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The TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosures (TRID) effective October 3, 2015 are complicated and subject to different interpretations, and the consequences of violating the disclosure requirements can be severe.  Accordingly, it is LendSure’s policy to provide the Loan Estimate (LE) on all loans.  This means that the broker 1003 and disclosures (other than the LE), signed and dated by the borrower(s), must be submitted to LendSure as quickly as possible and in no event later than one (1) business day after the document date of the 1003.  This is to enable LendSure to send the LE and other lender disclosures within three (3) business days of the broker’s application date, satisfying both the broker’s and LendSure’s obligations with respect to the LE.

Just to be clear, brokers must not deliver their own LE to a borrower.  The documents which brokers must provide to the borrower and/or LendSure are detailed in the list of LendSure’s Minimum Compliance Documents Required for Submission, which can be found on our Forms tab.  Failure to timely provide these documents may result in rejection of a submission.

Click to see the Regulatory Compliance Instructions for Brokers.

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