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A supplemental document for borrowers advising them of the characteristics of the mortgage loan they are applying for. This document is often required when applying for a government loan program.

Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM)

A type of mortgage rate loan whose interest rate changes periodically up or down, usually once or twice a year.

Adjustment Period

The time between changes in your interest rate and/or monthly payment with a variable rate loan. These intervals will vary depending on the type of loan.


The means by which a home loan is scheduled to be paid off, including interest and principal, by a series of regular installment payments. Loans are typically amortized over 30 years.

Application Fee

A fee charged to cover the lender’s out of pocket costs of processing your loan.


A formal, written estimation by a qualified appraiser of the current value of a home.


A licensed professional who determines the market value for property values. They offer an unbiased opinion based on current market data and the replacement value of the property.

Annual Percentage Rate (APR)

The cost of your credit expressed as a yearly rate. It takes into account interest, points, and origination fees. Since all lenders are required to use the same guidelines in determining APR, this is a good basis for comparing the cost of various loan programs.


A feature of the loan which permits you to transfer your mortgage and its specified terms to the person(s) purchasing your home. Having an assumable loan could make it easier for you to sell your home, since assumption of a loan usually involves lower fees and/or qualifying standards for the new borrower than a new loan.

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A short-term loan which has a fixed rate and smaller payments for short-term period which is followed by one large payment for the balance of the principal.


The legal process in which a person or firm declares the inability to pay debts. Upon a court declaration of bankruptcy, a person or firm surrenders assets to a court-appointed trustee, and is relieved from the payment of previous debts.


An individual or company who does not fund loans himself, but facilitates the processing or approval procedures for a customer. A broker generally uses a lender to approve and close loans for customers rather than close and fund the loan himself or itself.


Obtaining a lower interest rate (buying down the rate) by paying additional points to the lender. The lower rate may apply to the full duration of the loan or just the first few years. A buydown may be used to qualify a borrower who would not otherwise qualify. This is because a buydown results in lower payments which are easier to qualify for.

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Caps (interest)

A limit to the rise and fall of the interest rate on an adjustable rate mortgage (ARM). A consumer safeguard.

Caps (payment)

A limit to the amount the monthly payment can grow on an adjustable rate mortgage (ARM). A consumer safeguard.

Certificate of Eligibility

A document which verifies the eligibility of veterans for a VA guaranteed loan. This certificate is obtained through a local VA office.

Certificate of Title

A document showing ownership of record as reflected in public records.

Closing Costs

One-time costs that must be paid before the loan can be “closed” or funded. These costs may include such things as property taxes, insurance, broker’s fees, escrow fees, title insurance premium, deed recording fee, title transfer tax, etc. Escrow instructions will stipulate which portion of the fees are to be paid by buyer or seller. An estimate of closing costs will be given to you by the lender within a few days after receiving your loan application and is called a Good Faith Estimate. All or a portion of your closing costs may be financed with some loan programs.


Cooperative Housing is an apartment building or a group of dwellings owned by a corporation, the stockholders of which are the residents of the dwellings. It is operated for their benefit by their elected board of directors. In a cooperative, the corporation or association owns title to the real estate. A resident purchases stock in the corporation which entitles him to occupy a unit in the building or property owned by the cooperative. While the resident does not own his unit, he has an absolute right to occupy his unit for as long as he owns the stock.


The property pledged to secure a loan.


A single dwelling unit in a multi-unit structure in which each unit is individually owned. The owner holds legal title to his or her unit and owns the common areas and land jointly with other unit owners. An owner may sell, lease and encumber his unit.


The loan program guidelines meet Fannie Mae and or Freddie Mac underwriting requirements. This means the income, credit, and property requirements must meet nationally standardized guidelines.


This is the amount other parties may contribute towards allowable closing costs, repairs, and prepaid items for a borrower. Other lender restrictions may apply.

Conventional financing

Home loans made by a lender without government backing provided on FHA and VA loans.


A written agreement which defines or restricts the use of a given property. This may include, architectural restrictions or maintenance requirements.

Credit Report

A report made by a private agency which states a borrower’s credit history, current accounts, and account balances.


Companies or individuals who loan money.

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A written document recorded with the state or local government office which conveys real property.


Failure to legal obligations in a contract. In mortgage terms this generally means to fail to make the required monthly payments.


A document that discloses to the customer either all or one of the following: terms, costs, adjustment period, and/or other characteristics of the mortgage.

Discount Points

Fees paid to a lender to reduce the interest rate.

Down Payment

Usually between 10 and 20 percent, the down payment often demonstrates the borrower’s commitment to the property and to “make good” on the mortgage. A downpayment is the difference between the purchase price of real estate property and the amount that is financed by the mortgage.

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Earnest Money

A deposit made by a buyer of real estate towards the down payment to evidence good faith. A buyer gives “earnest money” to the seller as part of the purchase price to secure the transaction. This money is typically held by the real estate broker or escrow company.


In the sale of property, a neutral third party “the escrow agent” is appointed to act as custodian for documents and funds during the transfer from seller to buyer. The funds can include taxes and mortgage insurance.

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Fannie Mae or FNMA (Federal National Mortgage Association)

A secondary mortgage institution which holds the majority of home mortgages in the U.S. FNMA buys conventional mortgages from lenders when they meet conforming guidelines.

Federal Housing Administration (FHA)

A government agency within the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) that administers many programs including housing subsidies and mortgage insurance.

Fixed Rate Mortgage (FRM)

A loan where the rate of interest is fixed over the life of the loan. Payments on a fully amortized fixed rate loan will not change.

Foreclosure Repossession of the Property

A legal proceeding by which a mortgage lender may claim title to mortgaged property if the borrower fails to repay the loan.

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (Freddie Mac or FHLMC)

A private corporation chartered by Congress to make funds from the capital markets available for home financing. It does this by operating a secondary market for home mortgage loans, buying such mortgages from lenders and selling securities backed by those mortgages.

Free and Clear

This is a term used for a property which does not have any liens or debts recorded on title. That means the owner does not have a mortgage.

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Government National Mortgage Association (Ginnie Mae or GNMA)

The source of funds for FHA or VA residential mortgages.

Good Faith Estimate (GFE)

A written estimate of closing costs associated with the financing transaction which is to be provided by the lender within three days of application.

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Hazard Insurance

A form of insurance in which the insurance company protects the insured from specified losses, for example fire, flood, or windstorm damage.

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Impound/Escrow Account

This is an account set up by the lender to collect monies monthly for property tax, hazard insurance, mortgage insurance, and paid on the borrowers behalf when the applicable charge becomes due. Any unused funds are returned to the borrower upon payoff of the loan.


Used by lenders to calculate the interest adjustments on variable rate loans. Most programs use either the 11th District Cost of Funds or the 1-year Treasury Rate as the index. Some indexes are more volatile than others. This can affect the adjustments in interest rates and subsequently monthly payments.

Initial rate

A fixed interest rate charged for the first six or twelve months of a variable rate loan. Normally this rate will be lower than prevailing market rates.

Interest Rate Cap

A safeguard built into a variable rate loan to protect the consumer against dramatic increases in the rate of interest and, consequently, in the monthly payment. For example, a variable rate loan may have a two percentage point limit per year on the amount of increase or decrease, as well as a five percentage point limit (increase or decrease) over the life of the loan.

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Jumbo Loan

A loan that is larger than the conforming limits established by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac.

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A claim against the property for the payment of a debt, judgment, mortgage or taxes.

Loan to Value (LTV)

This is expressed as a percentage figure of the lower of the sales price or appraisal divided by the loan amount. If a purchase loan reflects 80% LTV that means the borrower paid a 20% down payment.

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Margin (spread)

An amount expressed as a percentage which is added to an index to determine the interest rate on a variable rate loan (e.g. index rate + 2% margin). Different loan programs may use different margins and indexes. With a variable rate loan, this margin (spread) generally does not change once it is established in your documents.

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Negative Amortization

A situation may occur on variable rate loans which have the “payment cap” features. Because your monthly payment is capped, your adjusted payment amount may, at times, be insufficient to pay the actual amount of interest due. The unpaid (deferred) interest would the be added to your loan balance. This increase in your loan balance is known as “negative amortization.” A borrower usually has the option of increasing the monthly payment in any given month to avoid negative amortization or making a lump sum payment to pay off any accrued negative amortization.

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Origination Fee or Points

The charge by a lender or broker connected with originating a loan. This is different from discount points which are used to buy down the rate of interest.

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Payment Cap

Limits the amount by which the payment on a variable rate loan can increase or decrease at each payment adjustment interval (typically one year). A payment cap ensures that the payment changes occur at a gradual pace.


The amount borrowed or the remaining unpaid balance on a loan. It may also be used to describe the part of a monthly payment that reduces the remaining balance of a mortgage.

Principal-Interest-Taxes-Insurance (PITI)

The total of your monthly home payment, including taxes and insurance.

Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI)

Insurance which guarantees the lender payment of the balance of the loan not covered by the sale of the property in the event of foreclosure. PMI is normally required on conventional loans where the LTV is greater than 80% and will be included as part of your monthly payment.

Points and Fees

A point is a loan charge equal to one percent of the principal amount of the loan. Points are payable at the close of escrow and may be paid by the buyer or seller, or split between them. (E.g. Two points charged on a $100,000 loan would equal $2,000.) In addition, a flat dollar amount fee may also be charged. Under some lending programs, a buyer may be allowed to include these points and fees as part of the total amount financed.

Prepayment Penalty

A fee for paying off the principal amount of the loan prior to the pre-agreed term.

Planned Unit Development (PUD)

A type of development that provides more planning flexibility than traditional zoning. Buildings are often clustered on smaller lots, permitting the presence of natural features in common areas or park areas. Individual properties are owned in fee with the common areas owned jointly or deeded to the local government.

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Rate Lock

Assures that the rate in effect on the date you submit your loan application, during loan processing, or at the time of final approval will be the final rate on your loan when funded. This assurance usually expires after a specified period of time.


A ratio used as an underwriting guideline to determine the amount of debt a borrower may have compared to their income (e.g. Borrower’s house payment divided by gross income). A ratio may be used to calculate the total allowable debt or the monthly housing portion. It is expressed as a percent.


Negotiation of a new loan in order to pay off an existing loan. Homes are usually refinanced in order to (a) take advantage of lower interest rates, (b) switch from one loan type to another (e.g. from variable to fixed), or (c) generate cash from built-up equity. Since refinancing generally involves new loans costs, these costs must be weighed against the benefits to be gained.


This is the amount of liquid assets that the lender needs to verify in the borrower’s account above and beyond the funds required to close the transaction. This amount is expressed as a multiple of the total monthly payment (i.e. if PITI is $1200 per month, 2 months reserves would be $2400.) Reserves remain in the borrowers account.

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Self Employed

A borrower is typically considered self employed if they own 25% or more of the company by which they are employed.

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The number of years before your loan is scheduled to be paid off. 15-year and 30-year terms are most common.

Title Insurance

An insurance policy issued by a title insurance company ensuring that the title will reflect only liens allowed by the lender at closing. Liens that need to be cleared prior to closing may include other mortgages, tax liens, and judgments.

Truth and Lending Disclosure

A disclosure required by Federal law (The Truth in Lending Act). Discloses the terms of a mortgage, using required terminology, such as the Annual Percentage Rate (APR).

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Standards established by a lender to determine whether a borrower qualifies for a loan.

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Veterans Administration (VA)

A government agency providing guarantees for lenders on approved loans to qualifying veterans.

Verification of Documents

Most loan programs require the mortgage company to verify information on loan applications such as the borrower’s employment, bank account balances, and credit references. Often, these verifications are referred to as VOE’s (verification of employment), VOD’s (verification of deposits) and VOM’s (verification of mortgage).

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