TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Requirements

The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act requires the new Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection to combine consumer disclosures under RESPA and TILA into one form.

There are many RESPA changes scheduled to take effect Oct. 3, 2015.  Here are some links that provide information about the upcoming changes. 

Did you miss the Top 20 FAQ’s on TRID webinar? 
Learn the best workflow for timely closing process under the new TRID requirements from the perspectives of a REALTOR®, loan officer and title insurance attorney. Click here and enter your name to view the recording.

CFPB introduces a new toolkit for Buyers

Know Before You Owe- The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Real Estate Professionals Guide

CFPB Webinar - "TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosures, Part 5: Implementation Challenges and Questions"

NCAR Webinar - "The Demise of the HUD-1: Will You Be Ready?"

NCAR Webinar PowerPoint slides

Realtor® Hot Topic, April 24: Understanding the New Real Estate Settlement Forms

RESPA/TILA Changes Right Around the Corner


Big RESPA Changes in 2015