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Legal Infrastructure

A legal environment that fosters vibrant mortgage and residential construction markets is essential to sustainable housing development.

A legal environment that fosters vibrant mortgage and residential construction markets is essential to sustainable housing development.

Tribal Codes

2017 Revised Model Tribal Secured Transaction Act and Implementation Guide (2017)

Uniform Law Commission

Sample Housing and Construction Code (2012)

White Mountain Apache Tribe

Model Tribal Lending Procedures for Lien Priority, Eviction, and Foreclosure and Leasing (2000)

One-Stop Mortgage Center Initiative in Indian Country

Sample Mortgage Financing Ordinance (2000)

Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians

Model Tribal Mortgage Lending Code (2000)

One-Stop Mortgage Center Initiative in Indian Country

Sample Tribal Code – Mortgages on Trust Lands (1997)

Lac Du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa

Lending Memorandum of Agreements

Fannie Mae MOU (2018)

Fannie Mae

Model Veteran’s Affairs MOU (2018)

U.S. Veteran’s Affairs

Model Federal Mortgage Loan Program MOU (2000)

One-Stop Mortgage Center Initiative in Indian Country

Risk Mitigation Strategies

Preventing Foreclosure and Preserving Homeownership: How Servicers Use High Touch Methods to Reach Homeowners (2018)

Prosperity Now

Becoming a Tribal Partner in Mitigating Loan Defaults (2018)

Denise Zuni, She’ef Law Offices