CFPB: Beta Launch of HMDA Platform

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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced the beta launch of the new Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) Platform. The purpose of this platform is to help financial institutions become familiar with the HMDA Platform and determine whether their sample LAR data complies with the reporting requirements outlined in the Filing Instructions Guide for HMDA data collected in 2017.  

The beta version of the HMDA Platform will allow financial institutions to:

  • Establish test login credentials
  • Upload sample HMDA files and perform validation on their data
  • Receive edit reports
  • Allow users to confirm their test data submission
  • Conclude the test HMDA filing process

During the beta period, financial institutions may test and retest as often as desired. All test accounts created and test data uploaded during the beta period will be removed from the system when the filing period opens in January 2018.

To view the HMDA Platform, please visit

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