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Despite TRID Rule Delay, DocMagic to be Fully TRID-Compliant by Aug. 1

Jun 22, 2015

DocMagic Inc. has announced that the CFPB’s proposed delay will have no bearing on its plans to be ready to  meet the CFPB’s originally planned Aug. 1 due date to implement the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) rule. 

“The CFPB only stated that they will be issuing a ‘proposed amendment’ to delay the rule to Oct. 1, which means it could possibly finalize a shorter time period,” said Rich Horn, TRID legal advisor to DocMagic and former senior counsel and special advisor at the CFPB. Mr. Horn led the 1,888 page final TRID rule and the design and consumer testing of the new mortgage disclosures. “Lenders would be wise to keep their foot on the gas and proceed with their TRID implementation work, and DocMagic gets that."

“DocMagic has been working very closely with our clients, LOS partners, industry experts and other mortgage entities to be absolutely 100 percent certain that we are TRID compliant by the original Aug. 1 date,” said Dominic Iannitti, president and CEO of DocMagic. “The CFPB’s announcement about the proposed delay will not change our momentum.  All of our systems will be TRID-compliant come Aug. 1 ranging from loan document production to LOS integrations to our new Collaborative Closing Portal, SmartCLOSE."

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