A Designated Trust Account Holder is what TrustFunds calls the entity that holds earnest money in its trust account(s). These entities may include real estate brokers, title companies, escrow companies and law firms. When using TrustFunds, the buyer’s agent designates the appropriate party to hold the funds, as per the signed purchase agreement between buyer and seller.
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- DTAH - Broker or Title Company - Can TrustFunds provide training for my office admins and/or agents?
- DTAH - Who is a Designated Trust Account Holder (``DTAH``)?
- DTAH - Broker - Are brokers required to register their company, in order for their agents to use TrustFunds?
- DTAH - Broker - Title - Can a refund be processed via TrustFunds?
- DTAH - How soon can I use TrustFunds after submitting my application?
- DTAH - How does a DTAH reconcile deposits to their trust account?
- DTAH - Does TrustFunds receive or hold the earnest money payment?
- DTAH - How long does a DTAH have access to transaction data in TrustFunds?
- DTAH - Can a DTAH set up more than one trust account?
- DTAH - If a DTAH has more than one office, does it need to register each office?