21 Day Fast Track TBD Loan Program at Nationwide Mortgage & Realty LLC
Nationwide Mortgage & Realty Fast Track TBD Loan Program has a 21 day fast tract mortgage program when most loan close in 21 days. Realtors love this program where borrowers do not need a subject property and a mortgage processor will process the mortgage file and submit the mortgage loan to the underwriting department to the mortgage underwriting division. A mortgage underwriter will be assigned to the mortgage file and will do a full underwrite the only thing that will be mission is the subject property and tile and appraisal for the property. Once the property is is submitted , the title and appraisal will be reviewed and a clear to close will be be approved and a clear to close will be issue. Most closings on the Fast Track TBD Loan Program will get a loan commitment will be get a clear to close in a less than than a week.
Same As A Cash To Close
Most borrowers, home sellers and real estate brokers do not realize is that the fast tract TBD Loan Program at Nationwide Mortgage & Realty LLC is similar as a cash to close. There is no pre-approval here. It is a full blown mortgage approval and the only condition that is missing will be the property, the title to the property, and the home appraisal to the subject property. Unless the home cannot pass a home appraisal or needs a FHA 203k Rehab Loan, the processor can order a rush appraisal once the borrower gets a home under contract and close the loan in 10 days or less with a TBD Loan Program underwrite. The Gustan Cho Team at Nationwide Mortgage & Realty LLC are experts in originating and funding the 21 Day Fast Track TBD Loan Program.
No Overlays At Nationwide Mortgage & Realty LLC
Over 75% of our borrowers are folks who could not qualify at other lenders or got a last minute loan denial due to their lender overlays. Overlays are additional mortgage guidelines that are above and beyond the guidelines of FHA, VA, USDA, Fannie Mae, and Freddie Mac. Here are examples of overlays:
- FHA does not require for collection accounts to be paid off to qualify for FHA Loans. However, lenders may require that borrowers pay off outstanding collection accounts in order to qualify for FHA Loans. This is called lender overlays on collection accounts.
- FHA does not require credit tradelines to qualify for FHA Loans. However, lenders may require three credit tradelines that has been seasoned for three years. This is called lender overlays on credit tradelines.
- FHA minimum credit score requirements is 580 FICO. Most lenders will require higher credit scores like 620 to 640. This is called lender overlays on credit scores.
- FHA allows up to 56.9% debt to income for borrowers with at least a 620 credit score. Most lenders will limit DTI Caps between 45% to 50% DTI. This is called overlays on debt to income ratios.
Benefits With TBD Loan Program
One of the greatest benefit with the 21 day fast track TBD Loan Program at The Gustan Cho Team at Nationwide Mortgage & Realty LLC is that a home buyer will have gone through the processing and underwriting process of the mortgage process and the only item missing is the property. The difference between a pre-approval and a TBD Loan Program underwrite is that with the TBD Loan Program, the borrower has gone through the whole mortgage process and with the pre-approval, the loan officer is the only one that has looked at the mortgage borrower. This is why most realtor’s and sellers love the home buyer who has been through the TBD Loan Program. With a TBD Loan Program approval, most home buyers can close their home loans in just over a week because all the lender needs to to approve and underwrite the property.
How To Get Approved With TBD Loan Program
If you are shopping for a home and want to get approved with a TBD Loan Program approval, contact us at The Gustan Cho Team at Nationwide Mortgage LLC at 262-878-1965 or text Gustan Cho on his cell at 262-716-8151 for faster response. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are available 7 days a week, evenings, weekends, and holidays.