1 Section 1.16a Resale/Deed Restrictions Guidelines In This Section This section contains the following topics: Overview... 2 Introduction... 2 Related Bulletins... 2 General... 2 Identification and Eligibility of Deed Restrictions... 3 General... 3 Affordable Housing... 4 Other Types of Deed Restrictions... 5 General... 5 Recapture Fee (aka Shared Equity or Shared Appreciation)... 5 Resale Fee... 6 Age Restriction... 6 Purchase Option or Right of First Offer (Right of First Refusal)... 7 Principal Occupancy... 8 Third Party Notification and Right to cure... 8 Community Land Trust Ground Lease... 8 Program Guidelines... 9 Conventional Agency Loan Program Guidelines... 9 Conventional Non-Agency Loan Program Guidelines... 9 FHA Loan Program VA Loan Program Appraisal Requirements Appraisal Guidelines Loan Submission and Underwriting General Closing and Loan Settlement Documentation General Title Binder Resale/Deed Restriction Guidelines Page 1 of 14
2 Overview Introduction A deed restriction is a rule affecting the future transferability of real property. A deed restriction is a form of a covenant affecting the property; meaning, they are contained in documents recorded in the appropriate land records, and will generally run with the land so as to bind all future owners of such property. There are a variety of different deed restrictions that can be attached to a property, and commonly exist for purposes such as: providing affordable housing, limiting the pool of potential occupants (age, income, or occupancy type, etc.), or ensuring that the governing entity maintains control of the resale process. Those deed restrictions specifically addressed in this document that reflect Acceptable are the only deed restrictions permitted by SunTrust Mortgage. Acceptable deed restrictions must not impair the lender s ability to take interim title in the event of foreclosure or deed-in-lieu of foreclosure, or violate any Fair Lending or privacy laws. The guidelines outlined in this document apply to all SunTrust non-agency loan programs. For Agency loan programs guidance, see the Properties with Resale Restrictions topic outlined in Section 2.01 Agency Loan Programs of the. Related Bulletins General Related bulletins are provided below in PDF format. To view the list of published bulletins, select the applicable year below Resale/Deed Restriction Guidelines Page 2 of 14
3 Identification and Eligibility of Deed Restrictions General The effective language creating a deed restriction exists in recorded documents, such as a Deed, or a Declaration of Covenants (sometimes referred to as a CCR ( Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions ), ECR ( Easements, Conditions and Restrictions ) or similar document). Any recorded document should be specifically referenced in the Title Commitment, in Schedule B Section II. The restrictive covenants may be referenced in the deed, but most likely will not be fully described in this document. References to deed restrictions may be found in non-recorded documents such as an appraisal or a municipality s affordable dwelling unit program guidelines. While these are useful in identifying recorded deed restrictions, non-recorded versions are not sufficient for purposes of SunTrust s guidelines. The title company must provide affirmative coverage that any present or future violation of the restrictive covenants and conditions will not result in forfeiture or reversion of title. This is typically provided in an ALTA 9 Endorsement or its equivalent. Reference: See the Closing Documentation topic subsequently provided in this document for additional guidance on title policy endorsement. The deed restriction must not impair or otherwise restrict SunTrust s legal rights, in the event of a default (or cure thereof), foreclosure, deed-in-lieu of foreclosure or any other default measure. The declarations must not contain any provisions that would require the first mortgage holder to send a notice of default or foreclosure to any third party including the zoning authority or local jurisdiction (aka right to cure which is deemed a violation of federal privacy laws); Resale/Deed Restriction Guidelines Page 3 of 14
4 Identification and Eligibility of Deed Restrictions, Continued Affordable Housing Affordable Dwelling Units (ADU) or Moderately Priced Dwelling Units (MPDU) are properties where a deed restriction is imposed as a means of providing affordable housing. These restrictions may involve controls either on the sale price or controls on the borrower s income and MUST only affect the property for a set period of time. Examples of language: These units are reserved as affordable home ownership units in accordance with the income limits set forth such that the eligible purchaser s household income is 80% of the Area Median Income ( AMI ) as determined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development ( HUD ) ; or During the control period, units must not be sold or the mortgage or deed of trust note refinanced for an amount in excess of the maximum sales price established in accordance with the County Code. The resale price calculation for the units will be made in accordance with the change in the cost of living as measured by the Consumer Price Index for this MSA as published by the U.S Department of Labor. ADUs are acceptable when they meet program-specific first mortgage guidelines subsequently presented in this document, and all of the following requirements: The source of the restrictive covenant is available in the public land records; The restrictive covenant is administered by an authorized governmental entity with procedures for screening and processing applicants; Restricted units must have effective resale controls for a fixed period of time; The declarations MUST NOT contain any provisions that would require the first mortgage holder to send a notice of default or foreclosure to any third party including the zoning authority or local jurisdiction (aka right to cure which is deemed a violation of federal privacy laws); and The terms of any deed restrictions provide that the lender (its successors and/or assigns) is exempt from any binding effect in the event the lender takes interim title by foreclosure, deed-in-lieu of foreclosure, or other default measure. The number or percentage of restricted units in the subdivision or project must not exceed 30% of the total number of units. Properties located in a Condominium project, the presale requirements are applied separately to the restricted units and the non restricted units. Note: If the subject property is located in a PUD or community which offers affordable dwelling units, but documentation indicates that is it not an affordable dwelling unit (i.e., is not bound by the ADU restrictions), then the above guidelines do not apply. Resale/Deed Restriction Guidelines Page 4 of 14
5 Other Types of Deed Restrictions General In some cases, there may be more than one deed restriction found in the recorded documents; that is, if the property is an ADU, there may also be other deed restrictions in place. ALL deed restrictions present must be acceptable in order to be eligible for closing. Examples of other common deed restrictions include, but are not limited to, these outlined in this topic. Recapture Fee (aka Shared Equity or Shared Appreciation) Recapture Fee (aka share equity or shared appreciation) provides for a municipality or locality to collect a one-time fee from the owner in order to continue providing affordable housing in the community. Example of language: For the first sale of the unit after the expiration of the resale control period, the owner must make a payment to the Authority in the amount of fifty percent (50%) of the net sales proceeds. Acceptable when it meets program-specific first mortgage guidelines subsequently presented in this document and affects only a percentage of the net proceeds. Recapture fees are acceptable only when it affects a percentage of the net proceeds and calculated as a percentage of the net proceeds from the sale of the property. They are not acceptable when the recapture fees are a percentage of the entire sales price. Resale/Deed Restriction Guidelines Page 5 of 14
6 Other Types of Deed Restrictions, Continued Resale Fee Resale Fee (aka private transfer fee or capital recovery fee) provides that the developer or builder will continue to collect a percentage of the sales price each time the property ownership changes hands, effective for a specified period of time. Example of language: In accordance with the Community Covenant, and unless exempt under the Community Covenant, a Community Enhancement Fee shall be charged to the owner upon the owner s resale of the property and to future sellers on each subsequent resale of the property. The Community Enhancement Fee shall not exceed 1% of the gross selling price (as defined in the Community Covenant) of the property. The transfer of title to the property pursuant to this agreement is not subject to payment of the Community Enhancement Fee Not Acceptable SunTrust will not permit these types of private, third party fees. Note: This does not include transfer fees collected by a community associated, such as an HOA, Condominium Association or PUD, as long as the proceeds are to benefit the unit owners, collectively. However, any lender taking title in the event of borrower default must be exempt from these transfer fees. Age Restriction An Age Restricted Community is an age-related restriction imposed by a builder, developer, homeowner s association, or an authorized government entity. Example of Language: The units are intended for the housing of persons 55 years of age and older and are intended to be consistent with and are set forth in order to comply with the Fair Housing Act. Acceptable when it meets program-specific first mortgage guidelines subsequently presented in this document and this type of development or condominium project is common and typical for the market area (as noted on the appraisal). Resale/Deed Restriction Guidelines Page 6 of 14
7 Other Types of Deed Restrictions, Continued Purchase Option or Right of First Offer (Right of First Refusal) Purchase Option or Right of First Offer (Right of First Refusal) requires that the owner must offer any transfer of title exclusively through the governing locality or housing agency, or other third party, including the prior transfer or HOA. Example of language: No unit owner may convey, sell, lease, give, encumber, or transfer title to a unit owner by him, except as otherwise herein provided, without the approval of the Board of Directors of the Association. The Association reserves the right of first refusal on any such proposed sale, transfer, or encumbrance and shall be given thirty (30) days written notice in which to make its election Acceptable when it meets program-specific first mortgage guidelines subsequently presented in this document, and the terms of the restriction provide that the lender (its successors and/or assigns) is exempt from any binding effect in the event the lender takes interim title by foreclosure, deed-inlieu of foreclosure, or other default measure. The holder of the right of first refusal (jurisdiction or governing authority) must exercise its rights to purchase the property within ninety-(90) days of the notification of the intent to sell. Resale/Deed Restriction Guidelines Page 7 of 14
8 Other Types of Deed Restrictions, Continued Principal Occupancy Principal Occupancy provides that any owner/transferee must occupy the property as their principal residence and must not rent, lease or permit exclusive occupancy to any other party. Example of language: During the control period, the owner must occupy the home. The unit may not be rented out. Acceptable when it meets program-specific first mortgage guidelines subsequently presented in this document, and the terms of the restriction provide that the lender (its successors and/or assigns) is exempt from any binding effect in the event the lender takes interim title by foreclosure, deed-in-lieu of foreclosure, or other default measure. Third Party Notification and Right to cure This deed restriction involves a requirement for the lender to provide notification to the governing authority of any delinquency or default. Example of language: During the control period, all lenders or other parties who have or may seek to place a lien on any of the units shall provide to the County, or their successors, written notice of any delinquency or default under any mortgage, deed of trust, or other instrument or agreement that may permit a lien to be filed against any of the units, and shall offer the County at least sixty (60) days in which to cure any such delinquency or default ( Right to Cure ) Not acceptable this restriction violates privacy laws. Community Land Trust Ground Lease The ground lease includes provisions that require the continued use of the property for low-income and moderate income housing. These are a form of shared equity or shared appreciation. Restrictive language is similar to an Affordable or Moderately Priced dwelling, by restricting the sales price or the borrower s income. Not Acceptable SunTrust Mortgage does not permit Community Land Trust properties. Resale/Deed Restriction Guidelines Page 8 of 14
9 Program Guidelines Conventional Agency Loan Program Guidelines Reference: See the Properties with Resale Restrictions topic outlined in Section 2.01 Agency Loan Programs of the for guidelines. Conventional Non-Agency Loan Program Guidelines The following guidelines apply to all SunTrust conventional Non-Agency loan programs. These guidelines are in addition to any specific conventional loan program guidelines located under the Products tab in the Correspondent Seller Guide and apply to any property subject to deed restrictions: Primary residence Second homes 1-2 units only (includes Condominiums and PUDs) Fixed rate and ARMs (5/1, 7/1, or 10/1) Ineligible properties: Investment Properties 3-4 units Properties that are group homes or that are principally used to serve disabled residents Documentation in the loan file must indicate that the borrower and appraiser are aware that the property is subject to deed restrictions, such as the sales contract and appraisal. Resale/Deed Restriction Guidelines Page 9 of 14
10 Program Guidelines, Continued FHA Loan Program The following guidelines apply to traditionally underwritten and AUS processed loans. Properties subject to affordable housing deed restrictions are acceptable as long as all of the following criteria are met: The restrictions are part of a governmental or non-profit program; Any sales price restrictions are allowed only to the extent necessary to ensure the property is preserved as low or moderate income housing; Option to purchase or rights of first refusal shall only be held by a governmental body or eligible non-profit organization, or another individual or organization approved by the Secretary of the Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and shall be exercised within a reasonable time after the event permitting exercise of the rights occurs; and Deed restrictions must automatically terminate if title to the mortgage property is transferred by foreclosure, deed-in-lieu of foreclosure or if the mortgage is assigned to the Secretary of HUD; Example of termination language: In the event that the lender acquires title by virtue of a deed-in-lieu of foreclosure or a foreclosure sale, the restrictions contained in the Covenants will be automatically terminated. Deed restrictions may extend beyond the term of the mortgage, subject to the above termination language; Properties subject to age restrictive convenants are acceptable as long as the following criteria are met: Deed restrictions may impose protective covenants which prohibit or restrict occupancy by, or transfer to persons who are not elderly (age restriction); and, Restrictions on age must not have an undue effect on marketability and must be consistent with the Fair Housing Act and all other applicable nondiscrimination laws. Note: Any other deed restrictions are not eligible for FHA financing. In addition, a loan is not eligible for FHA financing if: the property has a third party transfer fee recorded in the deed; the property is subject to any legal restrictions on conveyances, except as outlined above. Resale/Deed Restriction Guidelines Page 10 of 14
11 Program Guidelines, Continued VA Loan Program The guidelines outlined in this subtopic apply to traditionally underwritten and AUS processed loans. The following are eligible for VA financing: The restriction limits the sales price or income to provide affordable housing; or The restriction limits the sale or occupancy of the dwelling to persons based on age. Note: An age restriction is not acceptable when it requires sale in lieu of leasing or renting in cases when the owner-occupant becomes the legal guardian or custodian of a minor child who must reside with the owneroccupant or when persons younger than the specified age inherit the property. Deed restrictions must not impair or otherwise restrict SunTrust s legal rights to cure a default, in the event of foreclosure, deed-in-lieu or any other default measure. Veteran must be fully informed and must consent in writing to the deed restrictions; and A copy of the veteran s consent statement must be included in the loan file. Any other deed restrictions are not eligible for VA financing. Resale/Deed Restriction Guidelines Page 11 of 14
12 Appraisal Requirements Appraisal Guidelines A full appraisal is required on properties subject to affordable dwelling or Moderately Priced Dwelling covenants. The appraiser must note on the appraisal report the existence of the deed restrictions and comment on any impact the deed restrictions have on the property s value and marketability. The appraisal report must include at least three comparables with similar deed restrictions, including similar percentage of restricted properties within the project or subdivision. For properties in PUDs or Condominium projects, two of the comparables must be independent of control of the subject property s developer IF the deed restrictions terminate or cease to exist automatically at the time the lender takes title under foreclosure or upon recordation of a deedin-lieu of foreclosure, THEN appraisal must reflect: The market value of the property without consideration for the deed restrictions. The following must be included in the appraisal report: This appraisal is made on the basis of a hypothetical condition that the property rights being appraised are without resale and other restrictions that are terminated automatically upon the latter of foreclosure or the expiration of any applicable redemption period or upon recordation of a deed-in-lieu of foreclosure. IF the deed restrictions survive foreclosure or deed-in-lieu of foreclosure (meaning the restrictions will continue after foreclosure to the next owner), THEN appraisal must reflect: The impact that the deed restrictions have on value and be supported by comparables with similar deed restrictions. LTV must be calculated using the lesser of the sale price or appraised value with the deed restrictions. For non-agency and government loan transactions only, properties that are not subject to deed restrictions (non-restricted properties), but are located in projects or communities with properties that are subject to deed restrictions, the presale requirements must be met separately for both non-restricted units and restricted units. Resale/Deed Restriction Guidelines Page 12 of 14
13 Loan Submission and Underwriting General Follow the guidelines noted in the Underwriting section of the Correspondent Seller Guide for loans submitted to SunTrust Mortgage and for loans underwritten by approved Delegated lenders. Reference: See Section 1.05: Underwriting in the for additional information on underwriting. Closing and Loan Settlement Documentation General In order to close a loan with a deed restriction, the recorded document creating the restriction must: Meet the SunTrust requirements set forth in this document or contain lender exemption language with respect to each restriction; Examples of this lender exemption language: The provisions of this paragraph relating to the restriction(s) shall not apply to any insurance company, bank, federal savings and loan association, corporate mortgage or real estate investment trust, or their successors or assigns, in the event of a sale to such mortgagees, or sales by such mortgagees after acquiring title by virtue of a deed in lieu of foreclosure or a foreclosure sale ; or The provisions of this paragraph shall not apply to any lender, their successors or assigns, in the event that the lender acquires title by virtue of a deed-in-lieu of foreclosure or a foreclosure sale Meet applicable loan program guidelines; and Be appropriately addressed in title insurance. The Correspondent lender must: Review the loan documents to determine whether deed restrictions are involved. This includes any of following documents: the purchase contract, the appraisal, the master deed, or the condominium Declarations (Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions) or By-Laws. A full appraisal is required. Review the title commitment for any Schedule B -Section II Exceptions that may reference deed books/pages where covenants, conditions, and restrictions may be recorded. Resale/Deed Restriction Guidelines Page 13 of 14
14 Closing and Loan Settlement Documentation, Continued General, (continued) For these minor impediments to title, an endorsement to the title policy (typically ALTA 9) must be included to ensure that a violation of the restrictions will not result in a forfeiture or reversion of title, a lien for any kind for damages, or have an adverse effect on the fair market value of the property. If the deed restrictions do not meet the SunTrust guidelines as presented in this document, the loan is not eligible for purchase by SunTrust Mortgage. Title Binder The following is NOT intended to replace the more comprehensive General Section 1.16: Title Insurance located in the : The Correspondent lender must include the commitment for Title Insurance and all applicable endorsements in the closed loan package delivered to SunTrust. The Correspondent lender must review the title commitment to ensure the following guidelines are met: To the extent that any deed restrictions affect the property, they must: Be specifically noted as exceptions in the Commitment, Schedule B- Part II; and Be affirmatively insured by the Title Policy (ALTA 9 Endorsement). Schedule B Part II of the Commitment must make specific reference to any deed restrictions by listing them as exceptions. It is not acceptable for the title commitment to merely state that an exception exists for anything previously recorded (for example: Covenants, conditions and restrictions, if any, that appear among the public records. ) Instead, the documents containing such restrictions must be listed by Deed Book and Page Number, or Instrument Number (depending on the jurisdiction s recordkeeping system) with a notation that this recorded document contains such restrictions. When deed restrictions are present, they must be insured over by the final Title Policy. The Title Policy must insure that any present or future violation of these restrictive covenants and conditions will not result in a forfeiture or reversion of title or a lien of any kind for damages, or have an adverse effect on the fair market value of the property. This is usually provided in an Alta 9.1 Endorsement or its equivalent. If the Commitment does not include copies of the Endorsements that will be attached to the final Title Policy, the Correspondent lender should ask the title agent to provide copies of the form of endorsements that will be attached to the final Title Policy. Resale/Deed Restriction Guidelines Page 14 of 14
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