California homes sales drop Are servicers finally off the CFPB’s hit list? The biggest news about the consumer financial protection Bureau’s rulemaking to-do list may not be the items topping the agenda – but what was left off of it. The agency’s recent spring rulemaking agenda includes significant items, including a new process for collecting small-business lending data as well as plans to update underwriting rules for loans backed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
FirstBank Mortgage Partners has been fined $35,000 by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to settle allegations that the lender violated the Fair Housing Act by denying a mortgage.
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HUD fines FirstBank Mortgage Partners for maternity-related discrimination hud: allegations settled over Maternity Leave Discrimination – HUD noted in a release, "Refusing to approve a mortgage loan or provide mortgage insurance because a woman is pregnant or on family leave violates the Fair Housing Act’s prohibition against sex.
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HUD fines FirstBank Mortgage Partners for maternity-related discrimination HousingWire Content on ‘FirstBank Mortgage Partners’ In its latest settlement over violation of the Fair Housing Act, the U.S. Department of Housing and urban development reached a $5 million.
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HUD Settles Bank Of America Maternity Leave Discrimination Case. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development issued a recent press statement announcing, "Bank of America will pay $45,000 as part of Conciliation Agreements resolving allegations the lender discriminated against pregnant women seeking mortgage loans.
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HUD has reached a $5 million settlement with Wells Fargo Home Mortgage to resolve allegations of maternity leave-based discrimination.. Several lenders have settled with HUD over maternity.
HUD fines FirstBank Mortgage Partners for maternity-related discrimination And with each case that is publicized, more people learn about the law and discrimination is prevented. Thanks to organizations like Momsrising and to you and everyone working to get the word out, we are doing more than ever before and, with your help, we will put a stop.
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Ocwen stock may reach new high. Still, fully 82% of homeowners who say their home is worth less now than before the recession began either strongly (37%) or somewhat (45%) agree that homeownership is the best long-term investment a person can make. Among homeowners whose home increased in value during the recession, this confidence is even more pronounced.