This ARTICLE On Fully Underwritten TBD Mortgage Approval Was PUBLISHED On September 19th, 2019
Fully Underwritten TBD Mortgage Approval on home loans are geared towards borrowers who may and/or may not meet agency mortgage guidelines. In most cases, loan officers will issue pre-approval letters if they are sure borrowers will definitely get conditional loan approval. However, there are cases and instances where it may be a 50/50 chance. Examples of such cases are in the following case scenarios:
- Manual underwriting with Late payments in the past 12 months
- Manual underwriting in cases with late payments during Chapter 13 Bankruptcy repayment period
- Late payments after bankruptcy, foreclosure, deed in lieu of foreclosure, short-sale
When a loan officer cannot get an automated underwriting system (AUS) approval and needs to go manual underwriting, it is best to do a Fully Underwritten TBD Mortgage Approval. In this article, we will cover Fully Underwritten TBD Mortgage Approval.
Cases Where A Fully Underwritten TBD Mortgage Approval Is Recommended
Cases, when Fully Underwritten TBD Mortgage Approval is recommended, is when there are extraordinary circumstances on manual underwrites.
- Fully Underwritten TBD Mortgage Approval is when a borrower’s file has been fully processed and underwritten
- It is a conditional loan approval
- The only condition needed will be underwriting the property
- Once the fully underwritten mortgage approval is issued, the borrower can go out and shop for a home and enter into a written real estate purchase contract
- Not all pre-approvals need to be a Fully Underwritten TBD Mortgage Approval
- Only files that barely meet mortgage guidelines
Examples of such files are recent late payments, late payments after a bankruptcy and/or foreclosure, or other extenuating circumstances. In this article, we will cover and discuss Fully Underwritten TBD Mortgage Approval on home loans.
Qualifying For A Mortgage
Before entering into a real estate purchase contract, a home buyer needs to get pre-approved for a mortgage.
- Homebuyers should never enter into a real estate purchase contract without being fully qualified and pre-approved by a lender
- The qualification process begins with a loan officer taking a mortgage loan application
- The loan officer will pull credit and thoroughly review the borrower’s credit scores and credit report
- Mortgage documents such as tax returns, W2s, paycheck stubs, 60 days of bank statements and other pertinent documents will be requested and reviewed
- Once the loan officer reviews all docs, the loan officer will run the file through the automated underwriting system (AUS)
- If the AUS gets an approve/eligible AUS Findings and the borrower can meet all conditions from the AUS, a pre-approval can be issued
If the findings come back refer/eligible per AUS and the loan officer is not confident about a full approval by an underwriter, the loan officer may submit the file to a Fully Underwritten TBD Mortgage Approval by a mortgage underwriter.
What Does A Fully Underwritten TBD Mortgage Approval Mean
A Fully Underwritten TBD Mortgage Approval means the file has been fully processed and a mortgage underwriter has underwritten the file.
- The mortgage underwriter has reviewed all docs, ordered the VOE, and has issued a conditional approval without a property
- A hypothetical TBD subject property was used to underwrite the file
Michael Gracz, the National Sales Manager of Gustan Cho Associates says the following about a Fully Underwritten TBD Mortgage Approval:
A Fully Underwritten TBD Mortgage Approval is an optional and additional step to obtaining a solid mortgage pre-approval letter, which credit, income, and assets are verified by an underwriter. This calls for a quicker process since credit and capacity are already determined based on a maximum mortgage payment. The TBD property mortgage approval is a way to have a rock-solid pre-approval where income, assets, and credit are reviewed by an underwriter rather than a Mortgage Loan Originator.
Mike Gracz further states:
The Fully Underwritten TBD Mortgage Approval takes a little longer than just going through the pre-approval process without an underwriter verifying documents. An experienced Mortgage Loan Originator usually will not dismiss a borrower that has been denied, but tell them what they need to work on in order to get pre-approved for a home.
Mortgage Process On TBD Mortgage Approval
As Michael Gracz mentioned, a Fully Underwritten TBD Mortgage Approval takes longer than a pre-approval issued by a loan officer.
- This is because, with a Fully Underwritten TBD Mortgage Approval, the loan is fully underwritten by a mortgage underwriter
- After the loan officer reviews docs, the loan is processed by a mortgage processor
- The file is then submitted to underwriting and a mortgage underwriter is assigned
- The complete 1003 (Uniform Residential Loan Application) is reviewed and the file is submitted to the Automated Underwriting System (AUS)
Once the loan is fully underwritten and approved by the mortgage underwriter, the underwriter will sign off on the conditional mortgage approval.
Qualifying For A Mortgage With A Direct Lender With No Lender Overlays
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