Information and quantities can be filled in by typewriter, manual pressure, computer printing or any other method that gives clear and readable results. See 12 CFR 1024.9 regarding the reproduction rules of HUD-1A. Additional pages can be added to the HUD-1A to include recitals and information used locally for colonies or if there are not enough lines on the HUD-1A. The settlement body completes HUD-1A to the extent possible in accordance with the instructions in HUD-1, including instructions for disclosure of assets paid outside the financial statements and free loans. Section C. This section contains an indication of settlement costs and does not require additional information entry. . Line 901 is used when interest is charged on invoicing for part of a month or other period between settlement and the date from which interest is collected with the first regular monthly payment. Enter this amount here and add the daily fee.
If such interest is collected only during the first regular monthly payment, there should be no registration on line 901. This section must be completed in accordance with the lender`s information and instructions. The lender must provide this information in a format that allows the settlement agent to simply enter the necessary information in the appropriate fields, without the regulator itself having to refer to the loan documents. In the case of a reverse mortgage, the initial monthly amount due for principal, interest and any mortgage insurance must be “N/A” and the term of the loan is declared “N/A” if the duration of the loan depends on the arrival of a particular event, for example. B.dem death of the borrower or borrower who no longer occupies the property for a specified period. In addition, in the case of reverse mortgages, the question “Even if you pay on time, your credit balance may increase?” must be answered “yes” and the maximum amount being declared “unknown”. Line 102 applies to the selling price of all physically owned property of a personal nature excluded from line 101. Personal belongings may include items such as carpets, curtains, herds, refrigerators, etc. What constitutes personal property varies from state to state. Manufactured houses are not considered personal property for this purpose.