Will the Origination Charges now be broken down for individual fees?

Creditors determine the level of itemization of "Origination Charges" that is appropriate. The creditor may use a general label that uses terminology that clearly and conspicuously describes the service that is disclosed as an origination charge pursuant to §1026.37(f)(1). Items that are listed under the subheading ‘‘Origination Charges’’ may include, for example, application fee, origination fee, underwriting fee, processing fee, verification fee, and rate-lock fee.

Citation(s): §1026.37(f)(1); Commentary ¶37(f)(1)(i)-3; and, Commentary ¶37(f)(1)(i)-5
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Origination Charges individual fees fee disclosure requirements

CFPB announcement regarding the delay of TRID

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is delaying until October 3, 2015, the effective date of the TILA-RESPA Final Rule and the related TILA-RESPA Amendments. In light of certain procedural requirements under the Congressional Review Act (CRA), the TILA- RESPA Final Rule and the TILA-RESPA Amendments cannot take effect on August 1, 2015, as originally provided by those rules. To comply with the CRA and to help ensure the smooth implementation of the TILA-RESPA Final Rule, the Bureau is extending the effective date of both the TILA-RESPA Final Rule and the TILA-RESPA Amendments beyond the additional minimum period required by the CRA to October 3, 2015, as proposed. The Bureau is also making certain technical amendments to the Official Interpretations of Regulation Z to reflect the new effective date and technical corrections to two provisions of Regulation Z adopted by the TILA-RESPA Final Rule.

The full statement from CFPB Director Richard Cordray can be viewed here

Popular KBYO questions

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