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The CFPB is seeking to comprehensively modify residential mortgage servicing practices in the nation. Some say the move is reminiscent of the activism of the 1970s when our current federal consumer protection laws were first established.
Particularly of note is the manner in which the CFPB is taking the rule-making reigns under the Truth in Lending Act and the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act.
The CFPB proposed rules, expect to be adopted no later than January 21, 2013, would revise Regulation Z under TILA and Regulation X under RESPA in nine major areas.
Learn about the changes straight from the source. Pete Carroll with the CFPB will offer a presentation, moderated by HousingWire Executive Editor Jacob Gaffney, outlining all the changes and give you the power to stay compliant.
|CFPB Mortgage Servicing Standards slides||1.28 MB|
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