Statement for the Record to the Senate Banking Committee for hearing on “Regulatory Burdens to Obtaining Mortgage Credit.” Download the letter
Testimony & Regulatory Comments
Testimony and comments from NCRC about pending legislation and regulatory issues.
Letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Calling for Loretta Lynch’s Confirmation. Download the letter
Comment Letter on Proposed Changes to Interagency Questions and Answers on the Community Reinvestment Act.
Comment Letter on Proposed Home Mortgage Disclosure Act Data Rule.
Letter to FHFA Director Melvin Watt Regarding Proposed Enterprise Housing Goals.
Letter to Attorney General Eric Holder Regarding Mortgage Settlements.
NCRC Comment Letter on the Proposed Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule.
NCRC’s Letter to the FDIC Regarding Renasant Bank’s Acquisition of Merchants & Farmers Bank.
Read NCRC’s Letter to the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco on Bank of Hawaii’s Plan to Exit American Samoa.
Read NCRC’s comment to FHFA on the Use of Eminent Domain to Restructure Performing Loans
Download NCRC’s August 9, 2012 letter to President Obama
The time has come for members of Congress, the prudential regulators, the Appraisal Subcommittee and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to work collaboratively to ensure that consumers and all the industry stakeholders involved in the home buying and refinance process will benefit from a system of regulation that helps ensure the independence and integrity of the appraisal process. These efforts will promote equal access to responsible and sustainable credit and a robust mortgage marketplace that meets our nations immediate housing finance needs.
March 29, 2012 — NCRC President and CEO John Taylor and National Neighbors Silver Ambassador, Annette Smith, testified today before the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies, citing issues like economic security for older adults, foreclosure prevention, and the need to restore funding to vital programs affecting America’s …
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November 8, 2011 — During tumultuous times for the American housing market, Capital One continues practices that are degrading the chances of recovery and sustainability for low- to moderate-income communities. Their latest effort, an attempt to acquire HSBC, spurred a response from national consumer, community, housing, and civil rights organizations that requests an extension of …