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34 result(s)   [  Session(s): all  Chamber =  Both  Bill Type = all    Subjects =  HOME EQUITY ]

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85th Regular Session, 2017
HJR 99 (85th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing a lower amount for expenses that can be charged to a borrower and removing certain financing expense limitations for a home equity loan, establishing certain authorized lenders to make a home equity loan, changing certain options for the refinancing of home equity loans, changing the threshold for an advance of a home equity line of credit, and allowing home equity loans on agricultural homesteads.
  Author: Parker, Tan | et. al.
  Committees: Investments & Financial Services
  Last Action: Laid on the table subject to call
SJR 60 (85th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing a lower amount for expenses that can be charged to a borrower and removing certain financing expense limitations for a home equity loan, establishing certain authorized lenders to make a home equity loan, changing certain options for the refinancing of home equity loans, changing the threshold for an advance of a home equity line of credit, and allowing home equity loans on agricultural homesteads.
  Author: Hancock, Kelly
  Sponsor: Parker, Tan | et. al.
  Committees: Investments & Financial Services | Business & Commerce
  Last Action: Filed with the Secretary of State

84th Regular Session, 2015
HJR 128 (84th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the limitation of fees that may be charged for a home equity loan.
  Author: Raymond, Richard Peña
  Committees: Insurance
  Last Action: Referred to Insurance
HJR 131 (84th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment concerning fees that are subject to the maximum allowable limit to obtain a home equity loan.
  Author: Raymond, Richard Peña
  Committees: Investments & Financial Services
  Last Action: Left pending in committee

83rd Regular Session, 2013
HB 2865 (83rd R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to certain notifications to borrowers required for home equity loans.
  Author: Carter, Stefani
  Committees: Investments & Financial Services
  Last Action: Withdrawn from schedule
HJR 118 (83rd R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment providing for an exception from the limitation on the maximum principal amount of home equity loans for the refinancing of certain loans secured by the homestead.
  Author: Villarreal, Mike | et. al.
  Committees: Investments & Financial Services
  Last Action: Left pending in committee

82nd Regular Session, 2011
HJR 90 (82nd R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment providing for an exception from the limitation on the maximum principal amount of home equity loans and home equity lines of credit for the refinancing of certain loans secured by the homestead.
  Author: Hartnett, Will
  Committees: Business & Industry
  Last Action: Left pending in committee

80th Regular Session, 2007
HJR 72 (80th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment to clarify certain provisions relating to the making of a home equity loan and use of home equity loan proceeds.
  Author: Solomons, Burt
  Sponsor: Carona, John
  Committees: Financial Institutions | Business & Commerce
  Last Action: Filed with the Secretary of State
SJR 54 (80th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to home equity loans allowed following refinance of certain homestead purchase money loans and to the minimum advance limit on a home equity line of credit.
  Author: Carona, John
  Committees: Business & Commerce
  Last Action: Referred to Business & Commerce

79th Regular Session, 2005
HB 637 (79th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to authorizing an extension of credit secured by a residence homestead in which a minor or ward has an ownership interest.
  Author: Goolsby, Tony
  Sponsor: Zaffirini, Judith
  Committees: Financial Institutions | Business & Commerce
  Last Action: Effective on 9/1/05
HJR 45 (79th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment simplifying requirements for certain refinances of home equity loans without additional cash advances.
  Author: Flynn, Dan
  Committees: Financial Institutions
  Last Action: Left pending in committee
HJR 52 (79th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment lowering the minimum amount of a debit or advance allowed under a home equity line of credit.
  Author: Flynn, Dan
  Committees: Financial Institutions
  Last Action: Left pending in committee

78th Regular Session, 2003
HB 1841 (78th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to home equity loans and the interpretation of certain constitutional provisions by certain state agencies.
  Author: Solomons, Burt
  Committees: Financial Institutions
  Last Action: Left pending in committee
HB 2713 (78th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to additional interest for default on certain secondary mortgage loans.
  Author: Gutierrez, Roberto
  Committees: Financial Institutions
  Last Action: Laid on the table subject to call
HCR 277 (78th R.S.)
  Caption: Instructing the enrolling clerk of the senate to make technical corrections to S.J.R. No. 42.
  Author: Solomons, Burt
  Sponsor: Carona, John
  Last Action: Signed by the Governor
HJR 23 (78th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment permitting refinancing of a home equity loan with a reverse mortgage.
  Author: Hochberg, Scott | et. al.
  Sponsor: Carona, John
  Committees: Financial Institutions | Business & Commerce
  Last Action: Filed with the Secretary of State
HJR 70 (78th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to home equity loans.
  Author: Solomons, Burt
  Committees: Financial Institutions
  Last Action: Left pending in committee
SB 1067 (78th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to home equity lending and high-cost home loans.
  Author: Carona, John
  Sponsor: Solomons, Burt
  Committees: Financial Institutions | Business & Commerce
  Last Action: Effective on adoption of const. amendment
SB 1430 (78th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to additional interest for default on certain secondary mortgage loans.
  Author: Averitt, Kip
  Sponsor: Gutierrez, Roberto
  Committees: Financial Institutions | Business & Commerce
  Last Action: Effective immediately
SJR 17 (78th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment simplifying requirements for certain refinances of home equity loans without additional cash advances.
  Author: Carona, John
  Committees: Business & Commerce
  Last Action: Referred to Business & Commerce
SJR 18 (78th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment allowing a lender or holder of a home equity loan to cure certain violations.
  Author: Carona, John
  Committees: Business & Commerce
  Last Action: Referred to Business & Commerce
SJR 42 (78th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing a home equity line of credit, providing for administrative interpretation of home equity lending law, and otherwise relating to the making, refinancing, repayment, and enforcement of home equity loans.
  Author: Carona, John
  Sponsor: Solomons, Burt
  Committees: Financial Institutions | Business & Commerce
  Last Action: Filed with the Secretary of State
SJR 47 (78th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing home equity lines of credit.
  Author: Fraser, Troy
  Committees: Business & Commerce
  Last Action: No action taken in committee
SJR 52 (78th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment limiting fees charged to home equity loan borrowers and prohibiting certain predatory practices.
  Author: West, Royce
  Committees: Business & Commerce
  Last Action: Referred to Business & Commerce
SJR 56 (78th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment simplifying home equity borrowing.
  Author: Carona, John
  Committees: Business & Commerce
  Last Action: Referred to Business & Commerce

77th Regular Session, 2001
HJR 4 (77th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment correcting technical errors in home equity lien provisions of the Texas Constitution and clarifying a lender's ability to cure certain violations of the home equity lien provisions.
  Author: Wolens, Steven
  Committees: Financial Institutions
  Last Action: Left pending in committee
HJR 101 (77th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment simplifying requirements for certain refinances of home equity loans without additional cash advances.
  Author: Solomons, Burt
  Committees: Financial Institutions
  Last Action: Left pending in committee
SJR 42 (77th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment correcting technical errors in home equity lien provisions of the Texas Constitution and clarifying a lender's ability to cure certain violations of the home equity lien provisions.
  Author: Carona, John
  Committees: Business & Commerce
  Last Action: Referred to Business & Commerce
SJR 43 (77th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment simplifying requirements for certain refinances of home equity loans without additional cash advances.
  Author: Carona, John
  Committees: Business & Commerce
  Last Action: Referred to Business & Commerce

76th Regular Session, 1999
HB 1547 (76th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to adoption of rules to interpret home equity lending law.
  Author: Danburg, Debra | et. al.
  Committees: Financial Institutions
  Last Action: Left pending in committee
SB 48 (76th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to the adoption of rules to interpret home equity lending law.
  Author: Carona, John
  Committees: State Affairs
  Last Action: Referred to State Affairs
SJR 8 (76th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to delegate to a state agency or officer authority to adopt rules interpreting home equity lending law.
  Author: Carona, John
  Committees: Economic Development
  Last Action: Reported from s/c favorably w/o amendments

70th Regular Session, 1987
HB 2147 (70th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to mortgage loans and to encumbrances on homestead property.
  Author: Evans, Charles
  Committees: Financial Institutions
  Last Action: Referred to subcommittee
SB 421 (70th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to mortgage loans and to encumbrances on homestead property.
  Author: Glasgow, Bob
  Committees: State Affairs
  Last Action: Left as pending business in comm.
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