House Financial Services subcommittee chairman asks the NCUA for RBC details in writing.
A bill that would phase-out Fannie and Freddie is unlikely to pass a full Senate vote.
Bills would grant NCUSIF coverage for IOLTAs, privately-insured credit unions FHLB access, and more input on CFPB rural areas.
New law will give relief to homeowners facing steep rate hikes due to FEMA remapping.
Opposing trade groups put their differences aside to join forces in a letter to Congress supporting patent troll legislation.
The complexity of reforming the secondary mortgage market, combined with its risk and Congress' inability to compromise, are the three reasons industry lobbyists and housing experts don't expect its completion in 2014.
The urgency to raise the MBL threshold is just as fresh when the current bill debuted last year on Valentine's Day.
Complexity, risk, congressional gridlock fingered in failure to reform Freddie, Fannie, FHFA this year.
The urgency to raise the MBL threshold is just as fresh as when the current bill debuted last year on Valentine's Day.
Failure to pass the bill could mean skyrocketing premiums that could drop home values, NAFCU's Brad Thaler says.