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. This has resulted in the necessity of having a non-TRID third form to properly administer escrow and, in Florida, resulted in Rule 69B-186.008 regarding escrow disbursement [for all transactions] including a comparison chart for TRID transactions. In addition, the TRID Rule has created 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.
The Course covers current and pending status of the following topics with an eye toward limiting liability of title (settlement) agents:
Before registering, please ensure you will be able to attend the full session.
|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|