Registration and submission programs
Certain entities are required by regulation to register or submit information to us.
Prepaid account agreements
The Prepaid Rule requires prepaid account issuers to submit their prepaid account agreements to us. Issuers must make a submission whenever a new agreement is offered, a previously submitted agreement is amended, or a previously submitted agreement is no longer offered.
Read more about submitting prepaid account agreements
Credit card agreements
We maintain a database of credit card agreements from more than 300 card issuers. Using the database, you can search for an agreement by the name of the issuer; some full-text searching is available.
Instructions for issuers on submitting credit card agreements
Read more about credit card agreements
College credit card marketing agreements
We collect information annually from credit card issuers who have marketing agreements with universities, colleges, or affiliated organizations such as alumni associations, sororities, fraternities, and foundations. We publish annual reports to Congress, and we maintain publicly accessible files of the agreements.
Instructions for issuers on submitting college credit card agreements
Form for submitting marketing agreements
Learn more about the college credit card reports and data
Terms of credit card plans (TCCP) survey
We semiannually survey the terms of credit card plans offered by credit card issuers and publish reports of the findings—a collection commonly referred to as the TCCP Survey. Issuers selected for the TCCP Survey can now use Collect, the Bureau’s new online channel for TCCP submissions.
Review the data and access resources for submitting the TCCP Survey
The Home Mortgage Disclosure Act
HMDA requires many financial institutions to maintain, report, and publicly disclose information about mortgages.
Beginning with HMDA data collected in or after 2017, financial institutions will use the HMDA Platform to upload their loan/application registers (LARs), review edits, certify the accuracy and completeness of the data, and submit data for the filing year.
Access the HMDA Filing Platform
Read our research and reports on mortgage market activity
Interstate land sales registration program
The Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act (ILSA) requires a developer of a subdivision containing one hundred or more nonexempt lots to register its subdivision with the Bureau.
The developer must also provide lot purchasers with a disclosure statement known as a property report before a sales contract is signed.
ILSA Registration resources
Electronic Filing Instructions
(pursuant to 12 CFR 1010.20(a))
Electronic Payment Instructions
(pursuant to 12 CFR 1010.35(a)(1)(ii)
Interstate Land Sales Registration Program Office
For issues or questions regarding ILSA registration contact the Interstate Land Sales Registration Program Office. Direct any FOIA requests to our FOIA office.