The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a new Home Mortgage Disclosure Act analysis of the 2019 HMDA Data. This data article is the second in a series and follows the first article published in June of this year.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced that it plans to issue an advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPR) later this year on consumer-authorized access to financial records.
CFPB Announces New Capability for the Consumer Complaint Database, Expands Ability to View Complaint Data Over Time
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced the addition of a trends view to the Consumer Complaint Database.
The Bureau released the first results from the Making Ends Meet survey.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released a report examining recent trends in debt settlement and credit counseling.
The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) today announced the availability of data on 2019 mortgage lending transactions at 5,508 U.S. financial institutions covered by the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA).
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a report analyzing the complaints received during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced the addition of a geospatial view to the Consumer Complaint Database.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (Bureau) released today a report examining the differences between large and small mortgage servicers. The report explores the role servicers of different sizes play in the mortgage market where size is defined by the number of loans serviced.
Today the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) released a report focusing on mortgages made to first-time homebuyers who are serving in the armed forces or are veterans.
Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection and Federal Housing Finance Agency Release National Survey of Mortgage Originations Dataset for Public Use
Details Borrowers’ Experiences Obtaining a Mortgage
Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection Issues Report and RFI on the Bureau’s Sources and Uses of Data
The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (Bureau) today issued a report and Request for Information (RFI) regarding the Bureau’s sources of data and how data is used. The report provides transparency into how the Bureau collects and uses data and the accompanying RFI gives the public an opportunity to comment on those practices.
Six-Year Auto Loans Carry Higher Costs and Higher Default Rates than Five-Year Auto Loans
Newly Available Data Shows Lowest Mortgage Delinquency Rate Since the Financial Crisis
The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) today announced the availability of data on mortgage lending transactions at 6,762 U.S. financial institutions covered by the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA).
CFPB's First National Survey on Financial Well-Being Shows More Than 40 Percent of U.S. Adults Struggle to Make Ends Meet
Bureau Releases Interactive Online Tool to Help Consumers Measure Their Financial Well-Being
Record Student Debt Spurring Employers to Offer Student Loan Repayment Benefits
Report Provides National and State-by-State Overviews of the Complaints Submitted to the Bureau
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Study Finds Consumers in Lower-income Areas are More Likely to Become Credit Visible Due to Negative Records
Consumers In Higher-Income Areas More Likely Than Those in Lower-Income Areas to Establish Credit with a Credit Card or Co-Borrower
Report Shows Older Consumers Report Problems with Reverse Mortgages, Scams, Credit Cards, and Add-On Products
Report Also Looks at Consumer Complaints from Nevada
Prepared Remarks of CFPB Deputy Director David Silberman at the Community Bank Advisory Council
Welcome to this meeting of the Community Bank Advisory Council. We created this Council almost five years ago because we wanted to ensure that we have a consistent way to hear directly from Community banks about what they are seeing and hearing in their communities and about how our work is affecting their businesses.
Report Also Looks at Consumer Complaints from Massachusetts
Bureau’s $1.75 Million Civil Penalty for Persistent and Substantial Reporting Errors is the CFPB’s Largest Penalty to Date for HMDA Violations