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Bettering the Future of Online Lending

The second annual Online Lending Policy Summit commenced on Monday as Acting Comptroller of the Currency Keith A. Noreika spoke to the audience about current policy challenges, opportunities for growth, and what the OCC is doing to better online lending.

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GSE Portfolio Shows Improvement

The Urban Institute September chart book was recently released, outlining refinances, serious delinquencies, and the government sponsored enterprises delinquency rates, amongst various other statistics related to the industry.

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Is the CFPB’s Regulatory Power Limited?

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau could potentially run into roadblocks in issuing ramifications for Equifax’s recent data breach of 143 million people, according to a report The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau could potentially run into roadblocks in issuing ramifications for Equifax’s recent data breach of 143 million people, according to a report.

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Fed Remains Stagnant

The Federal Open Market Committee held its sixth meeting on Wednesday to discuss monetary policy and the potential of an interest rate hike, which is expected to happen at least once before the close of 2017.

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NAR: Don’t Harm Homeownership Common Interests

Some critics believe the mortgage interest deduction only benefits the wealthy, but according to Iona Harrison, Chair of the National Association of Realtors’ Federal Taxation Committee, the numbers tell a different story. Take a look at what Harrison had to say to the Senate Finance Committee during a hearing entitled ““Individual Housing Reform.”

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Key HUD Vacancy Filled

Pamela Patenaude was officially confirmed as the Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development by the U.S. Senate Thursday afternoon. This will be her second tenure at the agency.

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