Republican Congressman Steve Pearce and Democratic Congressman Brad Sherman have introduced a bill in the House of Representatives (H.R. 2213) that would provide lenders with a temporary safe harbor from enforcement of the TILA-RESPA integrated disclosure (TRID) rule which is set to take effect on August 1, 2015.

The bill provides that the

Sixteen industry trade groups, including the American Bankers Association, the Mortgage Bankers Association, and Financial Services Roundtable, have sent a letter to Director Cordray in which they requested that the CFPB provide additional guidance to help the mortgage industry implement the new TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosures Rule that will become effective on August 1, 2015.

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The CFPB is extending the comment period on its proposed policy statement that would expand the complaint data that it publicly discloses in its Consumer Complaint Database to include “unstructured” complaint narratives.  In a statement released on July 29, 2014, the CFPB states that it is extending the deadline for comments to be filed from

On June 17, 2014, the CFPB staff and Federal Reserve co-hosted a webinar on the final TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosures Rule that will be effective for applications received by creditors or mortgage brokers on or after August 1, 2015.  The webinar is the first in a planned series intended to help creditors, mortgage brokers, settlement agents,

On June 17, 2014, the CFPB and Federal Reserve will be co-hosting a webinar on the TILA-RESPA integrated mortgage loan disclosures.  The webinar’s description indicates that it will be the first of a recurring series of webinars to address the new rule and disclosures.  In the webinar, the CFPB plans to provide an overview

CFPB General Counsel Meredith Fuchs and CFPB Assistant General Counsel for Law and Policy Anne Zorc spoke last week at the Georgetown Consumer Law Society and Citizen Works’ symposium entitled “Making the Fine Print Fair.” The CFPB’s representatives focused on the Bureau’s updates to the RESPA-TILA integrated disclosures rule, about which we previously reported.

As we previously reported, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released the nearly 1,900-page final RESPA-TILA Integrated Disclosures Rule on November 20. The rule will be effective for applications received on or after August 1, 2015. The industry had urged the CFPB to provide a reasonable implementation period in view of the significant changes to

Today, the CFPB issued its long-awaited final rule consolidating the application and closing disclosures required by the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act and Truth in Lending Act for mortgage loan transactions.  The new disclosure forms, which the CFPB have made the centerpiece of its “Know Before You Owe” efforts, consist of a three-page “Loan