Even several years after the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosures (TRID) rule has been effective, along with a couple tweaks by the CFPB, compliance has been elusive. The rules can be so detailed and prescriptive that 100% accuracy is near impossible. After a year of light-touch exams, where lenders were expected to demonstrate a “good faith effort to comply,” scrutiny of TRID disclosures has become quite intense. Plus when you consider the legal liability of inaccurate disclosure of the many fees, identifying the many hot spots of TRID becomes paramount.
In this webinar we’ll explore those hot spots, gray areas, and frequently-violated provisions. We’ll spend time discussing the timing of the various disclosures (which can get quite complicated), disclosure of fees, and calculating tolerances and potential reimbursement issues. Our goal is to ensure you understand where the TRID rules can create uncertainty and risk, and insulate your institution as much as possible from noncompliance.
- Coverage issues – straightforward but still a challenge
- Application issues – data points, preapprovals, and more
- The complicated timing rules of TRID: the 3-day LE rule, 7-day LE rule, and the 3-day CD rule. Making sure you count correctly.
- Problems with disclosure of various fees
- Providing a revised Loan Estimate – when can you do this? How does it impact tolerance issues?
- Changed Circumstances – what this does and what it does NOT do
- Proper calculation of tolerances/variances – what is your baseline?
- Corrected CDs – timing is everything
- Redisclosure and reimbursement after closing
Who Should Attend?
Loan officers, compliance professionals, auditors, QA/QC staff, processors, management, legal staff, and anyone else involved in the consumer mortgage application, processing, and closing processes will benefit from the information in this webinar.
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