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Amy Sherman, Home Buyer in Brooklyn, NY

What does RESPA mean?

Asked by Amy Sherman, Brooklyn, NY Thu Mar 7, 2013

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RESPA is a Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act
A Federal Law that is used for disclosure requirements that would help the borrower understand the cost of obtaining a loan with all the services required to close. Prohibits Lenders to charge unearned fees.
2 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Mar 7, 2013
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1 vote Thank Flag Link Thu Mar 7, 2013
Hello RESPA stands for Real Estate Settlement Protection Act and it simply means that lenders are required to provide information to borrowers information throughout the loan process. It also protects against lenders and affiliated parties (i.e insurance and title companies) from charging inflated prices to the borrower and then the lender gets a kickback (getting a fee for referring the borrower to use a third parties services during the loan process).
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