The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) published a final rule to implement the new integrated disclosures (TRID) on November 20, 2013. The final rule was effective on October 3, 2015. The TRID rules and guidance from the CFPB continue to evolve. After much industry confusion and concern regarding elements of the regulation, the CFPB released a proposal to update the TRID regulation in July 2016. The final TRID Amendment was released on July 7, 2017, with a mandatory compliance date of October 1, 2018.
This two-hour program reviews the 2017 amendments and explains how the amendments impact the existing rule, including:
- The general rules contained in 1026.19;
- The content rules and the detailed instructions for completing the loan estimate from 1026.37; and
- The content rules and the detailed instructions for completing the closing disclosure from 1026.38.
Daily TRID management continues to challenge many banks and lenders; this webinar provides a thorough review of the 2017 amendments. Whether you are new to TRID or have been involved since its inception, this review of the 2017 amendments provides the information you need in order to implement the changes.
Participants receive a detailed manual that serves as a handbook long after the program is completed.
Upon completion of the program participants understand:
- The expanded scope of TRID coverage;
- The rules for the timing and content of revised disclosures;
- Guidance on sharing disclosures with various parties involved in the mortgage origination process;
- Proper disclosure of construction loans;
- How to disclose simultaneous subordinate lien loans;
- Accurately disclosing the Calculating Cash to Close table;
- Tolerance requirements for charges paid to all parties;
- Clarification on when and how to disclose a rate lock;
- Proper disclosure of lender and seller credits;
- Revisions to disclosures of escrow disclosure requirements; and
- So much more.
This program is designed for managers of all departments that originate mortgage loans, compliance officers, loan officers, auditors and others with responsibilities for preparing, delivering or auditing the TRID disclosures.
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