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Lenders Preferred Refinancing Over New Purchases Post-Crisis

A new study suggests that after the Fed began quantitative easing in 2008, many lenders began leaning more toward refinancing applicants than those seeking new purchase loans. This was likely due to the stronger payment history and less risk associated with these applicants. Weaker, less-capitalized banks were more likely to follow the trend.

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House Votes to Amend SAFE Act

The U.S. House of Representatives unanimously passed the SAFE Transitional Licensing Act by voice vote. The bill could alter the way that mortgage loan officers at a federally-insured institution move to nonbank lenders.

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CFPB Offers Lenders a Helping Hand

Since the initial implementation of these rules, the CFPB has made several moves to expand the definitions of “small creditor” and “rural area,” but before the HELP Act, smaller lenders were only eligible for special provisions if more than half its loans were in rural or underserved areas.

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Deciphering TRID Through Communication

Customer satisfaction regarding TRID has risen among borrowers—coinciding extremely closely to the rise in the number of borrowers who reported they’d been contacted (as per TRID guidelines) by their lenders before closing.

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