Total TRID Training - Part III

This 4 part webinar series will be held on June 25, 30, July 6, and July 10. Please register for this event HERE.

The Truth In Lending/Real Estate Settlement Procedures Integrated Disclosures (TRID) requirements are overwhelming for almost everyone, but especially so for someone with little or no experience with the requirements. The TRID rules were originally published in 2013 and were effective in October 2015. Final TRID 2.0 rules were published in July 2017, and were effective on October 1, 2018. The next version of the TRID rules are in development right now.

This four-part program provides the information needed to master the TRID rules. It focuses on origination of closed-end loans secured by real property. It does not cover open-end credit or credit that is unsecured or secured by collateral other than real property or a cooperative unit.

This four-part program provides a very comprehensive review of the TRID rules, the Loan Estimate (LE), and the Closing Disclosure (CD). Whether you are new to TRID or a veteran seeking a review of the requirements this program will meet your needs.

Participants receive a detailed manual that serves as a handbook long after the program is completed.

Covered Topics

The TRID rules are divided into the four parts of this program. While it appears that certain content is repeated in more than one part, the content of certain disclosures vary between the LE and the CD, and there are definitely different rules for construction loans.

Closing Disclosure – Line-by-Line

  • General Information
  • Loan Terms
  • Projected Payments
  • Costs at Closing
  • Loan Costs
  • Other Costs
  • Calculating Cash to Close
  • Summaries of Transactions
  • Loan Disclosures
  • Loan Calculations
  • Other Disclosures
  • Contact Information
  • Air Table
  • AP Table
  • Confirm Receipt

Who Should Attend?

The program is designed for loan officers, compliance officers, loan support staff, marketing staff, auditors, and any others with responsibilities related to the TRID rules.