Ellison Speaks Out against HR 5461 and on behalf of Independent Settlement Agents and Consumer’s

As the congress continues to lash out at the Dodd-Frank Bill and attempt to diminish its effectiveness, certain members of congress continue to wage the fight for preservation of the law, maintaining the integrity of the settlement process and protecting  the consumer. NAILTA is proud to be a supporter of Congressman Ellison and members of…

CFPB Publishes New Online Resources to Help You Comply with Joint Disclosure Rule Changes

This month, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) released several new compliance guides to help settlement agents understand the upcoming changes to the HUD-1 Settlement Statement and Good Faith Estimate.  As you know, those changes occur on August 1, 2015.  In particular, the CFPB has released a small business compliance guide to help you understand…

NAILTA Weighs In on Stonebridge Title, CFPB Enforcement and the Henson Case

The question of regulation and enforcement of RESPA Sections 8 (a) and (b)have been hot-button issues for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and the federal courts.  Recently, two matters have arrived on the regulatory scene that helps to define and, perhaps, alter what was previously known about compliance and we want to make NAILTA members aware of them.