Under mounting political pressure from the mortgage banking industry, the Department of Housing and Urban Development will conduct a hearing Aug. 6 on a provision of its Respa regulations that permits computerized loan origination services.

The HUD decision was announced July 1 at a hearing convened by the House Small Business Committee on the rule published by the agency in November 1992 to clarify Respa, the Real Estate Settlement and Procedures Act.

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