HUD's FAQs - If the Mortgage Broker Permits a Borrower to Lock in a Rate, but the Broker Does Not Lock That Rate with the Lender, What Tolerances Apply to the Lender for the Credit or Charge for the Rate Chosen and the Adjusted Origination Charge?

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Q: If the mortgage broker purports to permit a borrower to lock in a rate, but the mortgage broker does not lock that rate with the lender, what tolerances apply to the lender for the credit or charge for the interest rate chosen and the adjusted origination charge?

A: If the lender accepts the GFE issued by the mortgage broker, the lender is subject to the loan terms and settlement charges. Charges for the credit or credit for the interest rate chosen and the adjusted origination charge may not change (zero tolerance). Timely communication between the lender and the mortgage broker is essential to assure compliance.

This can be found in GFE-General – FAQ #17 of HUD’s FAQs.  HUD’s FAQs can be found at http://www.hud.gov/offices/hsg/rmra/res/respa_hm.cfm.

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