Escrow Officers must understand how ad valorem taxes are insured in title insurance policies, and they must understand how to prorate taxes in real estate closings. And, just when an Escrow Officer thinks he or she understands how taxes and prorations work – a tricky situation comes up that they haven’t faced before. This course will cover several tax problem scenarios including:
- How does dealing with taxes differ before tax statements are sent out on October 1st and after the statements are sent out?
- How do I deal with prorations when the tax statement shows an exemption (Homestead, Over 65, Religious, Charitable Organization, etc.) that no longer applies?
- Prorating taxes when construction on the property was completed over the course of the tax year.
Lisa Beville, JD, CPA, CTIP, Fidelity National Title Group
Andi Bolin, CESP, Stewart Title Guaranty Company
Candie Sandlin, CTIP, Community National Title
1.0 Escrow Credit (expires 10/26/23)
For those with some experience on the topic and/or the title industry. May include real-world application and/or specific and detailed information. For more information on TLTA's rating system, please click here.
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