HomeBridge is pleased to announce the launch of a comprehensive webinar series and online knowledge center to help industry professionals prepare for the major changes that will occur once the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure rule (TRID) takes effect on August 1.

In line with our mission to be the housing industry’s partner for the path ahead, we created a special landing page as a focal point for professionals seeking additional information on how to prepare for the TRID rule implementation, including live webinars and instructional videos.

Our TRID webinar series will be broken into five monthly installments, with the first beginning March 24. The webinars will be conducted one day each month, twice per day, to accommodate the schedules of industry professionals around the country. The webinars will be led by Phil Schild, HomeBridge’s general counsel and chief compliance officer, along with Grace Currid, HomeBridge’s chief credit officer, two lending industry veterans with significant experience in navigating intricate regulatory changes.

“Longterm success in this industry takes strategic planning. The TILA-RESPA changes are most likely the biggest regulatory challenges our industry has seen in the last 30 years and we all need to start planning now to make the transition as smooth as possible come August,” commented Rick Floyd, partner and executive vice president at HomeBridge. “The housing industry is an industry based on partnerships, formal and informal. As a true partner for the industry, HomeBridge is producing this webinar and video series to share our knowledge and make the TRID rule implementation as easy as possible for everyone involved.”

Dates and topics for HomeBridge’s TRID Implementation webinar series are as follows:

  • March 24: Understanding Integrated Disclosure
  • April 15: The Loan Estimate
  • May 13: The Closing Disclosure
  • June 11: Preparing for Integrated Disclosure
  • July 16: The Final Countdown

Each webinar will begin at 11 a.m. EDT and again at 4:00 p.m. EDT. Participants can register for free here.

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