MBA RIHA Study: Older Homeowners, College-Educated Individuals More Likely to Leave Workforce After Job Loss
Older college-educated homeowners are two times more likely to leave the workforce after a job loss than renters, according to a new research report released Tuesday by the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Research Institute for Housing America.
The Mortgage Bankers Association last week asked federal regulatory agencies to clarify how existing fair lending and the Equal Credit Opportunity Act adverse action notification requirements apply to Artificial Intelligence technologies.
The Mortgage Bankers Association urged the Senate Banking Committee to quickly approve Julia Gordon’s nomination as FHA Commissioner and forward her nomination for a full Senate vote.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau this week issued a report highlighting legal violations identified by the Bureau’s examinations in 2020.
On Tuesday the U.S. Supreme Court in, a 5-4 ruling, declined to lift the national Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s residential eviction moratorium. The ruling responds to a request to lift the D.C. Federal District Court’s stay, which has effectively paused its order invalidating the CDC moratorium.