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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) was created with the mission to make markets for consumer financial products and services safer for consumers. One of the CFPB’s mandates was to propose regulations, which they did on July 9, 2012, integrating the consumer disclosures required under RESPA and the Truth-in-Lending Act (TILA) in order to make it easier for consumers to shop for mortgages and protect them from costly surprises at their closing.
After more than two years of extensive research, testing and review, the CFPB has announced the final integrated mortgage disclosures rule, which go into effect August 1, 2015. Stewart is approaching the implementation of the final mortgage disclosures rule and other regulations as an opportunity to provide even better transparency and service to all parties involved in the real estate transaction. We invite you to use this site, and us, as a resource to help ensure you’re prepared for the coming changes.
Get the answers you need to help your clients understand the proposed new disclosure forms and changes to the transaction process.
Discover why the network of Stewart policy-issuing agencies is your best resource for trusted service providers.
Market your elite status as a Stewart Trusted Provider and position yourself to succeed in the new regulatory environment.
Learn what the proposed rules and regulations from the CFPB mean for your real estate transaction.
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