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May 18th, 2011

Consumers and industry pros: CFPB wants to hear from you

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Beginning today, until May 27, 2011, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is seeking comment from consumers and industry professionals alike on the design of a new, single-page mortgage disclosure form:

Consumers who apply for mortgage loans get two disclosure forms with basic facts about the loan they’ve applied for. You see the disclosure before you sign on the dotted line – it’s what you know before you owe.

We need your help. We’re designing a single, simpler disclosure. From now until Friday, May 27th, you can review our draft designs, and tell us what you like best. It only takes a few minutes, and your input will be delivered to our team.

Click here to provide your feedback.

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