TRID update: It’s ‘appropriate’ for agents and brokers to access Closing Disclosure

The CFPB finalized updates to the 560-page TRID rules, including an update about privacy and sharing of information that should make it easier for agents and brokers to access the Closing Disclosure. …

Happy birthday, TRID: A year in, here’s what Realtors think of you

Monday marked an important anniversary in the industry, though it’s doubtful that any real estate offices busted out the champagne to celebrate a controversial 1,800-page, sweeping reform of the mortgage transaction process that took effect on Oct. 3, …

TRID — the reason I drink

The new TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) went into effect on Oct. 3, 2015. It’s two months later, and real estate professionals, as well as many buyers, have given the acronym a new meaning: TRID stands for “the reason I drink.” …

Title company offers prescription for pain-free TRID transition

With the Aug. 1 implementation deadline for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s sweeping TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosures (TRID) regulation drawing ever closer, one title company is offering lenders three tips to alleviate potential pain points they may experience during the transition …

3 reasons why the CFPB should delay TRID enforcement

Sweeping changes are coming to the mortgage closing process — and Congressional lawmakers are working with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) to enact a “hold-harmless” enforcement period for the real estate, mortgage and title and settlement services industries …

3 reasons why the CFPB should delay TRID enforcement

Sweeping changes are coming to the mortgage closing process — and congressional lawmakers are working with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) to enact a “hold-harmless” enforcement period for the real estate, mortgage and title and settlement services industries …