Whacked Out Wednesday – Important Parts of Loans!

#WhackedOutWednesday – Important parts of loans are everywhere! However, there are certain things that can make or break loans.  And this is why I do whacked out Wednesday shows to help LO’s know what to avoid or to do mortgages right.  So check it out, the 1003 and the CD are the heart and soul of a mortgage loan.  The two biggest mistakes on the 1003 I go over, and the balance of a file prior to the final CD is talked about.  ↓

With so many moving parts in loans I’m certain that you have made mistakes in your career just as I have.  The two best practices I share today are; 1, garbage in, garbage out.  If you input numbers without breaking them down, you will have issues with cash to close, to balancing of the file, to getting “fake” DU findings.  Meaning they are not right.  Number 2, is the CD.  This should happen with #Wholesale, but it doesn’t.  Most retail banks often require a LO to review a CD and sign off on it prior to even sending to a client.  It’s a best practice, and should be done with Brokers.  Seriously.  If you don’t balance your file prior to closing, you will get to escrow and find out sellers concessions are left on the table, or something is different in your structure than you promised the client or expected.  Balancing a file should happen upfront, but often times is isn’t.  And then left for the processors to view, and they don’t know what YOU sold the client.  It is WHACKED OUT that the details of the transaction are not married with LO approval until the end.  Don’t be that guy/gal!

As I always do, I offer my clients help with structuring the loans fees, structure, guidelines etc.  My role is to be your caddie on the side as your the golfer in the transaction moving the ball along to the hole.  (closing) Let’s do business and make it happen together! CLICK HERE to sign up!

As Always –

#SellWell

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