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FSR Housing Policy Council Statement on CFPB’s Proposed Changes to the Know Before You Owe / TILA-RESPA Rule

The Financial Services Roundtable’s Housing Policy Council (HPC) released the below statement following the release of proposed updates to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) “Know Before You Owe”

FSR Housing Policy Council Statement on CFPB’s Proposed Changes to the Know Before You Owe / TILA-RESPA Rule
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August 1, 2016

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FSR Housing Policy Council Statement on CFPB’s Proposed Changes to the Know Before You Owe / TILA-RESPA Rule

FSR-HPC examining details in nearly 300-page proposal

Washington, DC—The Financial Services Roundtable’s Housing Policy Council (HPC) released the below statement following the release of proposed updates to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) “Know Before You Owe” rule:

“We are pleased the CFPB is making an effort to provide clarity and guidance on the ‘Know Before You Owe’ rule through a proper rulemaking process to address flaws and clarify aspects of this important rule,” said John Dalton, President of FSR’s HPC. “We are committed to ensuring consumers fully understand the terms of their mortgage and look forward to working with the Bureau to achieve that goal. Our industry colleagues and all stakeholders in the mortgage process want to ensure that, in addition to consumers fully understanding the mortgage process, the regulation must be clear and enable lenders to comply and to effectively serve consumers. We are examining the details of the nearly 300-page proposal and will provide constructive comments to the CFPB.”

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