HMDA Small Filer

If your institution is subject to HMDA, and you made between 100 and 500 closed-end loans in each of the prior two calendar years, you’re considered to be a “small filer”.  If your institution made more than 500 closed-end loans, you’re a “large filer”.  While you won’t necessarily find these terms in the Regulation, it’s our plain English way of distinguishing between those institutions required to report full HMDA data and those that can report limited HMDA data.

David explains more in the video.

Published
2021/04/12

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