Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)
The central mission of the CFPB is to make markets for consumer financial products and services work for Americans — whether they are applying for a mortgage, choosing among credit cards, or using any number of other consumer financial products.
- Settlement Professional's Guide
- TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule - Small Entity Compliance Guide
- TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure - Guide to the Loan Estimate and Closing Disclosure Forms
- Mortgage Implementation Readiness Guide
- Loan Estimate Form
- Closing Disclosure Form
- Summary of Final Rule
- Factsheet About the "Know Before You Owe" Mortgage Disclosures
- What the New Simplified Mortgage Disclosures Mean for Consumers
- Know Before You Owe" Final Mortgage Disclosure
- CFPB Mortgage Closings Today - The Role of Technology
- Explainer: How the Final TILA-RESPA Rule Differs From the Proposal
- CFPB Blog: A Final Rule That Makes Mortgage Disclosure Better for Consumers
- April 13, 2012 Service Provider Bulletin
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As the national trade association and voice of the abstract* and title insurance industry, the American Land Title Association (ALTA) regularly acts as an advocate for its members with the CFPB concerning legislative and regulatory issues.
As we approach the CFPB TRID effective date, it's going to be more important than ever to ensure you're protected when purchasing a home. The first step to protecting yourself from title problems with your new home is choosing the right title company. The second is to purchase an owner’s title policy. Watch the stories below to see how one little thing could lead to a big problem when buying a home. Protect yourself with an owner’s title policy from Stewart Title.