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  1. WenchenWang Home mortgage

  2. 1.The process of mortgage 2.The costs may occur during mortgage process

  3. Find a house Sign in application You get money Absolutely not! Mortgage Simple?

  4. Preapproval letters House hunt Find a lender &Applying for the Loan Mortgage Origination and Processing The Underwriting Process & Conditions to Approval Closing 7. Mortgage payment process

  5. What’ preapproval letter ? Ballpark figure Why preapproval letter? Avoid awkward situation realtor take pre-approved customers more serious. Preapproval letters

  6. Shop around Prepare your financial biography - W2 statements (or 1099 income statements) for the last two years -Federal tax returns for the last two years -Bank statements for the last few months -Recent pay stubs and proof of other income -Proof of investment income not obligated to one lender expiration dates - usually 90 days Tips for preapproval letter

  7. House hunt Environment House plan House hunt

  8. Once you and the seller have signed a mutually acceptable purchase agreement, your agent will collect your earnest moneycheck and deposit it in an escrow account. Cost: title search cost and inspection cost House hunt

  9. Qualify your loan and get your own interest rate • Payment to Income(PTI) • Loan to Value (LTV) • Types of interest rate • Down payment If less than 20%, need to buy PMI • Credit score • Property: age and type, location, claim, history, etc. • Lenders Find a lender &Applying for the Loan

  10. Loan application preapproval • Photo I.D. • Last two pay stubs • Proof of other income • Last two tax returns • Employment history (two years), including addresses and contact information • Previous lenders or landlords (past two years) • Your monthly household budget (for your reference) • All debts • All savings • Other assets (life insurance, property, etc.) • Source of downpayment • W2 statements (or 1099 income statements) for the last two years • Federal tax returns for the last two years • Bank statements for the last few months • Recent pay stubs and proof of other income • Proof of investment income Find a lender &Applying for the Loan

  11. Origination is lenders jargon, which means creation . Lender start process the loan. Collect and organize your information as a processor. Origination fee, usually it is 1% of the loan but negotiable. . Mortgage Origination and Processing

  12. Determine if you represent an acceptable level of risk for the lender. Condition to approval: like a task list of borrower The Underwriting Process & Conditions to Approval

  13. Closing is the final step in the mortgage process Ton of paperwork need to sign Its also a collective cost list (3%-5%) Closing(Close escrow/settlement)

  14. Attorney fees Title service cost Recording fee Origination fee Survey fee Brokerage commission Mortgage application fee Appraisal fee Inspection fee Insurance fee Tax Closing costs Etc.

  15. Escrow account include P&I payment insurance payment property tax Mortgage payment

  16. about Preapproval 10 mistakes often closing cost FICO score and the example of how terms, credit score and other factors affect the inters=st rate closing cost is totally another cost comparing with mortgage cost and this one is more specific than the one in wiki. how the FICO score forms and the weight of this score small lender ride over the big lender top 100 mortgage companies the top 1 mortgage company of 2012. good example and if interested reference

  17. Escrow is an account separate from the mortgage account where deposit of funds occurs for payment of certain conditions that apply to the mortgage, usually property taxes and insurance. The escrow agent has the duty to properly account for the escrow funds and ensure that usage of funds is explicitly for the purpose intended. According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, a lender often requires that a homeowners insurance policy be in place before finalizing a mortgage settlement. Many factors influence the total annual cost of this insurance, including the extent of the coverage and the location of the property. According to the Federal Reserve Bureau, the average cost of an annual premium for homeowners insurance is between $300 and $1,000. While annual premiums are typically paid in monthly installments, some lenders might require a homeowner to pay the first year's annual premium in full before completing a mortgage settlement, says the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. How appraised value affect your mortgage? LOAN process Where Does the Money Come From for Mortgage Loans? 7 steps of mortgage reference

  18. Q&A?