Credit repair business

Since its inception in July 2011, the CFPB has wasted no time in reshaping the industry by implementing regulations, doling out enforcement actions, initiating investigations and supervising industry participants all while protecting the consumer.

In addition to staying up with all of its activity, the CFPB has made great efforts to be a transparent agency by making itself available to the industry. For the past three years, representatives have brought insight to attendees at the National Settlement Services Summit (NS3).

RESPA News has produced this special report to provide an in-depth look at the issues and actions that have been addressed over the past three years, as well as the issues that will remain in focus as the CFPB moves into its fourth year.

Thanks to sponsor, Redvision, this report is available as a free download.

Bureau coverage includes:

  • Mortgage rule implementation
  • eClosings initiative
  • Investigatory and enforcement powers
  • Consumer Complaint Database
  • Enforcement actions
  • And much more!