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We're here to guide you through the challenges of a new regulatory environment.

As the focal point for real estate transactions, real estate professionals will be affected by a number of rules and regulations put forth by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). You will need to be able to talk your clients through the new forms resulting from the proposed mortgage disclosure rule – which will also affect the timing of your transactions with a mandatory three-day notification for both the Loan Estimate form and the Closing Disclosure form. You’ll also deal with the fallout of clients having to qualify for a mortgage under the more stringent underwriting requirements of the Ability-to-Repay/Qualifying Mortgage rule.


So, what should you do about all of these new changes? First, learn as much as you can about the new rules and prepare for the changes in the transaction process well ahead of time. Second, meet with lenders you trust to learn more about the new QM rule. Third, make sure your closing partners are vetted and verified by your lenders and meet with them to discuss the new disclosures and their preparations for the new regulatory environment.


At Title One we’re your source for information and expertise on the closing process under the new regulatory environment. We’ll keep this site updated with the latest news and let you know how we think the various rules and regulations will affect our transactions.


And, of course, you can depend on continuing to receive the highest level of service both during and after the transition.


Are you Ready for the Changes Ahead?

Title One is hosting ongoing local educational presentations covering all aspects of the proposed CFPB rule.  Contact your Escrow Officer for details.

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