Has the CFPB provided sample forms for construction loans?
Our mortgage department is putting together a script for a generic radio ad promoting their department and our offering of home loans. I know the obvious requirement of FDIC and EHL being mentioned. However, I'm unable to find concrete support as to whether our bank's NMLS ID must also be included. I saw a comment in the forum stating that banks aren't required to include it but can't find regulatory guidance to support that. Can you offer me some wisdom or direct me to a resource? I'm in Texas, by the way. I've also searched for state specifications and came up empty.
We include the Equal Housing Lender logo in all our home loan ads. Are we also required to include the “Equal Opportunity Lender” logo?
It is my understanding that we have 30 days to notify the customer of our loan decision when denying the request. My question is, does the letter date have to reflect the same date of denial? I had a loan officer deny a mortgage loan within three days of application to avoid early disclosure requirements, but then the application was re-activated and the lender made a second decision with a later date. This second decision date makes the denial notice reflect more than three days from the application date. Any advice?
When we have a TRID loan that we have already issued the loan estimate to the borrower, and we find out that the borrower will be paying the seller’s fees at closing. Do we have to include the seller’s fee in with our tolerance calculation since the buyer is paying it? Let’s say we have state/tax stamps, usually paid by the seller. At closing we find out the buyer is paying the fee. This is a zero tolerance fee, do we have to add it into our tolerance calculation since it is a seller’s fee just being paid by the buyer?