In a new letter to the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau, the Community Home Lenders Association recommended the CFPB should help facilitate the creation of a
Bringing Lenders Together
The Community Home Lenders Association (CHLA) is the distinctive voice in Washington for independent mortgage bankers (IMBs), fighting for federal housing policies that serve homeowners and create fair, competitive mortgages for IMBs.
Benefits of Membership
For 5 years, CHLA has been proposing a plan for administrative reform of Fannie and Freddie that protects small lender access and competitiveness, opposes vertical integration through new guarantors, and minimizes transition risk. Read the latest version of CHLA’s plan.
CHLA won’t let the GSE Patch expire without a fight, Executive Director Scott Olson told the Scotsman Guide. “I would say unequivocally the biggest priority
HOME LENDER GROUPS ENCOURAGE CFPB TO TIER REGULATION BY SIZE AND CONSUMER RISK CHLA Asks Bureau to Ensure Bank Loan Officers Meet SAFE Act Competency