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[Applause].everybody welcome back to another.episode of title Tuesdays my name's.Kevin Thatcher the founder and CEO of.Independence title we are the premier.title company here in South Florida and.as my friend Ryan Coleman does of the.Broward real estate investors.association when he says announcements I.talked about closing statements so today.we are going to cover the famous closing.statement we have found that more people.when they come to a closing table.whether they're real estate agents.investors buyer's or seller's they do.not fully understand how to read a.closing statement and you're gonna be.able to follow up in one of our next.videos where we're actually going to.talk about the new trade guidelines and.our closing disclosure because the this.typical closing statement has been.eliminated for a regular conventional.loan transaction so Mark's gonna cover.the closing disclosure and I'm gonna.cover the famous closing statement so.you're gonna start seeing an overlay on.the video here talking about all the.different sections that I'm gonna kind.of review and when I learned many years.ago I learned how to read a closing.statement when I first got into the.business and I've always been told start.on page 2 why we go to 2 and then we go.to one one's more important than 2 so.let's start on page 2 page 2 is a very.simple breakdown you're gonna see some.numbers on the example that we're gonna.give you and I'm just gonna review this.section so you understand what's in this.section a closing statement is a balance.sheet of the closing it's everything.that the buyer pays everything that the.seller pays all of the credits that are.given to the buyer and to the seller all.of the money flow this is your balance.sheet.it should total up depending on who.you're doing the closing with the.numbers should always add up to equal.the numbers on to page 1 so we're gonna.talk real quick about each section we're.going to start with section number 7.under it realtors are you watching this.section this section is the most.important section for the real estate.agents why cuz it's your money.this is your Commission this is where.you get paid and there are many times.that the Commission may be different on.the contract than what's actually.supposed to be paid at closing.sometimes the contract says 3% when it's.two and a half percent.sometimes there's a processing fee.that's we in charge or a transaction fee.by the agent and it's left off the.closing statement we're all human folks.Realtors you need to review this and.your title company should be sending you.this closing statement well before.closing to look at before it ever goes.to the client to make sure a your.Commission's right be your transaction.charges are right and see everything.else looks good so you're gonna learn.how to read a closing statement as well.you can look at it you can raise any.questions that you have to the title.company they can explain it to you.before the consumer gets it and if.you're the consumer this is where the.Commission's are if you're the seller.you want to make sure that you're being.charged the proper Commission if you're.the buyer you want to make sure you're.not being charged a commission if the.seller is supposed to be paying it.remember this is just a balance sheet so.sometimes mistakes happen where it winds.up on one side versus the other it could.be a computer system issue so you just.need to take a look at it but it's.better to plan now than to try and pay.up later and figure out why the mistake.was made so section 700 now we're gonna.move to 800 section buyers if you're.getting a loan this is going to be a.total different document than what you.would see at your closing table because.you're gonna now see what's called a.closing disclosure but if you're still.getting if you're an investor and still.getting a hard money loan a private loan.the hard money lenders still use a.traditional closing statement so the 800.section is going to be everything loan.related origination points discount.points underwriting fees credit report.fees appraisal fees anything dot prep.from a lenders attorney anything that is.in connection with you obtaining a loan.is going to be in this section and.remember as I said if you're a.conventional buyer you are going to be.have your charges on a closing.disclosure now totally different.document than what we're reviewing here.this is for cash transactions and for.private financing that are not RESPA.compliant okay so that's 700 and 800 now.we go to 900 900 is pretty important 900.is where you're gonna see mortgage.insurance homeowner's insurance flood.insurance so if you're getting a policy.that's being paid at closing.through the closing proceeds you want to.make sure that you have your insurance.policy on here how many times do you.think someone leaves closing and there's.no insurance on the property because.they were paying cash it's not a.requirement they thought it was going to.be collected it wasn't collected and now.all of a sudden there's no insurance so.you want to make sure that if you're.buying insurance and you're buying it.through the closing which means you.haven't paid it in advance.it's on section 903 very very important.now 1,000 is another very good section.1002 do it if you're getting a private.loan when we're talking about this.closing statement cuz that's the.reserves that's if you set up an escrow.account for taxes and insurance in other.words the lender is gonna be responsible.to pay your taxes at the end of the year.and your insurance at the end of the.year this is where they're gonna collect.a couple of months cushion collect every.single month in your mortgage payment at.the end of the year they'll pay your.taxes and insurance for you so you don't.have to be responsible or worry about.paying that now section 1100 is my.all-time favorite why because that's the.title charges this is the best section.that I know that I can explain and teach.people how you can look at closing.statements of other companies and save.yourself money at the closing table you.can no two-spot junk fees you can notice.two spot.increases in title premium above what we.talked about in the in one of the.previous videos promulgated rate so this.is going to be for the closing charges.this is going to be for title insurance.this is going to be for a title search.sometimes they put a lien search in this.section so this is gonna be everything.title insurance related are the charges.that are gonna be here so always feel.free we love to look at closing.statements from other companies you can.always send me a closing statement for.your last closing because we know your.next closing is gonna be with us look at.your last closing we'll be happy to look.at it and tell you hey these fees seemed.a little bit high hey they charge you a.good good amount of money here you're.you're good to go they didn't overcharge.you so we're gonna tell you a fair and.honest opinion I'm not looking to.discourage any other companies out in.the industry I'm looking to make sure.it's.err for the consumer because that's what.it's all about now 1200 section that's.all of your government charges so to.record a deed in public records to.record a mortgage in public records to.pay doc stamps and intangible tax on a.mortgage or the sales price of the house.so that's what the city the county and.the state that's the money that they're.going to receive based on the real.estate transaction then we go to the.1300 section which is the last section.on page 2 because that's where we.started 1300 section is everything.miscellaneous could be a survey could be.a lien search could be an estoppel that.needed to be ordered from a homeowner's.association or a condo association so.that's anything that we have nowhere.else to put it that's where we're gonna.put it so this way you can see the.charge you can outline in and it says on.there additional charges that's where we.put all those additional charges maybe.third party vendors that are getting a.pay payoff or something would be in that.1300 section okay so at the bottom of.page 2 we total it up in section 1400.so we take that total number and now.that's why we go back to page 1 because.the total of page 2 comes on to page 1.so the top part is very important you.want to look at it to make sure the.lenders write the closing dates right.the title companies right.the buyers in the sellers are right.imagine you get a closing statement and.has the wrong buyer your names not even.right they sent you the closing.statement on the wrong property so you.just want to take a glimpse of that to.make sure everything looks right it.looks like the right property address.looks like the right buyer the right.seller and the right title company doing.the closing and most importantly the.right closing date but sometimes we put.in a closing date that was on the.contract and it may not get updated if.the closing date changed and that'll.change some of the numbers we're gonna.talk about on page 1 got it good let's.go to page 1 page 1 we start at the 100.section member page 2 started the 700.section so we're gonna go 100 down to.300 and it's duplicated on the other.side which then will go 400 to 600 and.then 700 starts on page to 100 section.and the 400 section is a balance sheet.remember it's going to be a debit to one.side and they credit to the other side.so in the case of the per.just price it's going to be a credit to.the seller because the sellers selling.the property and it's a debit to the.buyer because the buyers doing what.buying the property so that's gonna.start at the top the purchase price you.want to make sure it's right right.sometimes you change the purchase price.sometimes you do a credit or something.you want to make sure the purchase price.is right very very important and then.you start moving down where you're going.to cease line 103 are going to be the.closing cost from page to the 1400.section see it says here's settlement.charges to borrower line 1400 so that's.gonna pull all those numbers in the.total column from page 2 and put them on.page 1 so the buyer in this case is.gonna pay for the property pay for their.closing costs and then the next section.from 106 down to 112 or what we call.adjustments these are proration so it's.usually going to be a debit one client.and credit another client so it could be.for property taxes.it could be a rent proration it could be.a homeowner's association proration it.could be any other non ad valorem taxes.it could be any type of probation to.where the seller may have prepaid or the.seller owes a certain amount of money.that then will be credited so it could.be the seller owes for taxes if the.closing this taking place in October the.seller would owe the buyer taxes from.January through the day of closing so.that's gonna be the section you would.see things that the seller paid for in.advance that now the buyer is gonna have.to pay for they're gonna give the seller.a credit back back credit for some money.okay then we go to the 200 section this.is gonna be a deposit buyer if you put a.deposit on a property make sure you.check here there are several times.people will say hey I put a deposit up.maybe we never got the deposit and it.wasn't here or maybe someone forgot to.give you the credit for the deposit for.whatever reason so you want to make sure.if you've given an earnest money deposit.maybe two deposits a first deposit in a.second deposit the total amount is.listed here because if it's not listed.that means you're gonna have to bring.that much more money in to closing does.it happen yes it happens so you want to.check that if you're getting a loan that.would be here as well as a credit.remember.getting a credit for your deposit you're.getting a credit for the lender that's.giving you the money it's gonna be less.money you have to bring into closing.then we go down to the 210 section this.is going to be credits okay so this is.going to be things that the seller may.not have paid for that it's going to be.credit so a lot of times it could be.taxes the seller didn't pay so they're.giving the buyer a credit for taxes as.we just spoke about so it just depends.on when the items are due the proration.x' could be homeowners association fees.could be the seller paid for the first.quarter and we're closing halfway.through the quarter well the seller.already should not be responsible from.the day of closing to the end of the.quarter so the buyer would give a credit.so that's where this balance sheet comes.into play and then the total at the.bottom section 300 will say cash - or.cash from the buyer that's where you.want to look and say oh I'm getting.money back maybe your deposit was in.excess of what your actual closing costs.are - you're getting money back if.you're you're getting a high loan amount.so here's a perfect example you want to.see which box is checked so you know.whether you have to bring money to.closing or you're getting money at.closing again very very important all.right section 300 now let's go to.section 400 sellers this is your time.this is your time to look at the closing.statement and make sure all of your fees.are on here all of your money is here.and look at the bottom numbers say.that's what I'm getting from selling my.house starts again with the purchase.price as a credit to you as the seller.because you're receiving the money for.the closing whatever the purchase price.may be then we're gonna start going down.to the county taxes HOA operations and.things I've got things that would need.to be prorated as a credit to you as the.seller not as a debit so this is the.credit section for things that you've.prepaid that you need to get a credit.back for so it could be you prepaid the.month of homeowners association fees and.you need to get ten days of a credit.back that's gonna be listed here then.the 500 section this is gonna be if you.are holding a deposit maybe the buyer.gave you a deposit and now you have to.give them a credit for it this is also.for your closing cost from line 1400 on.page.this is where that's gonna come into.play to tell you what your closing costs.are gonna be totalling up here and then.if you have a mortgage maybe on the.property when you bought the house a.first mortgage a second mortgage maybe.some type of lien that needs to be paid.off section 500 is going to cover all of.those items that need to be paid so it.could be closing costs it could be first.mortgage second mortgage IRS tax lien.credit cards anything that needs to be.paid at closing will be paid off in a.lump sum in this section then 510.section goes down a little bit further.where we're talking about debits that's.typically going to be taxes if we're.closing in the early part of the year up.until taxes are due or up until you as.the seller paid your taxes you are going.to give a debit to you as the seller so.it's charged to you a credit to the.buyer for taxes because when the taxes.come out at the end of the year since.taxes are paid in arrears meaning after.you lived in the property for the year.taxes are due you would now owe the.buyer the money because when the taxes.come due they have to pay from January.they're not going to send you a bill for.part of the year so you would then just.give the buyer a credit for the taxes.and they're responsible for paying them.at the end of the year get it got it.good.all right last section here the 600.section this is going to be cash again -.or cash from a seller sometimes in a.short sale case sometimes the seller.needs to bring in money if they're short.and they just say we need to pay this.off and be done sometimes the seller.will have to bring in money to closing.if you think you're getting $3,000 or.$10,000 or $50,000 you want to look and.say cash to seller how much money you're.gonna get and last but not least the.most important part of this document is.for your accountant you need to make.sure you're save your closing statement.because at the end of the year whether.you're buying or selling the accountant.the number one document they're going to.ask for is they want to see the closing.statements so they can give you all of.the proper deductions whether there's.capital gains and get deductions for.closing costs deductions for real estate.commissions for taxes everything that.was paid at the closing your accountants.gonna want to see at the end of the year.so as always make sure you keep a copy.if you use a company like us we always.have an electro.a copy on file backed up on our server.we can send you a copy at any time but.try not to rely on the title company.that send it to you because sometimes.they go out of business sometimes you.get a hold of them so make sure you keep.a copy at least of your closing.statement sometimes it's a good idea to.even bring the accountants information.to closing and ask the title company.just to send it over to your accountant.so they have it already well in advance.of closing so again thank you for.watching title Tuesdays I hope this one.was a little bit more informative for.you I know there's a lot of details but.again it's very very important because a.lot of clients come to closing and they.have no idea how to read a closing.statement so by you learning today with.me how to read a closing statement.you're better prepared to understand the.figures at your next closing so again we.look forward to seeing you at the next.closing don't forget to subscribe below.so this way you can get our next video.that they'll come out next Tuesday and.we look forward to seeing you at the.closing table have a great day everyone.[Music].

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