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#2004794 - 03/27/15 08:13 PM Construction to Perm(1 time close) Not fully drawn
shea930 Offline
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We have a consumer construction to perm (one time closing) that is getting ready to convert over to regular P & I payments from the construction phase. However they did not fully draw out the line of credit....are they still bound to the higher payment listed in the note based off of the full commitment amount? I always believed our system would re-amortize the loan at the time of the switch based on the outstanding principal balance but it's not on this particular transaction....would re-amortizing this make our TIL incorrect since the payment doesn't match what we disclosed. I'm just curious how other banks handle this....does your system re-amortize automatically, do they pay original payments, or do you do a modification to lower the payment amount based on the lower principal balance? Any help would be appreciated!

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#2004831 - 03/27/15 08:58 PM Re: Construction to Perm(1 time close) Not fully drawn shea930
Dan Persfull Offline
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I a previous life far far away when this happened the loan terms were modified.
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#2004897 - 03/30/15 01:18 PM Re: Construction to Perm(1 time close) Not fully drawn shea930
John Burnett Offline
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If the only change to be made is an adjustment in the amortizing payment, you should be able to handle it as a modification. Under 1026.20, no new TIL would be required. Assuming the TIL it was accurate when delivered, you should have no problems.
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#2004923 - 03/30/15 02:38 PM Re: Construction to Perm(1 time close) Not fully drawn shea930
Richard Insley Offline
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Originally Posted By shea930
would re-amortizing this make our TIL incorrect
See Section 1026.17(e) for your get-out-of-jail-free card.
Last edited by Richard Insley; 03/30/15 02:39 PM.
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