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Volume 25 - Number 19

September 15, 2014

Mortgage Lenders Need to Get With The TRID Now, Antonakes Urges

CFPB Deputy Director Steve Antonakes told attendees at the North Carolina Bankers Association’s mortgage conference last week that lenders need to start prepping for the bureau’s impending TILA/RESPA Integrated Disclosure rule, known in bureau-speak these days as the “TRID.” While the use of the TRID’s new Loan Estimate and Closing Disclosure forms is not required until August 2015, “mortgage lenders should already be working on the new rule and getting ready now,” Antonakes urged. “Significant changes to business operations and technology platforms will require close collaboration with third-party service providers. “While many mortgage institutions are already deep into implementing these changes, we want to make sure that everyone understands the need to be focusing on August 2015 now,” Antonakes emphasized...

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