There’s no getting around it: loans require paperwork. But your US Mortgage Network team will make it as painless as possible. Here’s what we generally need to make your home ownership journey complete.
To apply for a loan, you will have to provide the lender with detailed documentation of your financial history. The lender will request a credit report from a credit agency and will verify the information provided in your loan application. We’ll need to have:
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Curious about the loan process? We’ll guide you through every step, but below is an overview of what generally occurs when you apply for a home mortgage loan.
Prequalification occurs before the loan process actually begins. The lender gathers information about your income and debts, and makes a financial determination about how much house you may be able to afford.
It's a good idea to know how expensive a home you can afford before you start shopping for one! If you are refinancing the loan on your existing home, then the prequalification process should help you decide whether refinancing is a good idea for you.
The application is the beginning of the loan process and either occurs after you have found a property you want to buy or have determined that you wish to refinance the loan on your existing home. You complete a mortgage application for a particular loan program and, supply all of the required documentation for processing. Various fees and down payment options are discussed at this time. The loan officer will deliver a Good Faith Estimate (GFE) and a Truth-In-Lending Disclosure (TIL) within three days that itemize the rates and estimated costs for obtaining the loan.
Processing of your Estimated Loan
The lender will typically submit the application package to an automated underwriting system that will provide the lender with the necessary documentation needed for loan approval. In some cases, the lender may also manually underwrite an application package.
The lender's processor reviews the credit reports and documentation to verify your employment, debts and payment histories. If there are unacceptable late payments, collections, judgments, etc., the processor requests a written explanation from you. The processor also reviews the appraisal and survey and checks for property issues that may affect final loan approval. The processor's job is to put together an entire application package for the lender's underwriter.
The lender's underwriter is responsible for determining whether the application package prepared by the processor meets all the lender's criteria. If more information is needed, the loan is put into "suspense" and you will be contacted to supply more documentation.
If the underwriter approves the loan, the lender issues a conditional commitment to lend, orders title insurance, works with you to clear all conditions to its commitment to lend and then schedules a closing time. Conditions to the lender's commitment may include issues with credit, income or the property that may arise during the processing and underwriting process.
The lender's underwriter is responsible for determining whether the application package prepared by the processor meets all the lender's criteria. If more information The closing will occur after all conditions are cleared and the lender issues a full loan approval. At the closing, the lender "funds" the loan with a cashier's check, draft or wire to the closing agent, who disburses funds, in exchange for the title transfer to the property. This is the point at which you finish the loan process and actually refinance or buy the house, subject to the lender's loan. Closings occur at different places in different states. For instance, some states require that the closing take place at a closing attorney's office, while others use a title or escrow company. You may also be able to close at your home or office.
After closing, we’ll mail you our custom file box that contains all of the paperwork from your recent home purchase or refinance—from mortgage note information to the appraisal to the title and deed. Our customers love this special touch. It’s a great way to keep all of your important closing paperwork in one place.
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