The Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) requires credit unions to disclose certain information regarding loans originated or purchased by the credit union. HMDA is implemented by the CFPB's Regulation C which was recently amended to include home equity lines of credit, establish transactional thresholds for coverage, and expand the number of HMDA data points collected from credit unions. Most of the new HMDA requirements will become effective January 1, 2018.
Credit unions that are subject to the final regulation will need to have plans and processes in place well before the effective date. Depending on the credit union, compliance with the HMDA rule could involve preparing or changing policies, procedures, and processes.
Below you'll find credit union resources for HMDA/Regulation C compliance, including final rule summary, scope and applicability chart, insightful blog posts, articles and webcasts, to help you get up-to-speed. (Resources marked by * are member-only. If you are not a NAFCU member, learn more about membership.)
NAFCU HMDA/Regulation C Final Rule Summary*
HMDA Consolidated Regulatory Text*
See what exactly changed in the rule text and when it is effective.
HMDA Scope & Applicability Chart*
A handy resource detailing the background, scope and exemptions for the new HMDA requirements under CFPB's Regulation C.
HMDA Final Rule Series: Changes to the Institutional and Transactional Coverage Tests*
Follow all HMDA-related blog posts on The NAFCU Compliance Blog
Home Mortgage Disclosure Act rule implementation page
Includes small entity compliance guide, executive summary and institutional coverage charts.