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You’ve found the Royal Oak Michigan home for sale you want to buy, and now you’re ready to finalize your mortgage. But the multitude of closing costs associated with the mortgage is confusing. To help you navigate the mortgage world, here are descriptions of many of the charges you may incur when obtaining a mortgage to purchase your home:
Origination or application fees: These are to process the mortgage application.
Credit report: Most lenders require a credit report on you and your spouse or equity partner.
Points: A point is equal to 1% of the amount of the loan.
Lender’s attorney fees: Lenders may have their attorneys draw up documents, check that the title is clear and represent them at closing.
Document preparation fees: This covers the cost of creating all that paperwork you are signing.
Preparation of amortization schedule: Some lenders will prepare this for fixed rate mortgages.
Appraisals: Lenders need to make sure the property is worth the amount of the mortgage.
Lender’s mortgage insurance: This covers the loan amount if you default on the loan. The lender gets their money back.
Lender’s title insurance: This covers any title issues or problems that come up after the paperwork is signed and covers the lender.
Inspections required by lender: For FHA or VA loans, the lender requires a termite inspection.
Prepaid interest: The interest starts as soon as you purchase the Royal Oak Michigan home for sale, however your first payment is not due for approximately six to eight weeks. This covers the interest up to your first payment.
Inspections: This covers any inspections required as part of the contract.
Appraisal fees: This covers your fees if you hire an independent appraiser.
If you have questions about mortgage fees, buying one of the Royal Oak Michigan homes for sale or the real estate market, please call me at 248-514-2640 and let’s talk.
Disclaimer: ActiveRain Corp. does not necessarily endorse the real estate agents, loan officers and brokers listed on this site. These real estate profiles, blogs and blog entries are provided here as a courtesy to our visitors to help them make an informed decision when buying or selling a house. ActiveRain Corp. takes no responsibility for the content in these profiles, that are written by the members of this community.