TRID grace period bill looks for a plan B

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However, there has been activity in Congress to make a formal TRID grace period official through legislation, though nothing has actually passed yet. A vote is scheduled this week in the House on H.R. 3192 which includes a TRID grace period through the end of the year.

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Despite numerous attempts to pass it, a bill that would define a four-month grace period for TRID enforcement is still stuck in Congress – and the White House has already promised to veto it

BLOG VIEW: The date is here Oct. 3, 2015. For months, the mortgage industry has been bracing itself for the implementation of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure rule (TRID), which will have a sweeping effect on lenders, settlement agents, brokers and consumers.

TRID Waiting Periods: Definitions: Definitions of Business Day: There are two definitions of business day to keep in mind: General Definition of Business Day 1026.2(a)(6)-1: is any day on which the creditor’s offices are open to conduct substantially all of its business functions.

U.S. Senate bill calls for creating TRID grace period through year’s end Legislation has been introduced in the U.S. Senate that calls for creating a short-term safe harbor for mortgage lenders from new consumer disclosure rules, known as TRID, that are set to become effective in early October.

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Tying it to appropriations bill to avoid veto. The Homebuyers Assistance Act, H.R. 3192, which passed the House in October by a vote of 303-121, has yet to make its way to the Senate and the president has threatened to veto it if it gets to his desk. The bill provides a four-month grace period for businesses that are working in good faith.

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