What is a Seller Net Sheet and When to Use One?

What is a Seller Net Sheet and When to Use One?

Whenever you are making a real estate purchase or selling your property, there are many different documents that you may have to review and sign. One of those documents is called a seller net sheet. A seller’s net sheet, also known as a net sheet for short, helps...
UseElko Title Rate Calculator – Features, Details, & Pricing

UseElko Title Rate Calculator – Features, Details, & Pricing

There are many different brands and types of title insurance rate calculators out there that you can choose from depending on what’s best for your market. For instance, you can purchase an off-the-shelf branded title rate app like Net Sheet Calc for your real estate...
NATIC / Doma Title Insurance Calculator

NATIC / Doma Title Insurance Calculator

Formerly known as North American Title Insurance Company has recently been acquired by and rebranded to Doma. It appears Doma has a calculator but it appears to be part of their NATSuite and thus for only use by their agents. As a result, we are unable to test out...
How title insurance rates are calculated and how to get the best deal?

How title insurance rates are calculated and how to get the best deal?

When you are buying a house, one of the many things you need to consider is the cost of title insurance. This is a type of insurance that protects you from any legal issues that may arise with the title to the property. Title insurance rates vary depending on a number...
What is a Promulgated Rate in Title Insurance?

What is a Promulgated Rate in Title Insurance?

The cost of the title insurance policy depends on the sales price of a property such as a home or land. In many states, there is a set standard that can be charged at each price point. This is called a Promulgated Rate. Which states have promulgated rates? For...
What is a Filed Rate in Title Insurance?

What is a Filed Rate in Title Insurance?

Title Insurance is commonly purchased when buying or selling real estate. Most states are called “Filed Rate” states, which basically means that their rates are not set by state law. They are either set by a rating bureau or each individual underwriter that operates...
Understanding your closing disclosure statement when buying a home

Understanding your closing disclosure statement when buying a home

Your closing disclosure statement is a document that outlines all of the financial details of your home purchase. It’s a summary of the loan terms, your monthly payment, and the estimated costs of taxes and insurance. The closing disclosure also confirms your...