I illustrated this in a follow-up letter I wrote to CFPB: The costs of originating a loan are not limited to the cost of loan officers, but also include underwriters and secondary market staff as well as building, equipment, technology services and other overhead costs that my company charges through origination fees
that vary based on the amounts of borrowers' loans.
Compute the cumulative cost savings by adding up the cash inflows from the monthly payment savings, the difference of the unpaid principal balance between the two financing alternatives, and the initial cash outflows from paying loan origination fees
GoLoan, the online mortgage services company designed to allow residential real estate brokers and their sales representatives to reap loan origination fees
in addition to their normal sales commissions, reported an 82% increase in the number of brokers signing up for its services over the same two-month period in 2001.
The lender, a Brooklyn-based savings bank, waived the origination fee
The origination fees
on the $100 million in loans are now $1 million and the servicing fee of 100 basis points on the portion sold to other credit unions is $900,000.
The trend toward higher origination fees
on mortgages has been ongoing since the second quarter of 2007.
The Uniform Settlement, prescribed under the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act of 1974, clearly designates the amounts in question as points incurred in connection with the indebtedness by labeling them loan origination fees
, loan discount, discount points or points.
76 million, while origination fees
were essentially flat at $247,000.
The seminars will cover the important elements of understanding reverse mortgages, including changes passed last year by Congress that increase the maximum loan amount and the cap origination fees
It also cuts subsidies for student loan lenders and hikes student loan origination fees
in the near term, before cutting rates over the long term.