Often issued to small communities, in rural areas, and some areas outside major metropolitin areas.
This mortgage will require a higher credit score and more money down, but does not have as many provisions.
Use your veteran loan benefits to buy a home with no money down or refinance up to 120% of your home's value.
Lower your interest rate, shorten your term, switch from an adjustable to fixed and turn your home's equity into cash.
Insured by HUDA, a mortgage loan that requires a low down payment and demands less-than-perfect credit.
Makes sense for more affluent buyers purchasing a home above the conforming loan limit.
The ﬁrst step in the Mortgage Process is to complete a full client questionnaire. Once your questionaire is received, an experienced Mortgage Banker will help explain different ﬁnancing options that are best suited for your goals.This beginning stages of the process does not guarantee an approval for a mortgage, however it does provide the knowledge required to set realistic expectations in respect.
Financial documents supporting the client questionnaire must be submitted and veriﬁed by underwriters. Documentation commonly requested (but not limited to) would include 30 dayspaystubs, 2 years complete tax returns, 2 years W2’s and 1099’s, photo ID’s for all applicants, current checking and savings account statements, and recent retirement/investment account statements. If you have experienced a divorce or bankruptcy, supporting documentation will be required.
Now that the pre-approval is in place, you can begin the process of shopping for your dream home! You might consult with a realtor about your needs and prepare a list of available inventory that suits your search criteria. When the perfect home is located, Your realtor will present your offer to the seller.
When all parties have agreed to the terms of the sales contract, you will meet with your Mortgage Banker to discuss the different ﬁnancing options you may qualify for. When the type of mortgage, and term, has been determined, you will sign the Loan Application and the Loan Estimate. This document is not 100% accurate in the early stages, however, it does provide you with a realistic picture of your transaction.
A Mortgage Underwriter’s job is to assess the risk of lending you, the applicant, money to purchase your home. They will consider factors such as credit history, employment history and income, and your ability to repay when determining if they will approve your loan or not.
Your Realtor will recommend a capable home inspector to conduct a thorough inspection of the property. The inspector will check for any structural and/or material defects in the property and provide a written report about their ﬁndings. If the property contains items that need to be addressed, per the inspection report, the Realtor can submit a building resolution document that request the seller to correct the deficiencies or provide a credit for the repairs at closing. (dwell Mortgage does not require a copy of the inspection as this is a voluntary inspection) dwell Mortgage will order an appraisal on the property from one of our approved vendors. The appraisal report is required by underwriting as it provides a collateral assessment of the property, assuring the Lender that the property value is commensurate with the purchase price.
After the initial documentation has been collected and the appraisal report has been issued, the ﬁle is submitted to our Underwriting Team for review. Typically on the ﬁrst review, the Underwriter will issue an “approval” but with some conditions.These “conditions” are items that the Underwriter needs additional clarity on. Once these conditions are met, the ﬁnal approval will be issued.
The ﬁnal approval is issued when all documentation has been signed off on by Underwriting. It is imperative that this ﬁnal approval date is met prior to your loan commitment date on the sales contract. Since this milestone is time sensitive, staying motived and providing all requested information will allow us to meet the designated date of loan commitment and prevent any delays or extensions.
The loan closing appointment typically occurs at a Title Company and represents the time when all Buyers sign the ﬁnal loan, and title, documents. This will include the transfer of title and all recording instruments that show YOU as the new owner!
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