CFPB

A tidal wave of distressed homeowners is coming

Shannon Hicks
Unable to use the embedded player? Listen here. EPISODE #665 The backlog of loans in forbearance threatens to overwhelm mortgage servicers. “There is a tidal wave of distressed homeowners who will need help,” Dave Uejio, the CFPB’s acting director, said in a statement. “Servicers who put struggling families first have nothing

A 40-YEAR MORTGAGE?!

Shannon Hicks
 Without audience targeting are Google Ads Dead? Think again… Early this month Google announced new restrictions for targeting specific audiences. The restrictions apply to content related to housing, employment, credit, and those who are disproportionately affected by societal biases. The news of these restrictions created quite a stir among

CFPB Ramping Up Oversight as Pandemic Slows

Shannon Hicks
Unable to use the embedded player? Listen here. EPISODE #664 The CFPB is ramping up enforcement as the pandemic slows “Providing regulatory flexibility to companies should not come at the expense of consumers. Because many financial institutions have developed more robust remote capabilities and demonstrated improved operations, it is no

4-in-10 Believe Housing Values will Crash in 2021

Shannon Hicks
       Without audience targeting are Google Ads Dead? Think again… Early this month Google announced new restrictions for targeting specific audiences. The restrictions apply to content related to housing, employment, credit, and those who are disproportionately affected by societal biases. The news of these restrictions created quite a

Meet our Next CFPB Director

Shannon Hicks
 Without audience targeting are Google Ads Dead? Think again… Early this month Google announced new restrictions for targeting specific audiences. The restrictions apply to content related to housing, employment, credit, and those who are disproportionately affected by societal biases. The news of these restrictions created quite a stir among

Podcast E648: Some Worried About a Revived CFPB

Shannon Hicks
Unable to use the embedded player? Listen here. Wallstreet isn’t the only one worried about a revived CFPB “Banks should be prepared for more aggressive enforcement and an expansion of the CFPB’s authority through its rulemakings,” said Rachel Rodman, a former CFPB lawyer who now represents banks as a partner

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