New Rules to Revive Reverse Mortgages, CFPB Puts Lenders on Notice

ReverseFocusReverse Focus Weekly Podcast Episode #279

In this week’s Reverse Focus podcast, Shannon Hicks discusses the ability to purchase a home for middle class income households varies widely, as some regions are more affordable than others, according to a recent report from online real estate hub Trulia.

Also discussed, a columnist from the Boston College Center for Retirement Research says that federal changes to the reverse mortgage program could revive the Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM). 

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Not complying with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) reporting requirements can be “very expensive,” as the agency is putting  banks and non-bank lending entities on notice for their reporting of mortgage data required under the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act.

Lastly discussed, General Electric (GE) has developed several technology-driven concepts for what a “home of the future” would look like—a key component of which focuses on helping the elderly age in place.

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Talking Points:

  • Home affordability varies widely
  • New rules could revive reverse mortgage lending
  • Incorrect data to CFPB can be expensive
  • GE designs home of the future for aging in place

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Editor’s Note: These posts are sponsored by Reverse Focus.

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