CFPB ComplianceWhat It Is & What It Means To You
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Resources & Useful Links
To explore a number of TRID compliance PDFs, check out the CFPB’s TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure rule implementation page. There is an assortment of sample integrated loan disclosure forms available for download, from blank forms to examples of completed forms.
Home Closing 101 is a website provided by the American Land Title Association (ALTA) to assist consumers in educating themselves about the closing process. Information regarding closing costs and title insurance can be found here.
The TRID Resource Center at Buckley Sandler LLP provides a single source for information and current events associated with the CFPB’s regulations and decisions.
The CFPB Monitor, a site provided by Ballard Spahr LLP, is a good source for articles and news associated with all things RESPA.
Click here to see a blank version of the CD form used for most residential real estate closing transactions. This form replaced the Final Truth In Lending and HUD-1 Settlement Statement forms previously utilized.
Click here to see a blank version of the ALTA form used for most real estate closing transactions. This form is a replacement of or alternative to the HUD-1 Settlement Statement forms.
The form found here is a blank sample of the CFPB’s new Loan Estimate form that went into effect October 3, 2015. This form replaced the Initial TIL (Truth-in-Lending) disclosure and Good Faith Estimate forms for many residential mortgage transactions.