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What are closing costs?

Closing costs are costs associated with your loan. Closing costs may include discount points, recording fees, loan origination fees, appraisal charges, notary fees, attorney fees, title insurance and more. They usually total between 2 and 5 percent of your home's loan amount.

Where do we get these questions?

A third-party credit bureau generated these questions based on your credit history and other proprietary data.

What is lien position?

The lien position dictates the priority of debt repayment in the event a loan defaults. A lender in the first lien position takes priority when any collateral that secures the loan is sold. In the case of multiple mortgages, a first mortgage typically holds the first lien position on the property.

Why do we ask these questions?

The purpose of collecting this information is to help ensure that all applicants are treated fairly and that the housing needs of communities and neighborhoods are being fulfilled. For residential mortgage lending, federal law requires that we ask applicants for their demographic information (race, ethnicity and sex) in order to monitor our compliance with equal credit opportunity, fair housing and home mortgage disclosure laws. You are not required to provide this information but are encouraged to do so. The law provides that we may not discriminate on the basis of this information or on whether you choose to provide it. You may select one or more “Hispanic or Latino” origins and one or more designations for “Race.” If you do not wish to provide some or all of this information, select the appropriate check box.

How does the income prefill work?

Our third party provider allows us to gather information regarding your past two years of income.

If you need to add or change information you will be able to do so.

How does the income prefill work?

Our third party provider allows us to gather information regarding your past two years of income.

If you need to add or change information you will be able to do so.

How does find and add accounts work?

We have partnered with a trusted company in order to find and add account information such as current balances from other financial institutions. This can include investment and retirement accounts, if applicable. No account information is retained other than information needed for your application.