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Homebuyer Representation, Inc. is the only Exclusive Buyer Brokerage in Salt Lake City, Utah and Surrounding Counties. Benjamin Clark, Exclusive Buyers Agent and Principal Broker shares valuable information and market data with homebuyers on this blog. Find out why you should always make sure you get an Agent on YOUR side of the transaction when buying a home! Exclusive Buyer Brokerages don't list homes and never represent Sellers. The agents represent Buyers ONLY, working to get BUYERS the Best Price and Terms, not Sellers. Finally! Real Estate Agents on the Buyer's Side™



Here is a nice clip from CNN that covers the many conflicts of interest that can exist if you don't make sure the agent you hire will work only for you.
Section B of Page 2 of the Good Faith Estimate (GFE) has 9 parts. Let's go through them. Item 3 will be a list of required services that the lender will select. These are services necessary in order to complete your transaction. These charges are subject to a 10% tolerance at settlement, meaning...
Page 2 of the new Good Faith Estimate (GFE) will look significantly different from Good Faith Estimates of the past. Section A has 2 parts. Item 1 is the origination charge, or what the lender is charging you for the loan. This number includes ALL lender fees, combined into one figure. These fees...
The bottom half of page 1 of the Good Faith Estimate (GFE) form begins with a Summary of your Loan Section. This is where a lot of disclosures regarding the loan will be made. What is the initial loan amount? What is the initial interest rate? What will your initial monthly payment be? (Principal...
Let's examine the top half of Page 1 of the new Good Faith Estimate (GFE) form. One of the first changes you will notice about the Good Faith Estimate form is that it now asks for the Loan Originator's email address. It also asks for a Property Address. Remember, without a property address (the o...
Due to RESPA Reform, as of January 1, 2010, lenders are required to use a new, uniform, Good Faith Estimate (GFE) form. This new form creates additional disclosure and transparency about the loan product being offered as well as the costs to the borrower. The Good Faith Estimate (GFE) form is 3 ...
Mortgage shopping will soon be a lot less complicated. RESPA Reform takes effect on January 1, 2010. While still not perfect, the changes do simplify the ability to compare loan offerings between lenders. The goal was to simplify and improve disclosure requirements for mortgage settlement costs u...

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