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Volume 29 - Number 20

October 1, 2018

Lenders Prepared for TRID 2.0, Seeking Further Clarification

The revised integrated mortgage disclosure rule takes effect this month, and compliance experts said the industry is ready despite some remaining uncertainty. The CFPB last year finalized amendments to its Truth in Lending Act/Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act Integrated Disclosure rule. The revised rule, dubbed TRID 2.0 by the industry, became effective in October 2017, but the agency set Oct. 1, 2018, as the mandatory compliance date ...

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