We are doing a second mortgage where the first mortgage is already in escrow. 1.) Should we disclose the estimated escrow on page 1 of the Loan Estimate with No for being in escrow or should we completely leave them off since the borrower is already in escrow. 2.) On Page 4 of the Closing Disclosure how should we disclose here as well, and if we select no escrow, our only options are because the customer declined it or your lender does not offer one. Neither of these fit our situation because the customer is already in escrow with us, so they didn't decline it nor did we not offer one.
Should we have one or more employees that are designated to handle all customer complaints? Should all complaints be referred to them no matter who initially receives the complaint?
Should a ITIN form be in a loan file?
I only added 9 days for the closing costs expiration date on the Loan Estimate (LE). I counted the day the LE was issued as one of the 10 days. The borrowers have already signed the Intent to Proceed. What happens now? The lender says I have to re-app the loan and start over. I wanted to know what you think.
When you setup an auto payment on a loan, debiting a checking account at your bank, can you charge an NSF for the payment when funds are not there on the payment date?