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The CFPB examines LO comp & reverse mortgages

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The CFPB is closely examining loan officer compensation, an agency priority that is addressed in the Bureau’s Supervisory Highlights. Loan Officer Compensation rules fall under the Truth in Lending Act which was passed in 2013. This rule was enacted as a way to reduce product steering, and to prevent originators from charging different fees or interest rates based on any term or condition of the loan.

 

Put simply, mortgage originators cannot be paid more or less than a typical loan file based on Product type (Fixed, ARM, Bond, etc), The interest rate or APR, Loan origination fee, The type of collateral, The existence of a prepayment penalty.

 

For reverse mortgages typical variations for an HECM include a fixed rate, an annual adjustable, or a monthly adjustable. Each has its unique fit based on the needs of the homeowner and the ideal structure of the loan.

 

Under the current regime of Reg or Regulation Z  LO compensation is

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  1. thanks for the info Pudge Erskine.


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