Are there troubling trends in the new 2013 HMDA data?

Are there troubling trends in the new 2013 HMDA data?

The federal banking agencies have issued guidance to financial institutions on the key data fields under the revised Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) rules that will be used to test and validate the accuracy and reliability of the HMDA data.. In October 2015, the CFPB adopted significant changes to the HMDA rules that significantly expanded the amount of information that must be collected.

This guide describes the HMDA original source data and the HMDA indicators available on DataPlace. The guide also illustrates how HMDA indicators can be used to shed light on such issues as neighborhood investment trends, changes in the racial and economic composition of home buyers, disparities in home loan access, and subprime lending.

The CFPB is a data-driven agency, and the new HMDA reporting requirements are likely to drive consistency across the industry and encourage the use of automated processes. Each institution can benefit from knowing how its unique HMDA data profile will help it prepare for examinations and identify needed changes.

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The Federal financial institutions examination council (ffiec) today announced the availability of data on mortgage lending transactions at 6,762 U.S. financial institutions covered by the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA). Covered institutions include banks, savings associations, credit unions, and mortgage companies.

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Time to worry about revised HMDA is now Don’t get lulled by the 2018 date for collecting the expanded data required under the revised Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) . Yes, banks and non-bank mortgage lenders have two more years to meet the requirements.

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— Download New MSA and Other Changes Affecting CRA and HMDA as PDF–The FFIEC announced geographical changes including a brand new MSA that could impact CRA and HMDA reporting and analysis! The announcement made on December 15, 2015 concerns changes to MSAs and counties that will be incorporated into the FFIEC data for 2016 when it is released.

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