The flow chart below is a general outline of a mortgage loan process. This process will vary depending on the type of mortgage loan and the documentation required.
Step 1: Pre-approval.
Borrower provides us with all personal information necessary to make a loan decision. This would include residency history, employment and income, asset availability, liabilities and credit history.
Step 2: Credit and Automated Underwriting.
We will access your credit report and submit your loan via automated underwriting for an immediate loan decision.
Step 3: Loan Documents.
Complete loan application paperwork and sign all disclosures.
Step 4: Initial Validation.
We will validate all personal information provided at the time of application.
Step 5: Appraisal.
After we receive an executed contract for purchase, we order the appraisal to determine the market value of the home you are buying.
Step 6: Final Underwriting.
Once the loan package is complete the loan is submitted for final underwriting validation.
Step 7: Clear Conditions.
If the underwriting validation requires additional information these conditions must be satisfied prior to the funding of the loan.
Step 8: Closing Preparation.
After all conditions have been cleared by underwriting, the closing package will be ordered and prepared. The closing will be scheduled and all documents will be signed at this time.
*There are additional settlement providers during the course of this process. They include but are not limited to, title companies, attorneys, building inspectors, surveyors, pest inspectors, mortgage insurance companies, etc. These companies are traditionally coordinated by the realtors, buyers & sellers, and the mortgage company. They all play a key role in the home buying process.
Reverse Mortgages; Over the years, celebs such as Robert Wagner, Alex Trebek and Fred Thompson have actually touted reverse home mortgages as a way to supplement a senior’s fixed income by tapping equity that has actually accumulated in their home. But here’s another, less common use of reverse home loans that these stars may not have mentioned in their commercials: purchasing a brand-new house. And in many cases, senior citizens can still hang on to their old homes, too.
A reverse mortgage [ReverseMortgageFlorida.Net] is a type of mortgage in which a homeowner can borrow money against the value of his or her home. No repayment of the mortgage (principal or interest) is needed until the customer dies or the home is offered.
For more about an Orlando mortgage, call Dave Murray with Horizon Home Funding at 407.647.3377. For information about Orlando Real Estate, call Paul McGarigal “The Real Estate Coach” at 407.345.1133