220 Week 6 A /For WIZARD KIM

Using the information provided below, calculate the buyer’s and seller’s costs and credits as they would appear on theClosing Disclosure Form(CDF). You are not required to use the actualCDF Word Document, but you are certainly welcome to use it and it might make things a little easier. There is a .pdf of theClosing Disclosure documentalsoattached for viewing.You may simply list the debits (charges) and credits (additions) to both buyer and seller and the total amount due to/from each party in a MS Office Word or Excel document. The goal is to come up with the amount the Buyer needs to bring to closing, and the amount the Seller would receive at closing.Do your best to first determine which party is responsible for each item. Upon completion, upload your CDF showing the Buyer and Seller Costs to the Assignments area of the classroom.When calculating these costs, the complications can occur when you figure the taxes and shared lender fees, etc. Just do your best and let me know if you have any questions. You can receive partial credit on this assignment even if your numbers are slightly incorrect.Property located in VirginiaClosing Date: October 15First payment due: December 1Sales Price: $280,000Earnest money deposit: $5,000Down payment: $56,000Existing loan to be paid off: $125,000 @4.75% interestNew loan amount: $220,000 @ 4.50% interest, for 30 yearsTotal of three points, split by buyer and sellerEscrow (impound) of two monthsAnnual property taxes: $2,400, paid through December 31Hazard insurance: $330 for one-year policyReal estate broker commission:6 percentOwner’s title policy: $250Lenders title policy: $750Survey $125Recording fees charged to buyer: $75Lender fees charged to buyer: $1,100Transfer tax: $180 paid by sellerTermite inspection: $125Roof inspection & repair: $2,100Homeowner warranty provided by seller: $500USE THE ATTACHED REFERENCES AS WELL AS OTHER REFERENCES. 15/05/202015businessfinance