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How do mortgage brokers get paid?
Lenders pay us after connecting them to a borrower (unless the mortgage is non-qualified.) This is why it is always more advantageous for borrowers to use a third-party mortgage broker instead of working directly with a bank. We work for you, our client, not any one lender. We find the best mortgage available for you based on your needs.
Why Insured Mortgages Often Have Lower Rates
Mortgage default insurance is a safety net for lenders. It reduces the risk associated with lending large sums of money for home purchases, which is particularly high when the borrower has invested a smaller down payment. In the event of a default, the insurance policy covers the outstanding loan amount, ensuring that the lender does not suffer a financial loss.
What are mortgage instructions?
Mortgage instructions are detailed documents provided by the mortgage lender to the lawyer or notary handling the mortgage transaction. These instructions outline the specific terms, conditions, and requirements that must be satisfied for the mortgage funds to be released.
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