My Institution Have a Filing Requirement?
Read the conditions for both depository and
is an FRB Press Release dated December 21, 2004 regarding Asset-size Exemption
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This adjustment is effective January 1, 2005.
FFIEC Issues Additional Guidance on HMDA Reporting
Based on analysis of some preliminary 2004 data, the FFIEC believes that additional guidance is necessary to ensure that data are reported accurately. The areas of discussion pertain to: transition rules; ethnicity, race, and sex (government monitoring information); property location information on refinancings and preapprovals; lien status reporting; loans subject to the Home Ownership and Equity Protection Act (HOEPA loans); and reporting the sale of home purchase loans.
Published November 29, 2004 PDF File
FFIEC HMDA Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
The FFIEC has identified the top questions regarding HMDA reporting.
is My Submission Due at the Regulatory Agency?
Y2005 HMDA Returns are due Monday, March 1, 2006
is My Regulatory Agency?
The Regulators page lists the particulars
of all agencies contact information.
HUD HMDA Data Collection Transfer
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Federal Reserve System (“the Board”) recently reached an agreement to transfer the HUD Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) data collection process to the Board. The Board will be collecting HMDA data only. This change is effective immediately with your 2004 HMDA report due on or before March 1, 2005 to the Board. HUD has discontinued the collection of FHA data and negative reports and will notify institutions of the new procedures.
Questions regarding the discontinuance of FHA data collection and negative reports should be directed to Jerry Fasick at HUD on 202-755-7500 x 7540. Questions regarding the processing and reporting of HMDA data should be addressed to HMDAHELP@frb.gov or the HMDA Assistance Line on 202-452-2016.
Notification of Transfer Letter (PDF)