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Happy birthday, TRID: A year in, here’s what Realtors think of you

Monday marked an important anniversary in the industry, though it's doubtful that any real estate offices busted out the champagne to celebrate a controversial 1,800-page, sweeping reform of the mortgage transaction process that took effect on Oct. 3, 2015. Nevertheless, the National Association of Realtors polled about 55,000 Realtors about their post-TRID experiences, in honor of TRID's first birthday.
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