On December 29, 2015, CFPB Director Richard Cordray issued a letter in response to concerns raised by the Mortgage Bankers Association regarding violations of the CFPBs new TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) rule, also known as the Know Before You Owe rule. In an effort to address concerns that technical TRID violations are resulting in extraordinarily high rejection rates by secondary market purchasers of mortgage loans, Director Cordray acknowledged that, despite best efforts, there inevitably will be inadvertent errors in the early days. However, he suggested that rejections based on formatting and other minor errors are an overreaction to the initial implementation of the new rule and that the risk to private investors from good-faith formatting errors and the like is negligible. He expressed hope that this issue will dissipate as the industry gains experience with closings, loan purchases, and examinations.
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Benjamin K. Olson, (202) 349-7924Clinton R. Rockwell,(310) 424-3901Jeffrey P. Naimon, (202) 349-8030John P. Kromer, (202) 349-8040Joseph M. Kolar, (202) 349-8020Jeremiah S. Buckley, (202) 349-8010Joseph J. Reilly, (202) 349-7965Amanda Raines Lawrence, (202) 349-8089Melissa Klimkiewicz, (202) 349-8098Jonathan W. Cannon, (310) 424-3903Brandy A. Hood, (202) 461-2911Steven vonBerg, (202) 524-7893TAGS: CFPB, TRID