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To help consumers more easily understand settlement costs and prevent big price discrepancies between the preliminary Good Faith Estimate and the HUD-1 settlement statement, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has created stricter Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) regulations are scheduled...

What is the Statement of Information? Upon the opening of escrow, Buyers and Sellers receive their initial escrow package - the Statement of Information (also known as the Statement of Identity) is included in this package for completion and return to the escrow holder. The statement of...

HOW THE NEW HUD REGULATION CHANGES YOUR CLOSING STATEMENT Terminology: HUD - Housing and Urban Development GFE - Good Faith Estimate (issued by lenders and mortgage brokers) HUD1 - Escrow Closing Statement (issued by closing company) The new HUD regulation that came into effect Nationwide on January 1, 2010 has...

Every Tuesday, here at the American Trust Escrow blog, we post Technology Tips designed to help you, the REALTOR®, grow your business, keep up to date on the latest technologies, and move you forward into the new era of real estate. This week we are going...