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PERCENTAGE
ESCROW ACCOUNT
LATE CHARGE
LEGAL DOCUMENT
THREE FORMS
SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS
SIGN
SIGNING
BORROWERS
FEE
DEED
CLOSING
CLOSINGS
LENDERS
LENDER
ESCROW HOLDER
ESCROW
LOANS
LOAN
LOAN DOCUMENTS
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Definitions

  1. The loan documents are delivered to the escrow closer to prepare final statements, escrow instructions and documents for the transfer of ownership. (Web site)
  2. These loan documents are forms that are commonly used for all closings and some are required by law.
  3. Executed loan documents are forwarded to the lender.

Percentage

  1. NOMINAL INTEREST RATES - The percentage of interest that is stated in loan documents. (Web site)

Escrow Account

  1. The loan documents prescribed that Defendant would pay Plaintiffs' real estate taxes from an escrow account.

Late Charge

  1. When you signed your loan documents, part of the fine print stated that if you did not make your payments on time, you would pay a late charge.

Legal Document

  1. Errors and Omissions - Legal document whereas you agree to cooperate with clerical error corrections in the future with respect to your loan documents.

Three Forms

  1. Notary Fees – Most sets of loan documents have two or three forms that must be notarized.

Specific Instructions

  1. All loan documents will be returned to the lender(s) according to their specific instructions.

Sign

  1. You will be required to sign the final loan documents in front of a notary public.

Signing

  1. On refinance transactions, Federal law mandates that you have three days, after signing your loan documents, in which to cancel your loan.

Borrowers

  1. We have professional escrow closers in every state who are capable of meeting with borrowers at their selected location to execute the loan documents.

Fee

  1. Signing Fee - Fee paid to a notary or signing service to execute your loan documents.

Deed

  1. Recording the deed, loan documents, and all other documents necessary for insuring the transaction. (Web site)
  2. Recording the deed and loan documents.

Closing

  1. The buyer signs all loan documents ahead of the closing date, and the seller signs the deed a few days before closing.
  2. Then at closing, you are presented with a "take it or leave it" set of loan documents that grossly changes your original intent.

Closings

  1. Some states require a lawyer to be present at "closings" - the meeting where the loan documents are signed. (Web site)

Lenders

  1. Some loan documents provide that borrowers must deliver defeasance deposits — not actual defeasance collateral — to lenders. (Web site)
  2. Lenders often email the loan documents to the escrow company, which in turn prints them out and reviews them before signing. (Web site)
  3. Pick-up arrangements for loan documents and lenders and buyers funds are made by the escrow agent. (Web site)

Lender

  1. Your escrow officer will contact your lender to begin coordinating the exchange of loan documents and the loan proceeds. (Web site)
  2. A. If you are financing your real estate purchase, it is very common to have the lender require you to sign a large number of loan documents at the closing.
  3. Comment: The changes deny the Lender its longstanding right to declare a covenant default and exercise its rights under the loan documents. (Web site)

Escrow Holder

  1. Some lenders now forward their loan documents to the Escrow Holder for signing.

Escrow

  1. It has become a practice of some lenders to forward their loan documents to escrow for signing.

Loans

  1. Loan documents needed are the loan application, credit report, title papers, proof of insurance, bank statements and appraisal on cash out loans. (Web site)

Loan

  1. The lenders will take an application, process the loan documents, and see the loan through to the funding stage. (Web site)
  2. Note The Note is a promissory note, which is signed with loan documents and states the loan amount, interest rate and loan terms.
  3. Your loan documents will specify a payment amount you need to make each month until the loan is paid in full, a payment that includes principal and interest.

Loan Documents

  1. Records deed and loan documents, delivers the deed to the buyer, loan documents to the lender and funds to the seller, closing the escrow.
  2. ORIGINATION FEE - Fee charged by lender to prepare loan documents, credit checks, etc.; usually computed as a percentage of face value of the loan. (Web site)
  3. Loan Application Fee - This fee covers the initial costs of processing your loan request, checking your credit history and preparing the loan documents. (Web site)

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