Good Faith Estimate
|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Windows Vista/2003/XP/2000/98/Me/NT|
|File size:||905 KB|
|Publisher:||Ruth Technology Corporation|
Publisher description for Good Faith Estimate
A Good Faith Estimate is a lender's proposal as to what your closing costs and loan fees will be associated with your real estate financing request. A lender is required by the federal Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) to provide a prospective home buyer with a good faith estimate of the fees due at closing within three days of applying for a loan. These mortgage fees, also called settlement costs, cover every expense associated with your home loan: inspections, title insurance, taxes and other charges. An accurate Good Faith Estimate is essential for a prospective home buyer to make a informed decision about the exact settlement costs. Good Faith Estimate Software automates preparation and printing of the Good Faith Estimate. The program displays the entire form on the screen in a scrollable format. Information is entered from your keyboard as it would be typed on the form itself. All calculations are updated instantly as the data is entered. We Do The Math! You can override any calculated result to produce the final output you need.