CFPB: Changes to TRID coming soon

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TRID Is Coming: Are You Prepared? By Tim Ross. on .. Originally set to take effect August 2015, the CFPB has postponed the effective start date of TRID, which will now go into effect on October 1, 2015.. Should any changes be made to closing documentation, lenders are required to reissue the disclosure to buyers and another three-day.

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reprogramming of systems so soon after the October 2015 effective date or to otherwise distract from industry’s intense and very productive efforts to resolve outstanding implementation issues.” As such, the proposal does not address every concern that has been raised to the CFPB. It further states that “the

So the CFPB announced that it will propose changes to TRID in July to provide "greater certainty and clarity" to the mortgage industry. This does not mean that TRID is going away . It means that they will make adjustments and provide more clarity.

 · TRID – The Latest Regulatory Changes Coming Soon to the Real Estate Industry. TRID will significantly change the way a mortgage lender discloses to consumers the terms, conditions, and costs associated with most residential mortgage loans. While these new rules were supposed to take place as of August 1, 2015, implementation has been pushed back to October 3, 2015.