Fed Chair and Brian Montgomery as Assistant Secretary of HUD and Commissioner of the FHA. Here's what else is happening in The Week Ahead.

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And the Winner Is…

Fannie Mae disclosed the results of its 9th and 10th Community Impact Pools of non-performing loans recently. The deal includes 690 loans totaling and unpaid principal balance of $124.12 million.

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Catching Up With HUD

A new HUD webinar breaks down the agency's Housing Opportunity Through Modernization Act. The 14 easy to follow videos break down the rules and best practices you need to know.

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