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Volume 2014 - Number 43

November 13, 2014

Relaxing Re-disclosure Timing Requirement to Three Days Would Best Serve Consumers, Industry Says

One key point that much of the mortgage lending industry is contesting in the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s proposed amendments to its integrated disclosure final rule is the timing requirement for re-disclosing the loan estimate. The proposal would amend a final rule to integrate disclosures required by the Truth in Lending Act and the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act that itself won’t be implemented until August 2015. The CFPB tried to make the so-called TRID more workable by giving lenders more time to revise loan estimate disclosures. Revisions based only on changes in rates would have to be made by the next business day after the rate locks, instead of on the same day, which is the current requirement. A number of lender representatives told...

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