TRID

Do Creditors Have To Approve TRID Loans In 3 Days?

  If your loan is approved, on the terms you requested the creditor is required to provide a Loan Estimate within 3 business days. If they determine that your application will not or cannot be approved they do not have to provide a Loan Estimate. Likewise, if you withdraw your loan application within that period […]

Can Creditors Collect Information Beyond The 6 Required Pieces?

  In addition to the required pieces: Name Income Social Security Number Property Address Estimated Property Value Mortgage Amount Sought a creditor may collect whatever additional information they deem necessary. However, as soon as you have provided the 6 required pieces, the creditor has 3 business days to provide a Loan Estimate for approved loans.

What 6 Pieces of Information Make A TRID Loan Application?

  Submitting these 6 pieces of information: Name Income Social Security Number Property Address Estimated Value of Property Mortgage Loan Amount sought constitutes a valid loan application under the TRID rule. You may apply and submit these in writing OR in oral form; a live conversation, or a phone call, backed by a written record […]

What Disclosures Are Used For Loans Not Covered By TRID?

  Creditors must continue to use the Good Faith Estimate, Truth-In-Lending Disclosure and the HUD-1 form for reverse mortgages, HELOCs, mobile home or other non-attached dwelling loans and others NOT covered by TRID. Housing assistance loans for low- and moderate-income consumers are partially exempt from TRID disclosures, and have specific rules. Creditors are not required […]

What Kinds Of Loans Do TRID Disclosures Cover?

  TRID rules apply to MOST consumer credit transactions secured by real property. These include mortgages, refinancing, construction-only loans closed-end home-equity loans, and loans secured by vacant land or by 25 or more acres. The rule does NOT apply to Home Equity Line of Credit transactions reverse mortgages mortgages secured by a mobile home or […]

What Do Lenders Have To Tell You About Your Real Estate Loan?

  Federal “disclosure” forms define the information that creditor businesses MUST provide to consumers applying for real estate loans. As of Oct 1, 2015 lenders must provide TWO New “TRID” disclosure forms. for the most common kinds of real estate loans First, the Loan Estimate, which covers the key features, costs and risks of a […]

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