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             June 6, 2011   

                                                         FAQs OUTLINE
                                             Loan Originator Compensation

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Questions and Answers analysis is now available:   


FAQs Outline - Loan Originator Compensation


Release Update: June 6, 2011

The FAQs cover virtually all areas of the new Rule regarding Loan Originator Compensation.

FAQs Outline

Loan Originator Compensation



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  • What federal government agency handles violations of the Rule?
  • In the Consumer Paid model, using a rate sheet how are fees disclosed on the GFE?
  • In the Lender Paid model, using a rate sheet how are fees disclosed on the GFE?
  • May Box 1 of the GFE be decreased on a Consumer Paid transaction at closing?
  • How are the fees in Block 2 of the GFE applied?
  • May the compensation be greater for government loans than conventional loans?
  • Is there a chart that highlights similarities and differences between the two models?
  • What are six pricing scenarios for brokers?
  • How is each of the six pricing scenarios for brokers disclosed on the GFE?
  • Is there a chart that outlines fees permitted by the Lender Paid and Consumer Paid models?
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