Mfg: The Koogler Group
The federal TILA-RESPA Integrative Disclosure [TRID] Rule has created significant confusion for consumers and industry personnel alike, especially regarding the treatment of title insurance under the Rule. TRID transactions with separate consumer and seller Closing Disclosures generally necessitate the use of a non-TRID third form for proper escrow administration; as well as a comparison chart of Federally-disclosed title premium vs. State-regulated title premium. In addition, the TRID Rule has spurred issues between settlement service providers [lenders, realtors, title (settlement) agents] regarding privacy issues and dissemination of Closing Disclosures. These and other issues including CFPB Bulletin 2012-03 and industry “best practices” certification have coalesced into a heightened level of liability exposure for title agents/agencies which, left untended, could result in an increase in consumer complaints and/or UDAP allegations through no fault of agents/agencies.
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|8:00 AM||8:30 AM||Registration|
|8:30 AM||10:00 AM||AM Session 1|
|10:00 AM||10:20 AM||AM Break|
|10:20 AM||12:00 PM||AM Session 2|
|12:00 PM||1:00 PM||Lunch|
|1:00 PM||1:10 PM||PM Sign-In|
|1:10 PM||2:50 PM||PM Session 1|
|2:50 PM||3:10 PM||PM Break|
|3:10 PM||5:00 PM||PM Session 2|