Americans for Financial Reform today released a new compilation of votes in the 115th Congress around financial reform that makes Wall Street’s success in driving its deregulatory agenda starkly visible.
Muchos de los inversionistas de capital privado y de bienes raíces más grandes del mundo, administrando más de $1.77 billones en activos, han estado comprado comunidades de viviendas prefabricadas a un ritmo acelerado y han aumentado estrepitosamente los alquileres y otros costos, lo cual representa una nueva gran amenaza para la seguridad económica de millones de adultos mayores, personas con discapacidades, familias, e inmigrantes que necesitan viviendas de bajo costo; según reporta un nuevo informe.
Many of the largest private equity and real estate investors in the world, managing more than $1.77 trillion in assets, have bought up manufactured home communities at a rapid pace and raised rents and fees sharply, posing a dramatic new threat to the economic security of millions of seniors, people with disabilities, families, and immigrants in need of low-cost housing, according to a new report.
A group of 80 consumer, civil rights, legal services, labor, environmental, and community groups today expressed their strong opposition to the proposed changes to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s no-action letter policy and its proposed product sandbox.
Joint Letter: 9 groups oppose the CFPB’s proposed changes to its no-action letter policy and new sandbox proposal
9 groups oppose the CFPB’s proposed changes to its no-action letter policy and new sandbox proposal
Letter from 80 groups opposing the CFPB’s changes to its no-action letter policy and new sandbox proposal
This puts a vital consumer protection on the chopping block at the behest of predatory payday lenders, inviting them to continue profiting from trapping borrowers in a cycle of debt. We urge the Director to change course and not finalize such a rule.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Feb. 6, 2019 CONTACT: Carter Dougherty, firstname.lastname@example.org, (202) 251-6700 Kraninger Allows Payday Lenders To Drive Policy With Proposed Rulemaking Statement From Linda Jun, senior policy counsel of Americans for Financial Reform: “In proposing to undo the rule against abuses in payday and car title
Joint Letter: Letter urging the CFPB to oppose the banking agencies’ proposal to raise the appraisal exemption threshold
Letter urging the CFPB to oppose the banking agencies’ proposal to raise the appraisal exemption threshold
Joint Letter: Letter to the OCC, FDIC, and Fed Opposing Proposal to Raise Appraisal Exemption Threshold
Letter to the OCC, FDIC, and Fed opposing proposal to raise the appraisal exemption threshold