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By Ellie Mae
RESPA-TILA, TILA-RESPA or TRID. No matter what credit unions call the new Integrated Mortgage Disclosure rule, call it huge. It makes ATR/QM look like child’s play.
Here are four tips credit unions should consider to make sure they’re ready for when the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) and Truth-in-Lending Act (TILA) Integrated Mortgage Disclosures Final Rule (RESPA-TILA) goes live this year on Aug. 1.
RESPA-TILA consolidates four existing disclosures for closed-end credit transactions secured by real property. The forms being replaced by RESPA-TILA are:
In their place, RESPA-TILA mandates the use of two disclosures: a three-page loan estimate and a five-page closing disclosure.
RESPA-TILA also mandates changes to current processes and delivery deadlines:
With the right technology, credit unions can comply with RESPA-TILA without sacrificing compliance, loan quality, or efficiency. Ask yourself:
Even if your organization hasn’t started preparing for RESPA-TILA, there’s still time. Identify affected products, departments, and staff as well as the business process, operational, and technology changes that will be necessary for compliance.
Ellie Mae (NYSE:ELLI) is a leading provider of innovative on-demand software solutions and services for the residential mortgage industry. Visit EllieMae.com or call 877.355.4362 to learn more.
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March 2, 2015
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