Industry Briefs July 7, 2020

CoreLogic, Irvine, Calif., launched OneHome, a virtual, collaborative platform for real estate agents and their clients looking to buy, sell or make improvements to a home. Following a launch with Ohio-based Yes-MLS, OneHome is expected to be nationally available by the end of 2020 to the more than 850,000 real estate agents in North America who currently use CoreLogic’s multiple listing platform.

John Walsh: Tax Service – A New Era

For decades, tax service has gone unchanged. There are many efforts to change this dynamic; layering in new technology for servicers to engage with their tax vendor and improving transparency in a historically monochromatic space.

John Walsh: Tax Service – A New Era

For decades, tax service has gone unchanged. There are many efforts to change this dynamic; layering in new technology for servicers to engage with their tax vendor and improving transparency in a historically monochromatic space.

John Walsh: Tax Service – A New Era

For decades, tax service has gone unchanged. There are many efforts to change this dynamic; layering in new technology for servicers to engage with their tax vendor and improving transparency in a historically monochromatic space.

OCC Issues Guidance on FEMA/Flood Insurance Force-Place Requirements

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency on Wednesday provided guidance to the Mortgage Bankers Association, addressing conflicts between a recent Federal Emergency Management Agency memo and banking agency flood insurance rules.

OCC Issues Guidance on FEMA/Flood Insurance Force-Place Requirements

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency on Wednesday provided guidance to the Mortgage Bankers Association, addressing conflicts between a recent Federal Emergency Management Agency memo and banking agency flood insurance rules.

Federal Agencies Issue Final Rule to Mitigate CECL Effects

Three federal agencies on Friday announced actions to allow banking organizations to continue lending to households and businesses: providing an optional extension of the regulatory capital transition for the new credit loss accounting standard; and allowing early adoption of a new methodology on how certain banking organizations are required to measure counterparty credit risk derivatives contracts.

Federal Agencies ‘Will not Criticize’ Coronavirus Loan Mods

Six federal agencies on Sunday issued a joint statement encouraging financial institutions to “work constructively” with borrowers affected by the coronavirus pandemic and said they “will not criticize” loan modifications made in a “safe and sound” manner.