The CFPB has launched a third round of testing in its “Know Before You Owe” project. Last month, as we reported, the CFPB began testing and requested public input on two revised prototypes (named Mimosa and Sassafras) of a mortgage loan settlement disclosure combining the final TILA disclosure and the RESPA HUD-1 Settlement Statement.

In an earlier post about the CFPB’s “Know Before You Owe” project, I commented that it was unclear how the CFPB intended to approach required RESPA/TILA disclosures other than the early TILA disclosure and the RESPA good faith estimate. The project was launched in May to design a simplified mortgage loan disclosure combining the disclosures