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10/13/2016

TRID Tolerance Rules Test and Answers

TRID TEST
What fees can change 
Tolerances
What constitutes a loan application?
  • Name
  • Income
  • Social Security Number
  • Property Address
  • Estimated Value of Property
  • Mortgage Loan Amount sought
Any amount in the charges that cannot change (zero variation) charged beyond the amount disclosed on the LE will be charged to the consumer.
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The appraisal fee is what percent tolerance item?
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What date does TRID become effective for applications?
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What does the Loan Estimate (LE) replace? (select all that apply):
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The consumer must receive the Closing Disclosure (CD) no later than 3 business days before consummation of the loan.
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Which of the following charges can change without any tolerance limit (select all that apply)?
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Applications taken prior to October 3, 2015 must continue to use TIL
Disclosure, GFE and HUD-1 settlement statement.
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The consumer has the right to request a revised Closing Disclosure (CD) one business day before consummation.
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Select the correct meaning for the acronym TRID.
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What is the consummation date?
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The Loan Estimate (LE) and the Closing Disclosure can be issued on the same day.
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•RED is Zero tolerance
Application Fee
Appraisal Waiver fee
Assumption Fee
Broker compensation
Commitment Fee
Doc Prep fee - for lender (note, mortgage)
Du Underwriting Fee
Escrow waiver fee
Lenders inspection Fee
Loan handling fee
Loan level price adjustments
Mortgage Broker Fee
Origination fee
Overnight, wire, courier
Paid by borrower
Points
Processing fee
Rate Lock Extension
Rate Lock Fee
Tax Transcript fee (4506T fee)
Underwriting Fee
Verification of Employment Fee
Warehouse Fee
Blue no tolerance fee
All other escrow deposits
Escrow deposit – homeowners ins
Escrow deposit – flood insurance
Escrow deposit – MIP/PMI
Escrow deposit – taxes

Blue no tolerance limit
Commission - Real Estate
Credit Life & Disability Insurance
Debt cancellation coverage
Debt suspension coverage
Homeowners Association and Condominium fees associated with transfer of ownership (optional)
Inspection fees not required by lender but paid for by borrower under real estate contract
Payments to Seller for purchasing personal property under RE sales contract
Title Insurance - Owner (optional)
Warranties for home appliances and systems (optional)
Appraisal Fee
Appraisal Management Company Fee
Attorney Fees –lender
Credit Report Fee
Flood Determination
Flood Monitoring Fee
Homeowners Association Certification fee
MERS Registration fee
Notary fees
RD guaranty fee
Subordination fee
Survey (required and selected by Lender)
Tax Monitoring Fee
Tax Status Research Fee
Termite inspection (lender selects)
Title - closing protection letter fee Upfront FHA MIP
Title Review fee
Transaction fee
USDA guarantee fee
VA Funding Fee
GREEN 10% Tolerance
Inspection Fee
Settlement or Closing Fee
Survey (Required by lender, borrower selects)
Termite inspection fee (borrower shops)
Title - underwriter portion of fee
Title Agents Portion of Title Insurance
Title Insurance – Lender
Title Search
Title services & Lenders title policy
Assignment Recording Fee
County deed stamps
Other recording fees
Revenue Stamps paid by Seller
Subordination Recording Fee
Earthquake Insurance (if required)
Earthquake Insurance (optional)
Flood Insurance
Homeowners Insurance
Interest – prepaid
LPMI (Lender Paid Mortgage Insurance)
Mortgage Insurance Premium (Paid at closing)
Real Estate Taxes

Tax Transfer Fee

One final type of fee subject to zero tolerance is transfer taxes. In general, transfer taxes are State and local government fees on mortgages that are based on the loan amount or sales price. Note that the name used under State or local law to refer to these amounts is not indicative of whether they are disclosed as transfer taxes or as recording fees and other taxes. With respect to transfer taxes, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has commented that those schedules are readily accessible and amounts don’t often fluctuate. Therefore, it is believed that creditors should be able to disclose transfer taxes accurately and not need any tolerance cushion.