WASHINGTON – HUD today issued long-awaited rules for RESPA reform.

The agency estimates that the new requirements for the good faith estimates will save borrowers nearly $700 per closing.

HUD will require, for the first time ever, that lenders and mortgage brokers provide consumers with a standard Good Faith Estimate that clearly discloses key loan terms and closing costs.

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