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The Mortgage Process

|BROKERS| |DOCUMENTS| |FEES| |THE PROCESS| |MORTGAGE TERMS|

1.) The Application

2.) Credit Reports

3.) Pre-Qualification

4.) Mortgage Programs and Rates

5.) Processing

6.) Required Documents

7.) Appraisal Basics

8.) Underwriting

9.) Closing

10.) Summation

1.) The Application

The application is the true start of the loan process. The borrower completes, with the aid of a mortgage professional, the application and provides all Required Documentation.The various fees and closing cost estimates will have been discussed while examining the many Mortgage Programs and these costs will be verified by the Good Faith Estimate (GFE) and a Truth-In-Lending Statement (TIL) which the borrower will receive within three days of the submission of the application to the lender.

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2.) Credit Reports

Most people applying for a home mortgage need not worry about the effects of their credit history during the mortgage process. A Credit Profile refers to a consumer credit file, which is made up of various consumer credit reporting agencies. It is a picture of how you paid back the companies you have borrowed money from, or how you have met other financial obligations. There are five categories of information on a credit profile:

Identifying Information

Employment Information

Credit Information

Public Record Information

Inquiries

NOT included on your credit profile is race, religion, health, driving record, criminal record, political preference, or income.If you have had credit problems, be prepared to discuss them honestly with a mortgage professional who will assist you in writing your "Letter of Explanation." Knowledgeable mortgage professionals know there can be legitimate reasons for credit problems, such as unemployment, illness or other financial difficulties. If you had problems that have been corrected (reestablishment of credit), and your payments have been on time for a year or more, your credit may be considered satisfactory. Credit scoring is a statistical method of assessing the credit risk of a mortgage application. By now, most people have heard of credit scoring. The most common score (now the most common terminology for credit scoring) is called the FICO score. This score was developed by Fair, Isaac & Company, Inc. for the three main credit Bureaus; Equifax (Beacon), Experian (formerly TRW), and Empirica (TransUnion).FICO scores are simply repository scores meaning they ONLY consider the information contained in a person’s credit file. They DO NOT consider a persons income, savings or down payment amount. Credit scores are based on five factors: 35% of the score is based on payment history, 30% on the amount owed, 15% on how long you’ve had credit, 10% percent on new credit being sought and 10% on the types of credit you have. The scores are useful in directing applications to specific loan programs and to set levels of underwriting, but are not the final word regarding the type of program you will qualify for or your interest rate. The data from large scoring projects, such as large mortgage portfolios, demonstrate their predictive quality and that the scores work.The following items are some of the ways that you can improve your credit score:

Pay your bills on time.

Keep Balances low on credit cards.

Limit your credit accounts to what you really need.

Check that your credit report information is accurate.

Be conservative in applying for credit and make sure that your credit is only checked when necessary.

A borrower with a score of 680 and above is considered an A+ borrower. A loan with this score will be put through an "automated basic computerized underwriting" system and be completed within minutes. Borrowers in this category qualify for the lowest interest rates. A score below 680 but above 620 may indicate underwriters will take a closer look in determining potential risk. Borrowers with this credit score may still obtain preferred pricing. Borrowers with credit scores below 620 normally go to lenders where the loan terms and conditions are less attractive. With these loan types, more time is needed to find the borrower the best rates. All things being equal, when you have derogatory credit, equity, stability, income, documentation, assets, etc. play a larger role in the approval decision. Late mortgage payments and Bankruptcies/Foreclosures are the most important. An indication of ability to repay is important.

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3.) Pre-Qualification

Pre-qualification starts the loan process. Once a lender has gathered information about a borrower’s income and debts, a determination can be made as to how much the borrower can pay for a house. Since different loan programs can cause different valuations a borrower should get pre-qualified for each loan type the borrower may qualify for.In attempting to approve homebuyers for the type and amount of mortgage they want, mortgage companies look at two key factors. First, the borrower’s ability to repay the loan and, second, the borrower’s willingness to repay the loan.Ability to repay the mortgage is verified by your current employment and total income. Generally speaking, mortgage companies prefer for you to have been employed in the same line of work for a few years.The borrower’s willingness to repay is determined by examining how the property will be used. For instance, will you be living there or just renting it out? Willingness is also closely related to how you have fulfilled previous financial commitments, thus the emphasis on the Credit Report and/or your rental payment history. It is important to remember that there are no rules carved in stone. Each applicant is handled on a case-by-case basis. So even if you come up a little short in one area, your stronger point could make up for the weak one. Mortgage companies couldn’t stay in business if they didn’t generate loan business, so it’s in everyone’s best interest to see that you qualify.

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4.) Mortgage Programs and Rates

To properly analyze a Mortgage Program, the borrower needs to think about how long they plan to keep the loan. If you plan to sell the house in a few years, an adjustable or balloon loan may make more sense. If you plan to keep the house for a longer period, a fixed loan may be more suitable.Shopping for a loan is very time consuming and frustrating. With so many programs to choose from, each with different rates, points and fees, an experienced mortgage professional can evaluate a borrower’s situation and recommend the most suitable Mortgage Program; thus, allowing the borrower to make an informed decision.

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5.) Processing

Once the application has been submitted, the processing of the mortgage begins. The Processor orders the Credit Report, Appraisal and Title Report. The information on the application, such as bank deposits and payment histories, are then verified. Any credit derogatories, such as late payments, collections and/or judgments require a written explanation. The processor examines the Appraisal and Title Report checking for property issues that may require further investigation. The entire mortgage package is then put together for submission to the lender.

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6.) Required Documents

If you are purchasing or refinancing your home, and you are salaried you will need to provide the past two-years W-2s and one month of pay-stubs: OR, if you are self-employed you will need to provide the past two-years tax returns. If you own rental property you will need to provide Rental Agreements and the past two-years tax returns. If you wish to speed up the approval process, you should also provide the past three-months bank, stock and mutual fund account statements, and provide the most recent copies of any stock brokerage or IRA/401k accounts that you might have. Provide a copy of the divorce decree if applicable. If you are not a US citizen, provide a copy of your green card (front and back), or if you are NOT a permanent resident provide your visa.If you are applying for a Home Equity Loan you will need to, in addition to the above documents, provide a copy of your first mortgage note and deed of trust. These items will normally be found in your mortgage closing documents.

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7.) Appraisal Basics

An appraisal of real estate is the valuation of property. The appraiser does not create value, the appraiser interprets the market to arrive at a value estimate. As the appraiser compiles data pertinent to a report, consideration must be given to the site and amenities as well as the physical condition of the property. Considerable research and collection of data must be completed prior to the appraiser arriving at a final opinion of value.Using three common approaches, which are all derived from the market, derives the opinion, or estimate of value. The first approach to value is the COST APPROACH. This method derives what it would cost to replace the existing improvements as of the date of the appraisal, less any physical deterioration, functional obsolescence and economic obsolescence. The second method is the COMPARISON APPROACH, which uses other properties (comps) of similar size, quality and location that have recently sold to determine value. The INCOME APPROACH is used in the appraisal of rental properties. This approach provides an objective estimate of what a prudent investor would pay based on the net income the property produces.

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8.) Underwriting

Once the processor has put together a complete package with all verifications and documentation, the file is sent to the lender. The underwriter is responsible for determining whether the package is deemed an acceptable loan. If more information is needed the loan is put into "suspense" and the borrower is contacted to supply more information and/or documentation. If the loan is acceptable as submitted, the loan is put into an "approved" status.

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9.) Closing

At the closing the borrower should:

Bring a cashiers check or wire funds for your down payment and closing costs if required. Personal checks are normally not accepted.

Review the final loan documents. Make sure that the interest rate and loan terms are what you agreed upon. Also, verify that the names and address on the loan documents are accurate.

Sign the loan documents.

Bring identification.

After the documents are signed, the closing agent returns the documents to the lender who examines them and, if everything is in order, arranges for the funding of the loan. Once the loan has funded, the closing agent arranges for the mortgage note and deed of trust to be recorded at the county recorders office and final disbursements are made.

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10.) Summation

Contact one of our experienced Loan Officers today at 386-788-5211 to discuss your particular mortgage needs or Apply Online and a Loan Officer will promptly get back to you.

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