Is there a cure if the settlement agent did not have the buyer’s CD executed at consummation?

A signed CD not being required is one thing, clearly, you want to make every opportunity to get it, and should it be that you don’t have it, I guess you can live with that, but you don’t want to run afoul of all who’s going to buy the paper. And I think you need to minimize those possibilities of not having the signatures, even though it may not be required. I mean what’s the best way to authenticate that it was actually done and presented and explained to the consumer than to have their signature on there.

Answered By: Brent Laliberte