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TITLE CLOSING (CHAPTER 16). Title Closing. The final step in the process of transferring title from grantor to grantee Title closing is referred to as the following: Closing date, Closing, Settlement, Escrow Buyer’s responsibilities before closing Obtaining financing

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Title closing chapter 16

TITLE CLOSING (CHAPTER 16)


Title closing

Title Closing

  • The final step in the process of transferring title from grantor to grantee

  • Title closing is referred to as the following: Closing date, Closing, Settlement, Escrow

  • Buyer’s responsibilities before closing

    • Obtaining financing

    • Examining the title evidence

    • Having the property surveyed

    • Obtaining property insurance

    • Having the property inspected

  • Seller’s responsibilities before closing

    • Prepare the deed

    • Remove encumbrances

    • Cooperate with inspectors


Buyer s walk through

Buyer’s Walk-Through

  • This is the final inspection of the property just prior to closing to make certain that the premises have been vacated, no damage has occurred, agreed personal property is left behind, and that no real property has been removed


Hud settlement statement

HUD Settlement Statement

  • What is the HUD-1?

  • Purpose

  • Prorating

  • Credits

  • RESPA requirements


Title closing chapter 16

Common Prorations


Title closing chapter 16

Good Faith Estimate of Closing Costs


Closing costs

Closing Costs

  • Costs generally paid by the buyer at the closing

    • Loan origination fee

    • Loan discount points

    • Appraisal fee

    • Credit report fee

    • Lender’s inspection fee

    • Mortgage insurance premium

    • Attorney fees

    • Hazard insurance premium

    • Recording fees for the mortgage

  • Costs generally paid by the seller at the closing

    • Real estate brokerage commission

    • Attorney fees

    • Documentary stamp taxes, where required

    • Recording fees for the satisfaction of the seller’s mortgage


Hud settlement statement example

HUD Settlement Statement Example

  • Settlement statement shown in text for the transaction between Williams and Howell.

  • The transaction amount is $189,000.

  • The seller has an outstanding loan for $113,245 that must be repaid.

  • The buyer is borrowing $150,000 from his lender.

  • Both buyer and seller must pay certain closing costs.

  • After consideration of these costs and the prorated taxes, the buyer must bring $37,243.28 to the closing and the seller will leave the closing with $58,548.96.


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