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Regulatory Compliance Change Management conference call has been pushed back
until April 2 at 3pm EST.
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There are currently no items showing as ‘Out
of Compliance’ (effective date has passed and we are beyond our standard
implementation timeframe) on our February report, as all items were implemented
in accordance with our program.
Q5102 California SB-818 (Effective 1/1/2019): – California is reinstating the requirements of California original Homeowner’s Bill of Rights. This item was re-opened to address changes in section 2924.18(a)(1): Loan Modification requirement to not Foreclose if complete package is received up to 5 days prior to the Foreclosure Sale date. Cenlar is updating the system coding to ensure California borrowers receive a 30 day Foreclosure hold when a loan modification complete package is received at least 5 business days prior to the Foreclosure sale date. We implemented a manual process to ensure compliance with the requirement on 2/21/20. The manual process will remain in place until the systemic updates to the Back in the Black (BITB) system are completed. Cenlar conducted a lookback to review all foreclosure sales since the 1/1/2019 effective date and determined there were no loans found to be in violation of the law. We are pending a letter update to the loss mitigation insufficient time to review (LM308) letter and updates to BITB and then this item will be moved to testing.