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Articles about TRID

 

Residential | November 2017 
The Elixir for TRID Imperfections
Nothing in life is perfect, and no amount of magic potions or diet pills can change that. Mortgage professionals understand this all too well. Despite all the regulations and requirements that dictate...
By Josh Friend, founder and CEO, InSellerate

Residential | October 2017 
Alleviate Disclosure Pain
It’s amazing how much mortgage disclosures have changed in just two years. Back then, responsibility for preparing initial and closing disclosures was clearly delineated and relatively pain free. Orig...
By Tiffany Bjarnson, product manager, Simplifile

Residential | July 2017 
Overcoming Bifurcated-Disclosure Confusion
 At a Glance ...
By Paul Clifford, president, Simplifile

Residential | April 2017 
Collaboration Requires a Heavy Lift
It’s transition time in Washington as the change in leadership in the nation’s capital brings the potential for changes in regulations, particularly as they relate to housing finance. Republican...
By Paul Clifford, president, Simplifile

Residential | February 2017 
Fixing TRID's Catch-22 Rules
It’s been more than a year since the effective date of the TRID consumer-disclosure rules, and a lingering fear of violating its requirements still remains for many mortgage professionals. ...
By Holly Spencer Bunting, partner, Mayer Brown

Residential | November 2016 
Nightmare Scenario for Compliance
Imagine a world where mortgage originators are constantly issuing second or third Closing Disclosures (CDs) to borrowers because of fee adjustments, with each fee change triggering TRID rules requirin...
By Janice Minchenberg, director of implementation management, Digital Risk

Residential | October 2016 
Scanning for TRID Risks
With the one-year anniversary of the implementation of the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) rules upon us, the mortgage industry is still grappling with the broad-sweeping changes this piece of...
By Phil McCall, chief operating officer, ACES Risk Management Corp.

Residential | October 2016 
Simplifying Technology Is Hard
Young mortgage originators probably don’t remember a time when they didn’t have access to a loan-origination software (LOS) system. Just 25 years ago, however, loans were still being originated on typ...
By Doug Chang, founder and CEO, Calyx Software

Residential | July 2016 
Bad Timing Boosts Home-Loan Costs
The cost of implementing the Truth in Lending Act and Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act Integrated Disclosure (TRID) rules has received a lot of attention in the mortgage industry. The new disclos...
By Michael Delehanty, chief financial officer, Community Home Lenders Association

Residential | July 2016 
Polish Those Defective Loans
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has a worthwhile goal of providing consumers with a more predictable and transparent mortgage process. Unfortunately, in the nine months since the imple...
By Jeff Bode, owner and CEO, Mid America Mortgage Inc.

Residential | May 2016 
Prepare for the Next Wave of Compliance
At a glanceRegulators are looking at originator compensationThe Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's Regulation Z prohibits an originator's compensation from being based on any terms or conditions o...
By Corey Hulbert, associate vice president and head of sales, SmartProp at ATPR Inc.

Residential | April 2016 
Head Down the Right Road
For some mortgage businesses, the implementation of processes to comply with new Truth in Lending Act and Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act Integrated Disclosure rules (TRID) has been rocky in the...
By Michael P. Bell, principal, Closeline Settlements; and Elliot M. Liss, founding principal, Closeline Settlements

Residential | March 2016 
Communication Enhances the Mortgage Process
A rapidly growing chorus of mortgage originators are banking on streamlined technological efficiency as a ticket to the future. It’s no coincidence that the industry’s newfound em...
By Craig Martin, director and the mortgage practice lead, J.D. Power

Residential | March 2016 
Lead the Way With TRID
Now that the initial shock of the new consumer-disclosure rules known as TRID has passed, mortgage professionals can take a deep breath and review what is working and what is not. This is the perfect ...
By Jason C. Myers, founder and principal, Carolina Lending Group

Residential | February 2016 
The Future of Mortgage Technology is SMART
The new Closing Disclosure form mandated under the Truth in Lending Act and Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act Integrated Disclosure (TRID) rules and regulated by the Consumer Financi...
By Rachael Sokolowski, president, Magnolia Technologies

 
 

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