Wednesday’s Wisdom – New 1003 Week – Section 3 & 4

#WednesdaysWisdom – It’s the New 1003 Week – Section 3 & 4 are broken down today! I have to say I really like the “chart” format to every section of the 1003 as I see it.  It will require LO’s to ask more questions, and common things missed are listed as questions.  I like it a lot.  Today we start with section 3 and is the REO section.  The instructions at the top of page 4 are just as the other sections, very easy to read and spell out what’s needed.

Section 3 starts off with the REO section of the home being refinanced first.  (and is in bold) Otherwish if you do not own any Real Estate, check the box!

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Section 3b is a continuation of the REO section for other properties, and so is 3C.  Very simple page 5 of the new 1003, and is to detail REO’s owned.

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And of course at the bottom of page 4 you have the borrower’s name the information is associated too!  Now page 5 Section 4, the loan and property information.   Again I like how it starts off and is self explanatory for instructions.  The newest thing on here is a FOURTH option for occupancy.  And then the 2 questions at the bottom of the first chart.

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Then section 4b breaks down other loans on the property they are buying or refinancing.  This includes seconds, hard money, or seller carry backs.

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Section 4c breaks down rental income and would be filled in on any home that is a 2 unit or more.  Primary or investment to indicate the expected monthly rental income.  No you do not take 75% in this section, that the underwriter would do in their section for this, just list the full rent expected to be received.

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The final section on page 5 is the break down on gifts for the transaction.  I like the new 1003 in that it highlights the often missed items on the current 1003 now.  This also is put together in a chart like format and gives examples, it’s like selling for LO’s.  What a great reminder too.

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And guess what’s at the bottom of page 5?  You bet the borrower’s name at the bottom left that the information is applied too.  I love this new 1003 and the more I analyze it the more I see how it brings to life the issues we have in loans and makes it more transparent for underwriting.

Ok, as I stated in today’s video, I’m in the office taking “I gotta guy” questions to help you bring a 1003 to life!

As Always –

#SellWell

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