The following items are requested to submit the file for review:
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- Recorded copy of the Security Instrument (Deed of Trust, Mortgage, Contract for Deed)
- Signed copy of the Note
- Recorded copies of all intervening Assignments/ Warranty Deeds and Note Endorsements (if applicable)
- Credit Report on Borrowers (if available, but not required)
- Pay History
- Title Policy (If the security instrument is a Deed of Trust or Mortgage this could be in the form of either a Mortgagee'/ Lender's Policy from the original sale, or a new Commitment. If the Security Instrument is a Contract for Deed a new Commitment will be required)
- Borrower's information (mailing address, social security number, phone number)
- Property Address, legal description, and parcel number
- Appraisal (if available but not required)
- Proof of insurance (if property has a structure on-site)
- Settlement statement from the sale of the property
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A Coastal Conundrum
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April 01, 2014
Real Estate Agent, Account Exec Sentenced for Massive Mortgage Fraud
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