What constitutes proper “changed circumstances”?

 

Hi Folks, we wanted to address a few TRID issues this week.

We hear a lot of comments each week from our clients about how TRID implementation is working. Some clients are in the “TRID Groove” closing their loans in less than 30 days without any LE or CD issues.

Others tell us that almost every deal has a glitch of one kind or another. Most of those clients are Brokers, not Lenders. This demonstrates that the Lender is going to do what the Lender wants to protect himself regarding TRID, and the Broker may be jumping through those hoops for a while until things really settle down.

We thought it might be helpful to send you a few TRID related documents that have been available on this Blog. The first document is a TRID Quick Reference. This is a good one to make copies of and pass around.  Trid Simplified 090115

The next document is a Changed Circumstances Matrix that has been available on the internet for a few months now. It is pretty clear and appears to have been widely accepted by compliance companies and lenders alike. Changed Circumstances TRID 022216

Finally, we have a recording training session here on the blog – it is 30 minutes long and uses plain English. Go take a listen.

If you are uncomfortable with your compliance effort you can call us at (800) 656-4584.

What’s on your compliance shelf?  Why worry? Just call us.

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