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Volume 25 - Number 9

April 28, 2014

Bureau Issues Guidelines for ‘eClosing’ Pilot Participation

As part of the CFPB’s public forum last week during which the agency announced its forthcoming eClosing pilot project, the bureau also issued guidelines that articulate the minimum functionalities required of potential participants and spell out the features the CFPB wants to test in the pilot. To join the bureau’s pilot on electronic closings, each participant must currently have a system that meets minimal technical capabilities and requirements, as demonstrated by specific features and functionalities. “The CFPB created these minimum requirements to ensure that the pilot program is focused on the specific features and consumer outcomes that the bureau is seeking to evaluate,” the agency said. First, a pilot participant must have an eClosing solution with the ability to store...

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