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I don't really care.
I've always seen both sides of the HUD-1 prior to closing. I guess they don't allow that in Kansas, huh?
I've always seen both sides of the HUD - I think it would be strange to not see it.
But I just focus on my clients side anyway
Charles Ross Sure, why not? I've always reviewed the HUD-1 prior to the closing.
In Maryland we almost always see both sides, and it can be helpful, for example to ensure that the termite certificate is being paid by the right party, or that the closing cost contribution is indeed applied correctly to both sides.
It helps on both sides to be able to verify concessions, adjustments, closing cost splits... as the HUD goes by the wayside, the transition should prove to be interesting...
If I'm not a dual agent, I don't really care what the other party's HUD looks like. I just want to be sure my client's side is accurate.
Only if I'm representing both sides otherwise I really don't care
However, if you don't see both sides, you can not protect your seller against rebaters.
I have never seen an issue with it. Who cares what the buyer is bringing or what the seller is getting
Yes, how else do you verify items were paid as agreed? I always review them prior to closing and a certified final hud is required to be on file for every transaction.
No I don't think so. It is none of my business how much the other side gets or has to pay out.
We do in Clarksville TN. And most every closing has the buyer and seller in the same room. If I only saw one side (my client's side) I would be fine with that too. I don't particularly need to know the specifics of the other side of the transaction.
I think I've always seen both sides, although when I go over it with my customer before closing, I focus on their side only.
of course....why wouldn't or shouldn't we be allowed to see both sides....the deal is done....