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CFPB Know Before You Owe Webinar

Posted in Events, Mortgage

On Tuesday, April 12 at 2:00 p.m. Eastern the CFPB will conduct a one-hour webinar to answer frequently asked questions about the Know Before You Owe (TRID) mortgage disclosure rule, focusing on new questions and guidance received after the rule’s October 2015 effective date. Click here to register.

ABA Survey Quantifies TRID Costs, Delays

Posted in CFPB, Mortgage

On March 1, the American Bankers Association published results of its 2016 TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosures (TRID) Survey. The Survey aggregates data gathered between February 1, 2016 and February 17, 2016, from 548 of the ABA’s member banks. The Survey questions focused on costs and related effects of the CFPB’s TRID rule, which became effective in… Read More

Know Before You Sell: CFPB Letter on “Know Before You Owe” Implementation

Posted in CFPB, Mortgage

In response to a written request from the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), Richard Cordray, Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, penned a response dated December 29, 2015, addressing implementation of the Truth-in-Lending Act- Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act Integrated Disclosure Rule (known as TRID) (the “Rule”). The Director responded to MBA’s concerns that the… Read More

CFPB Publishes Semi-Annual Rulemaking Agenda

Posted in Arbitration, Auto Lending, CFPB, Credit Reports, Mortgage, Payday Lending, Regulatory Developments, Student Lending

Just in time for the holidays, the CFPB released its Fall 2015 rulemaking agenda on Friday, November 20. The agenda does not include any major surprises, but it does slightly revise the projected timeline for several highly anticipated rulemaking activities. This alert lays out the highlights to consider between doses of turkey, football, and family…. Read More

MBA TRID Resource Guide 2nd Edition

Posted in CFPB, Mortgage, Regulatory Developments

The Mortgage Bankers Association has released the 2nd Edition of its TRID Resource Guide. The guide has been updated to reflect new developments since TRID took effect on October 3, 2015. Click here for more information.

CFPB Sends Industry Letter on TRID

Posted in CFPB, Mortgage

On October 1, regulators including the CFPB sent a letter to mortgage industry trade groups regarding TRID. The letter states that: “During initial examinations for compliance with the rule, the Bureau’s examiners will evaluate an institution’s compliance management system and overall efforts to come into compliance, recognizing the scope and scale of changes necessary for… Read More

CFPB Publishes Results of eClosing Pilot Program

Posted in CFPB, Mortgage

On August 5, the CFPB released a 90-page report summarizing the results of its eClosing pilot program, a research initiative launched in April 2014 to explore whether electronic closing processes offer measurable benefits to mortgage borrowers. According to the CFPB, the pilot program was part of the agency’s overall “Know Before You Owe” campaign, through… Read More

CFPB TRID Webinar Series

Posted in CFPB, Mortgage

The CFPB has released a recording of its most recent webinar on the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosures rule, “TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure, Part 5: Implementation Challenges and Questions.” To view this webinar, and parts 1-4 in the CFPB TRID webinar series, click here.

Never Say Never: CFPB Gives Breathing Room for TRID Implementation

Posted in CFPB, Mortgage

After months of playing hard-to-get with industry advocates, the CFPB’s Director Richard Cordray put out a statement that the CFPB is proposing to delay the effective date of the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) by two months, from August 1 to October 1. According to Cordray, the time extension is being granted to correct an “administrative… Read More

Donald Lampe Comments on TRID Litigation Risk

Posted in CFPB, Mortgage

Morrison & Foerster Partner Donald Lampe is featured in the Law360 article, “Litigation Tops Lenders’ Fears in Home Closing Overhaul.” To read the article, click here (subscription required).