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Lenders are Addressing TRID-Related Defects

applicationWhereas the inaugural ACES Risk Management (ARMCO) Mortgage QC Industry report covering Q1 found that TRID-related loan defects were trending upward since TRID launched in October 2015, the latest ARMCO report covering Q2 found that actions taken to correct these defects are showing positive outcomes.

Although the Legal/Regulatory/Compliance category was still the top defect category, there was a substantial drop in this category as a percentage of total loan defects from Q1 to Q2 (from 50 percent down to 34 percent, the first decline in nine months). There was little change in the Loan Package Documentation from Q1 to Q2 (held steady at 26 percent), according to ARMCO.

“While TRID-related defects are still driving the majority of Legal/Regulatory/Compliance defects, we’re seeing a decline in defects in this category as a result of corrective action planning lenders undertook through the first six months of 2016,” said Phil McCall, COO for ARMCO. “As lenders determine the most effective strategies for addressing TRID-related defects, we expect to see this category decline further.”

armco-chart-2What corrective actions are lenders taking? Based on input from the lenders who contributed, the most reported corrective action taken was “working diligently with their loan origination system (LOS), internal personnel and external providers during the first six months post-TRID to implement automated solutions to mitigate many of the common data errors seen earlier in the implementation phase,” according to ARMCO. “An example of this collaboration is the concerted effort to standardize the naming conventions of all loan fees to provide consistency in how fees are disclosed from the initial LE thru the final CD.”

Also, according to ARMCO, other strategies lenders are employing are the utilization of ad hoc training in order to address process errors and the implementation of best practices to “mitigate errors identified during early implementation.”

The overall critical defect rate peaked in Q1 at 1.92 percent, but fell to 1.63 percent in Q2, according to ARMCO. This rate had been on an upward path since TRID went into effect in October 2015, from 0.77 percent in Q3 2015 up to 1.21 percent in Q4 2015 and 1.92 percent in Q2 2016.

The ACES dataset includes quality control data from more than 60 lenders covering more than 60,000 loans. Click here to view the full report.

About Author: Brian Honea

Brian Honea's writing and editing career spans nearly two decades across many forms of media. He served as sports editor for two suburban newspaper chains in the DFW area and has freelanced for such publications as the Yahoo! Contributor Network, Dallas Home Improvement magazine, and the Dallas Morning News. He has written four non-fiction sports books, the latest of which, The Life of Coach Chuck Curtis, was published by the TCU Press in December 2014. A lifelong Texan, Brian received his master's degree from Amberton University in Garland.
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