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05/04/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

New rules from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau are going into effect October 3. These changes will have a big impact your clients’ closing documents and procedures.

To fully understand what’s changing, you can read 1,988 pages of federal regulations or take advantage of the following resources from TAR: 

The Texas Association of REALTORS® will continue to provide updates between now and October 3 to ensure that your closings go smoothly. 

Categories: Forms, Legal
Tags: legal, forms, respa, cfpb, tila, lending

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