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Mortgage Compliance & Marketing

Mortgage Training, Compliance, And Marketing Ideas

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Mortgage Compliance Rules And Regulations

What Are The Common Mortgage Regulations?

The federal government regulates the mortgage industry through a series of acts passed by Congress. These include:

  • Regulation Z
    Regulation Z protects consumers and requires lenders to make full disclosures about interest rates, fees, terms of credit, and other provisions.
  • TILA
    The federal Truth-In-Lending Act (TILA) requires that lenders disclose the terms of a mortgage in writing. TILA is designed to protect consumers by ensuring clear disclosure of the key terms of the loan, as well as any costs or fees involved.
  • UDAAP
    UDAAP is an acronym referring to unfair, deceptive, or abusive acts or practices by those who offer financial products or services to consumers. Under the Dodd-Frank Act, it is unlawful for any provider of consumer financial products or services or a service provider to engage in any unfair, deceptive, or abusive act or practice.
  • CFPB
    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau - aka the CFPB - is a federal agency in charge of financial regulations. Among other things, CFPB compliance regulates how realtors are expected to protect the privacy of their clients, especially when they are moving through the settlement process.
Who Is Governed By Mortgage Compliance Regulations?

Individuals covered by mortgage compliance regulations include the mortgage broker, loan originator, processor, underwriter, and entry-level quality control and compliance personnel.

Who Is Required To Get A Mortgage License?

Go to Mortgage Licensing Requirements to determine the mortgage licensing requirements for your state.

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