Cheat Sheet: What to Expect from Regulators in 2016

National Mortgage News, Dec. 14, 2015–Collins, Brian

Mortgage lenders and servicers weary from a raft of regulatory changes in recent years may see some respite in 2016. Pete Mills, senior vice president with the Mortgage Bankers Associatoin, said the current good-faith compliance framework is “helpful,” but wants the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to grant a formal safe harbor.