We gave a lender credit of $2,500 on the LE for a "no cost" loan. On the CD, we showed all fees paid by the lender, with total specific lender credits of $2,600. However, our origination fee of $500 shown on the LE was waived and removed on the CD, offsetting an increase in a title service fee
of $600. In short, we are paying more in credits than originally disclosed, but have removed a waived fee. Is this acceptable?
I have a refinance loan closing and I have to pay the real estate property taxes that were due on 7/1- summer taxes. Where should I put them on the
Closing Disclosure, In section F-prepaid or is it okay to put them in the payments and payoff section (page 3) on the CD?
If you have changes to a loan product or loan amount, etc. one day prior to the initial closing disclosure being issued, can you use the initial CD to
disclose the changes or do you have to reissue the loan estimate and restart the clock, or is there another solution?
I have a question regarding modification fees on our construction-perm loans. If additional fees are incurred at modification (Appraisal fee,
recording fees, title fees, etc.) and were not disclosed on the loan estimate or closing disclosure, are we able to collect and charge them or
would this be a TRID tolerance issue?
If the buyer is being charged by the attorney to prepare the purchase contract, would we reflect that in Section C or Section H?
Also, would the fee description have "Title" in front of it?
Does the monthly life insurance policy fee need to be disclosed on the loan estimate and closing disclosure on 1st and 2nd mortgages? The policy is offered by the lender but it is not a requirement of the loan. This one is on a 2nd closed-end mortgage and the monthly fee is included with the P & I payment for the mortgage.
May a lender offer a gift card at closing for a mortgage loan, and would this then be disclosed on a loan estimate or closing disclosure?
The bank provided a construction loan to a borrower to build a dwelling. Along with the temporary financing the bank also provided a loan estimate
for a permanent loan. This was done to make sure the borrower had all the pertinent information to make a decision about the new construction as well
as due diligence by the bank to be certain the borrower will qualify for the end mortgage.
Is it considered a HMDA reportable transaction as a withdrawn application if the bank provided the loan estimate for permanent financing? The
construction loan was taken out by a permanent mortgage in the secondary market loan and not the in-house mortgage that the loan estimate referred
I'm new to TRID and trying to understand tolerance and cure amounts for things such as the following:
Loan Estimate :
- Recording Fees $32.00
- Settlement Agent Fee $500 and
- Title Search $300.00
Title Search $500.00
What would be the tolerance cure?
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.