Software Provider Releases Update

June 3, 2010

New Jersey-based Easy Soft, a legal practice management software and services provider, announced the launch of Easy HUD 4.0., the latest version of its popular real estate closing software. Easy HUD 4.0 automates the residential real estate closings from start to finish and offers a host of new features that make 2010 RESPA Rule compliance easier.

“One way for law firms, large and small, to remain competitive in today’s economy is to maximize efficiency and productivity.” stated Anil Narula, president of Easy Soft. “With Easy HUD 4.0, users only have to enter data one time and they can manage every aspect of their closing practice, from real estate document generation, HUD settlement statement preparation, disbursements and 1099-S reporting to trust accounting interface.”

A new Integrated Real Estate Documents module generates real estate documents such as letters, deeds, affidavit of titles, state documents and title documents. Apart from built-in real estate document generation, Easy HUD 4.0 now has many file management features such as, Case Status/Task Tracking, Case Log, Case Notes and LinkedDocs. Easy HUD 4.0 also enhances important RESPA related features such as smart itemization and set offs, provides addendum page flexibility and includes an automated HUD-GFE comparison sheet.


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SoftPro, based in Raleigh, NC, offers a mature suite of products, designed specifically for the closing and title industry. Our mission is to serve our client base, with best-in-class products and services. Our products are modular so we don't force you to buy anything you don't need. You can always add on as your business grows. Unlike other software companies, we view the sale as the beginning of the relationship rather than the end. North American Title Insurance Company (NATIC) is a seasoned title insurance underwriter, helping title agents to achieve their individual business goals for more than 50 years. Today, the company conducts real estate settlement services in 39 states and the District of Columbia through a network of experienced, independent agents.