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What is a CPL in real estate?
Last Updated: 9th April, 2020
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Regarding this, wHAT DOES Cpl mean in real estate?
A closing protection letter (sometimes “insured closing letter” or “CPL”) forms a contract between a title insurance underwriter and a lender, in which the underwriter agrees to indemnify the lender for actual losses caused by certain kinds of misconduct by the closing agent.
is a closing protection letter necessary? A law requiring a title insurer to issue Closing Protection Letters to buyer, seller and lender in a sale, or to both lender and borrower in a refinance loan, gives protection to people who cannot get that protection today because they are not insureds. Those parties are the seller and the refinancing borrower.
Thereof, what is Title Cpl fee?
The fees are identical for each underwriter. The Closing Protection Letter fee is $25 for each party protected. More specifically, $25 for a Lender CPL when there is a mortgage in either purchase or refinance transactions. $25 for a Buyer CPL in all purchase transactions.
How long are closing protection letter good for?