Initial thoughts: Did the CFPB successfully update TRID?

Initial thoughts: Did the CFPB successfully update TRID? consumer financial services litigation and Compliance. – Consumer Financial Services Litigation and Compliance A blog dedicated to what’s going on with the CFPB, the FTC, various litigation involving consumer protection statutes, and, in general, all things related to consumer.

Silver Lining of TRID for Real Estate Investors Initial thoughts: Did the CFPB successfully update TRID? www.housingwire.com The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s new proposal to update its Know Before You Owe rule came out barely even a week ago. Coming in at a whopping 293 pages, there is a lot of information that everyone is working through.

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Brandy Hood was quoted in Brena Swanson’s HousingWire article, "Initial Thoughts: Did the CFPB Successfully Update TRID?," on August 5, 2016. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s new proposal to update its Know Before You Owe rule has only been in the hands of the industry for a week.

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Do you think all of the effort lenders have made in implementing TRID will be worth it, from a consumer protection/education perspective? Do you think the industry will successfully. these initial.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) new TILA-RESPA. failed to properly update their processes. What almost all mortgage technology vendors seem to agree on is that TRID is manageable.

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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s new proposal to update its Know Before You Owe rule has only been in the hands of the industry for a week. Coming in at a whopping 293 pages, there is a lot.