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TILA RESPA (TRID) Integrated Disclosure Rule Resources

CFPB TILA RESPAWith the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) rule set to go into effect on October 3, mortgage originators, real estate agents and lenders are concerned with how the new regulations will affect their business.

Avantus has created this resource to help mortgage lenders, servicers, brokers, agents and their consumer customers not only understand the procedures required but also ways to implement the process that will minimize the impact on your closing timelines and keep your organization running smoothly.

CFPB Resources:

TRID Rule Small-Entity Compliance Guide – An easy-to-use summary of the TILA-RESPA rule, highlighting issues specific to small creditors and providing guidance for implementation.

The Real Estate Professionals Guide – Ensure smooth and on-time closings with this guide from the CFPB written exclusively for real estate professionals. This easy-to-read detailed guide will help you understand the new disclosures process and help your clients to "know before they owe."

Lender Resources:

Changes to the Mortgage Disclosures and Closing Process – For your real estate agents and brokers, this informative one-page flyer from the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) covers the changes brought by TRID in plain, easy-to-understand language and ways to keep the process running smoothly.

"Know Before You Owe" or the TILA RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) Rule – Also from the Mortgage Bankers Association, a Powerpoint presentation that lenders can use to educate and help their real estate agents and brokers.


A comprehensive collection of the most asked RESPA-TILA questions and answers compiled by Ellie Mae:

If you have any questions regarding compliance and how Avantus can help, please give us a call at (800) 243-0120.