We can be a big help with all the big changes you’re facing.
As a mortgage lender, you know better than anyone else the changes facing all the participants in the real estate transaction. You can rest assured that Stewart is ahead of the curve. Upon the release of the proposed mortgage and closing disclosure rule on July 9, 2012, our CFPB task force immediately began evaluating the legal aspects of the rule and initiating the process to account for the various possible scenarios outlined within the proposed rule.
We are updating our associates and our agencies on an ongoing basis and working with a variety of industry experts to analyze all possible scenarios resulting from the mortgage disclosure rule and other CFPB regulations affecting the real estate transaction.
We have been working within our Stewart Title offices and with our independent agencies to:
- Mirror current transactions using the new forms
- Determine the workflow under the three-day rule
- Provide responses and feedback to the American Land Title Association® and the CFPB
In fact, it has been our goal to make it easy for you to find a trusted provider for your transactions.
Title Insurance and Settlement Company Best Practices from ALTA® are meant to serve as a guide for ALTA members in enhancing existing business practices to protect consumers, ensure quality service, provide for ongoing employee training, and meet legal and market requirements.
Stewart TRID Survey for Lenders White Paper
Stewart conducted a formal survey of over 300 lenders across all 50 states to gauge the level of preparedness for TRID. This white paper provides a summary of the survey results as well as subsequent findings. Download the PDF white paper below.
The title agencies and attorney agents that are part of the Stewart network go through what we believe to be the most rigorous vetting process in the industry. The Stewart Trusted Provider seal validates the high quality standards they have met to be a Stewart agent.
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