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Seven examples of unfair practices and other violations by mortgage servicers: CFPB supervision activities uncover red flags

A review of our 2021 supervision activities revealed unfair acts and practices, and other violations, by mortgage servicers. Here’s what to be aware of and how to find the resources you need if you’re struggling to make your mortgage payments.

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Did you get a notice that your student loans are transferring to a new servicer? Learn more about what this means for you

Many federal student loan borrowers will have their loans transferred to a new servicer. If your loans are currently being serviced by FedLoan Servicing or Granite State, this article can help you prepare for the transition to a new servicer.

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Mientras las protecciones expiran, la nueva normativa para la administración hipotecaria busca reducir las ejecuciones que sean evitables

En efecto desde el 31 de agosto del 2021, la nueva normativa les exige a los administradores hipotecarios ofrecerles a los propietarios, oportunidades reales para evitar el “foreclosure” y mantenerse en sus viviendas, mientras algunos programas federales de aplazamiento comienzan a expirar.

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Higher education emergency grants available for college students impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic

If you were a college student enrolled in an eligible college or university on or after March 13, 2020, you may qualify for emergency financial aid grants that can be used to cover expenses or costs from food, housing, course materials, technology needs, health care, child-care expenses, or money owed to your school.

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Las protecciones federales a la vivienda han terminado. Sepa cómo evitar la ejecución y el desalojo

Algunas de las protecciones federales que fueron establecidas para proteger a los propietarios de vivienda del “foreclosure” o ejecución financiera, y a los inquilinos del “eviction” o desalojo durante la pandemia del COVID-19, terminaron el 31 de julio. Si usted tiene problemas para pagar su renta o hipoteca, es importante que actúe ahora para prevenir la ejecución o el desalojo.