In August, the CFPB introduced a proposed two-page document to combine the Truth In Lending Act mortgage disclosure form with the Good Faith Estimate disclosure form from the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act. The CFPB is trying to preserve the ability of borrowers to shop around and know the type of loan they are getting early on in the origination process. In this third round of public commentary and consumer testing, the agency said the streamlined document, among other things, balances fees itemization with a simpler, concise presentation. The CFPB had said it would spend the next months accelerating its work on regulations concerning the proposed mortgage disclosure forms.