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Choice Act would grant QM status to portfolio mortgages

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PDF Summary of Analysis – hud.gov – grants "qualified mortgage" status to loans that satisfy the underwriting requirements of, and are therefore eligible to be insured by, HUD. This temporary QM status will expire at the earlier of (1) HUD publishing its own QM rule, or (2) seven years from the effective date of the CFPB’s QM rule, which as noted above is January 10, 2014.

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Through this final rule, HUD establishes a definition of “qualified mortgage” for the single family residential loans that HUD insures, guarantees, or administers that aligns with the statutory ability-to-repay criteria of the Truth-in-Lending Act (TILA) and the regulatory criteria of the.

In the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and consumer protection act (dodd-frank Act aka DFA), Congress adopted Ability to Repay (ATR) requirements on closed-end mortgage loans and also established a presumption of compliance with certain mortgages called Qualified Mortgages (QM), and other changes affecting the

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The proposed Financial Choice Act recently passed by the House contains many positive reforms that are likely to help community banks and nondepository mortgage lenders. Yet one specific provision poses a major risk to small lenders. Ironically, legislation that supporters say is meant to hold Wall.

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The Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and consumer protection act. lenders. Some of the more significant changes effected by Title I are set forth below. Section 101 creates a new "qualified.

Automatic "qualified mortgage" (QM) status for community bank mortgages held in portfolio. (H.R. 2226. Passed House Financial services committee 55-0 and passed House on voice vote.) Escrow relief for community bank mortgages held in portfolio. (H.R. 3971. Passed House on broad bipartisan vote.) Relief from new Home Mortgage.

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payments (including mortgage-related obligations) other than the balloon payment? STOP = Non-QM Potential Small Creditor QM Potential payment QM "An additional question is required AFTER January 10, 2016: Were over 50% of your organization’s first-lien covered transactions in the prior year secured by properties in rural or underserved areas? 1026