NOT TO BE MISSED
“They’re Not Just New Forms”
In August of 2015 the use of new forms to replace the Good Faith Estimate, Truth in Lending and HUD1 will take effect. There are major regulatory changes to the lending process that come with the use of the new forms. Don’t make the mistake of thinking all you have to do is start using the new forms. In February 2015, the OMBA will be sponsoring a live webinar featuring Washington, DC compliance attorney, Mitch Kider, managing member of Weiner Brodsky Kider, PC. Don’t miss this informative training. Details to follow.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
The OMBA Annual Convention will be held May 12-14, 2015 at the Columbus Hyatt Regency Hotel. Details to follow.
NMLS DELAYS SOME PROPOSED REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
On Friday, based on comments from the industry, state regulators announced that some proposed changes in the Mortgage Call Report (MCR) will be postponed. State regulators have decided not to implement the proposed definition of “application”, until 2016. This new definition will trigger additional reporting. The additional reporting requirements will be optional in 2015. In addition, the field to capture Change in Application Amount will be added in the first quarter, but supplying the information will also be optional until the first quarter of 2016. Information on the number and dollar volume of Qualified Mortgage (QM) and Non-QM loans by state will be required starting in the first quarter of 2015. Reporting of nationwide and state specific servicing data will be required starting in the first quarter of 2015. The Ohio Mortgage Bankers Association had previously joined in a comment letter with the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), requesting a delay in implementation of the proposed changes.
OHIO HOUSE REPRESENTATIVE RICHARD ADAMS RECEIVES OMBA “LEGISLATOR OF THE YEAR” AWARD
On September 9, 2014, OMBA awarded Ohio House Representative, Richard Adams, the “Legislator of the Year” award. Representative Adams is Chairman of the Committee on Financial Institutions, Housing and Urban Development. The award is presented to a member of the Ohio Legislature that has gone above and beyond in the effort make sure that legislation is well thought out and workable for all concerned. “Chairman Adams has been a shining example of a hard working, honest and compassionate member of the legislature. The residents of Ohio District 80, and the entire state of Ohio, are extremely fortunate to have Richard Adams in the Ohio Legislature. We are thrilled to present the Chairman with this award”, said OMBA President Susan Stevenson. OMBA Executive Director and COO, Marianne Collins, said “Chairman Adams’ door is always open. He has an incredible grasp of what is best for the consumer and the industry alike. This is the first year that OMBA has presented this award to a Legislator, and I can’t think of anyone more deserving of this honor than Chairman Adams.
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