Meet the new TAR form you’ll want every client to sign

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07/08/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

When new closing forms and procedures go into effect later this year, you’ll need to have your clients’ written permission to review their closing documents.

A new one-page form from the Texas Association of REALTORS®, Authorization to Furnish TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosures, offers you an easy way to provide that written permission to title companies and lenders. You can start using this form once the new closing rules go into effect, which is likely to be on Oct. 3, 2015. 

Watch the latest Texas REALTOR® Magazine Minute for a 60-second explainer of how to use the new form.  

Categories: Forms, Legal
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Comments

Clive Rutherford on 08/10/2015

Form appears to be available at:

http://www.tlta.com/documents/tarform.pdf

Robert A. Moran on 08/10/2015

It would be nice to actually meet the Form or to have a link to it.  I have visited the Zipform Libraries and could not find it.


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