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The Final RESPA Rule. Principles of RESPA Reform. Help consumers shop for the best loan Shopping leads to greater competition & lower prices. 2. Principles of RESPA Reform. Key final terms of the loan disclosed to the borrower at closing Preserve a competitive market
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The Final RESPA Rule

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Principles of RESPA Reform Help customers look for the best advance Shopping prompts more noteworthy rivalry & bring down costs 2

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Principles of RESPA Reform Key last terms of the credit unveiled to the borrower at shutting Preserve a focused market for all settlement benefit suppliers 3

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Changes from Proposed Rule 4

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Changes from proposed no Closing Script shorter GFE single application process expelled volume based rebates added 30 day right to cure HUD-1 revelation of key terms 5

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Effective Dates 6

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January 16, 2009 Servicing Disclosure Statement (Section 6) required utilize normal cost evaluating specialized changes January 1, 2010 new GFE new HUD-1/1A everything else 7

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Good Faith Estimate "GFE"

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Good Faith Estimate institutionalized frame key advance terms & costs merged charges built up resiliences connected yield spread premiums 9

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GFE Page 1 10

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GFE Page 1 Important dates Summary of advance terms Escrow account data Summary of settlement charges 11

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GFE Page 2 12

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GFE Page 2 contains all expenses connected with the advance two classifications: Adjusted Origination Charges & All Other Settlement Services 13

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GFE Page 3 Instructions 14

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GFE Page 3 fundamentally a direction page rundown of which charges can change tradeoff table shopping diagram 15

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HUD-1 Settlement Statement 17

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In General modified to contrast and GFE sorted - dispense with expense multiplication 3 rd party charges recorded outside segment added page to HUD-1/1A highlights key advance terms 18

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Right-to-Cure Inadvertent or specialized blunders not an infringement of RESPA Section 4 IF overhauled HUD-1 is given inside 30 timetable days after settlement 19

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HUD-1 Page 2 20

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Fee Categories – 700s wiped out commission rate Lines 701 & 702 = commission split Line 703 = dispensed commission Line 704 = if outside settlement; P.O.C. 21

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700s Example 22

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Lines 801, 802 & 803 23

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Lines 804 through 808 24

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Fee Categories – 900s Lines 901 – 904 Charges recorded inside borrower\'s section 25

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900s Example 26

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Fee Categories – 1000s Line 1001 charges recorded inside borrower\'s segment Lines 1002 – 1007 charges recorded outside borrower\'s segment 27

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1000s Example 28

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Fee Categories – 1100s Line 1101: incorporates all "Title administrations and loan specialist\'s title protection" from Box 4 on GFE charge recorded in borrower\'s segment not to be separated unless charges by a 3 rd party 3 rd party charges can\'t surpass charge by 3 rd party supplier 29

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Fee Categories – 1100s "Title administrations" Means any administration required in the arrangement of title protection (Lender\'s & Owner\'s) 30

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"Title Service" Includes, however is not constrained to… - title examination & assessment - planning & issuance of responsibility - readiness & issuance of approaches … AND 31

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"Title Service" … AND - every single managerial administration & handling administrations required to play out these capacities (e.g. report conveyance, arrangement & duplicating, wiring, supports, & legal official) 32

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Summary: Inside Column Line 1101 – Title administrations & loan specialist\'s title protection Line 1103 – Owner\'s title protection 33

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Summary: Outside Column Line 1102 – settlement/shutting expense Line 1104 – moneylender\'s title protection premium & related supports Line 1105 – bank\'s title strategy restrain (scope) Line 1106 – proprietor\'s title approach constrain (scope) 34

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Summary: Outside Column Line 1107 - $ of title protection premium + supports held by operator Line 1108 - $ of title protection premium + supports held by financier Line 1109 - title charges paid to 3 rd parties (et seq) distinguished by name & benefit - may include extra lines 35

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1100s Example 36

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1100s with Itemized 3 rd Party Fees 37

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Fee Categories – 1200s Listed in segment Line 1201 - "Government recording charges" Line 1203 - "Exchange charges" 38

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1200\'s: Inside the segment charges 39

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Fee Categories – 1200s Listed outside section Line 1202 – organized recording charges Line 1204 – City/County/Tax stamps Line 1205 – State assess/stamps Line 1206 – all other separated recording & exchange administrations 40

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1200s: Outside the segment charges 41

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Fee Categories – 1300s Listed inside segment Line 1301 – required administrations that you can look for * Included is charges in which the borrower chooses the settlement benefit supplier & is incorporated into GFE Box 6 (e.g. review, bug investigation, and so forth.) 42

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1300s: Inside the section charges 43

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Fee Categories – 1300s Lines 1302 et seq – extra ordered administrations, for example, auxiliary & ecological assessments, protection or home guarantees - Amounts must be recorded in borrower\'s or merchant\'s segment 44

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1300s: Outside the segment charges 45

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HUD-1, page 3 46

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Comparison Chart 47

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Comparison Chart looks at charges recorded on GFE & genuine charges recorded on the HUD-1/1A distinguishes resilience consistence or infringement 3 classifications: charges that can\'t expand, whole of charges that can\'t build more than 10% and charge that can increment 48

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Charges That Cannot Increase 49

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10% Tolerance 50

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10% Tolerance 51

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Charges That Can Change 52

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Seller (or other) Paid Items all charges that would go in borrower\'s segment; put in borrower\'s segment credit to borrower from dealer; put on page 1 to counterbalance charges in borrower\'s segment 53

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Seller (or by other) Paid Items credit to borrower – Lines 206 – 209 credit to borrower from vender, charge merchant on Lines 506 – 509 credit from gathering other than vender, must recognize party giving credit on HUD-1 54

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Seller credit case 55

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Loan Terms 56

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Loan Terms guarantees borrowers that they got advance connected they connected for highlights key advance terms 57

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Loan Terms 58

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Loan Terms 59

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Average Charge 60

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Average Charge figurings in view of particular class of exchanges amid a particular day and age -at the very least 30 days -not over 6 months for a particular topographical region 61

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Average charge may not surpass normal computation charge may not surpass TOTAL cost paid to 3 rd party supplier originator must hold all documentation deciding precision of evaluating strategy for no less than 3 years 62

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Average Charge may not normal on charges in light of advance sum or property estimation (e.g. exchange charges, premium charges, escrow holds & all protections including title protection) 63

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Required Use 64

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Required Use: Definition "a circumstance in which a man\'s entrance to some unmistakable administration, property, markdown, refund, or other monetary motivating force, or the individual\'s capacity to stay away from a financial disincentive or punishment, is dependent upon the individual utilizing or neglecting to utilize an alluded supplier of settlement administrations" … however 65

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Required Use – AfBA Exemption … may offer a mix of genuine settlement administrations at an aggregate value (net of the estimation of the related markdown, discount or other monetary motivator) lower than whole of the market costs of individual settlement administrations… 66

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Required Use won\'t be found to have required the utilization the length of… 1. blend of administrations is discretionary 2. bring down cost is not made up somewhere else 67

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Miscellaneous wiped out 1% top on FHA start expenses (2.5% - new development) upgraded hold/escrow account dialect took into account ESIGN appropriateness 68

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For More Information Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of RESPA & Interstate Land Sales Room 9154 451 7 th Street SW Washington DC 20410 (202) 708-0502 hsg-respa@hud.gov 69

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