1 VA Home Loan Program Wholesale Lending November, 2009
2 The VA Loan Guaranty program is a benefit Throughout the history of our country, it has been a priority of the government and the citizens to support those who protect and defend us as part of our military All veterans who served a required length of service, and an acceptable character of service can receive it The benefit of the veteran is the underlying principle The VA may only guarantee a loan when it is possible to determine if the veteran Has sufficient VA entitlement available Is a satisfactory credit risk AND Has present and anticipated income sufficient for repayment of the mortgage and other living expenses
3 No Down Payment, 100% financing up to $417,000 No monthly mortgage insurance premiums Leniency on credit and employment history No reserve requirements (1 unit only) Automated underwriting and traditional underwriting using residual income and debt to income ratios Seller can pay off debt for borrower 100% gift funds allowed 2 years on Chapter 7 BK discharge 1 year on Chapter 13 BK pay out
4 30 year Fixed Rate 15 year Fixed Rate Temporary buydowns not allowed Regular and High Balance Purchase and Cash Out Refinance IRRRL is not available at this time
5 A veteran is eligible for VA home loan benefits if served in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Reserves of National Guard and was discharged under conditions other than dishonorable The minimum duty service required during wartime periods is 90 day of active duty The minimum service required for peacetime periods is 181 days of continuous active duty The minimum service required for members of the Reserves and/or National Guard is 6 years Veterans who served less than the minimum required period may be eligible if discharged because of service-related disabilities An unmarried surviving spouse of a deceased Veteran who died while in service or service-connected issues
6 Only the spouse of Veteran is eligible to co-borrow with the Veteran on a VA home loan. No other person may co-borrow, i.e. brother, sister, parent, aunt, uncle, significant other, etc Non-Purchasing spouse is acceptable with a current credit report and count ongoing debt (Collections not included) Non Occupant co-borrowers are not allowed A Certificate of Eligibility must be ordered immediately, or obtained directly from the veteran. This will determine if your veteran/borrower is eligible for a VA loan. More on this later. For more details go to VA s website on General Eligibility Requirements
7 Veterans purchasing a primary residence, must certify that they intend to live in the home If the buyer is on active duty, a spouse may certify occupancy. Single or married service members deployed from their permanent duty station are considered to be in a temporary-duty status and are able to certify intent to occupy, there is no need to have a spouse certify occupancy
8 All Purchase and regular refinance loans require Termite Report and Clearance. SFR, Condo, PUD, 2-4 units ($417,000 max) Condos must be acceptable to VA, check VA s site: Manufactured homes not allowed Properties re-sold within 90 days of seller s acquisition are ineligible, unless owned by government agency or federally chartered bank
9 On October 10, 2008, the President signed the Veteran s Benefits Improvement Act of 2008 The maximum guaranty amount varies upon the location of the property For all areas in the US, except Hawaii and Alaska, the maximum guaranty amount is the greater of 25% of (a) $417,000 or (b) 125% of the area median FHLMC loan limit for a SFR in the county in which the property exists Hawaii and Alaska the maximum guaranty is the greater of 25% of (a) $625,500 or (b) 125% of the area median FHLMC loan limit for a SFR in the county in which the property exists In ANY case, the MAXIMUM loan amount at Pinnacle Capital Mortgage is $650,000
10 May be used to pay off any type of lien Free and clear properties are ineligible Maximum LTV is 90% Proceeds may be used to pay fees, charges and discount points Total of following items cannot exceed 90% of Value (NOV) Payoff of liens Fees and charges, other than VA funding fee Reasonable discount points Cash to veteran Maximum Cash Out Loan up to $417,000 - unlimited Loan over $417,000 - $325,000 VA IRRRL are not Available Note: Effective 01/01/03 VA requires that purchase loans in Fallon, Nevada and serviced by the City of Fallon Municipal Water System include a veteran-signed Purchaser Acknowledgement and Release form.
11 Criteria Maximum LTV/CLTV Property Type Loan Amounts <$417,000* Purchase: 100/100% Refinance: 90/90% *All counties, HI and AK is $625,500 SFR, PUD s Approved Condos 2-4 Units Loan Amounts from $417,001 to $650,000* (including funding fee) Purchase: 100/100% Refinance: 90/90% *county limits apply up to $650,000 SFR, PUD s VA Approved Condos Credit Score Documentation AUS conditions allowed Full Doc regardless of AUS conditions for income and asset documentation Reserves No minimum 6 months PITI Gift Funds Allowed Not Allowed Max Cash-Out No Maximum $325,000
12 The VA guaranty or a combination of the VA guaranty plus the borrower s down payment and/or equity, must be equal to at least 25% of the subject property s estimated reasonable value as documented in the notice of value (NOV); the maximum guaranty on a VA loan is the lesser of the veteran s available entitlement or the maximum potential guaranty amount indicated below Loan Amount Loan Type Maximum Potential Guaranty Up to $45,000 All 50% of loan amount $45,001 - $56,250 All $22,500 $56,251 - $144,000 All 40% of the loan amount with a maximum of $36,000 $144,001 - $417,000 $417,001 - $650,000* *PCM Maximum Loan Purchase and refinance Purchase and refinance 25% of the loan amount with maximum $104,250 ($156,375 in AK and HI) 25% of the greater of: (a) $417,000 OR (b) 125% of the area median price for a SFR not to exceed 175% of the GSE limit to maximum of $650,000
13 Veteran has used $48,000 of entitlement on a prior loan, which may not be restored, and is purchasing a home for $425,000, county limit is $650,000 (Ventura) $650,000 x 25% = $162,500 Maximum Guaranty $162,500- $48,000 = $114,500 Entitlement Available $114,500 x 4 = $458,000 Maximum Loan Amount with 25% Guaranty Since the proposed loan amount will be less than the $458,000, the lender will receive 25% VA Guaranty on the loan of $425,000 and a down payment will not be required
14 VA has approved FNMA s DO/DU and FHLMCs LP as automated underwriting systems. These systems incorporate VA s credit standards. Run requests directly on FNMA or FHLMC engines. SPM s Automated Underwriting System will NOT accommodate a VA underwriting request. A finding of Approve/Eligible or Accept, can reduce the amount of documentation requirements, and underwriting time of a loan file Absence of the above positive findings does not provide a basis for denying a loan application.
15 Residual income is calculated, with a set guide for varying family sizes, according to regions across the country. An obvious inadequate residual amount alone can be a basis of a decline Maintenance and utilities cost is 0.14 per square foot DTI - 41% - secondary to the residual income calculation May exceed ratio with DU with Approve/Eligible or LP Accept When the DTI is > 41%, but the residual income is 20% stated guide, an approval is generally justified. Non-Taxable Income may be grossed up by 25%
16 You must be a registered user of VA s VIP online system in order to request appraisals (TAS) and Certificates of Eligibility (ACE) What Do I Need In Order To Register? VA Lender ID number this is issued to your company by VA which is a 10 or 11 digit number. However, the system will only use the first 10 digits (the 11th digit is not utilized). PIN Number (last 4 digits of the 10 digit VA ID ) User s social security number User s name User s address How Do I Register? Go to https://vip.vba.va.gov Click on the word Register on the left side of the web page, On the next screen select the option Click here to Register Complete information that is requested. All items with a * are required
17 There are actually 4 types of COE s Regular/Full-Time/Active Duty Green Reservist/National Guard - Gold Annotated for Unmarried Surviving Spouse - Green ACE (Automated Certificate of Eligibility) Certificates are computer generated
18 If Veteran does not have a COE, one can be obtained through the mail, or online through the Automated Certificate of Eligibility system. (ACE) To Apply VA Form , Request for Certificate of Eligibility Proof of Service Restoration Documents as applicable (Hud-1, Deed of Release and Reconveyance Proof of Service DD214 (must show character of Service Member 4 copy) Statement of Service for Active Duty (must include name, SS#, DOB, date of entry, any time lost) NGB-22 (Army/Air National Guard) CG-4175 (Coast Guard Reserve) Chronological Statement of Retired Points Summary (Reserves/Guard) To order through the mail, send the completed , with proof of military service papers directly to VA: VA Loan Eligibility Center For overnight delivery: PO Box VA Loan Eligibility Center Winston-Salem, NC North Main Street Winston-Salem, NC 27155
19 To order the COE online, log on to VA s VIP site, https://vip.vba.va.gov and select weblgy. This takes you to VA s ACE (Automated Certificate of Eligibility) system. Choose Eligibility from the top dark gray bar, and scroll down to Automated Certificate of Eligibility Complete the information in the screen and click Submit Result will be a successful COE or a reference number. If you receive a reference number then you must submit an Electronic Application or mail your request to the VA Eligibility Center. You may also upload any documents necessary, to complete request.
20 ACE cannot make all determinations. Some types of cases that cannot be processed through ACE include: Persons whose service was or is in the Reserves/National Guard Persons who may have had prior VA loan(s) that went to foreclosure Persons who did not serve the min. required length of service and were not discharged for an authorized exception. Persons who were discharged under conditions other than honorable Persons seeking restoration of previously used entitlement Unmarried surviving spouses
21 A COE does not expire. It can be reused again and again, if it is properly restored. If a Veteran holds a valid COE, you can assume she/he has appropriate length and character of service. Sometimes, the COE is annotated for individuals currently serving in active duty. Lenders require at least 25% of the loan to be guaranteed by VA. The current maximum amount of entitlement available to each eligible veteran is $36,000. For Purchases, VA increases the amount of guaranty to 25% of the current FHLMC conforming limits. For our purposes, the guaranty will be $104,250, which is 25% of $417,000. It is possible for the Certificate of Eligibility to show an amount that is less than $36,000. In these cases, refer to the VA Lenders Handbook, chapter 2, for more details on this issue.
22 The Funding Fee is a charge that most Veterans pay to use the VA Loan Guaranty Program The Funding Fee is calculated on the full loan amount The following Veterans are exempt from paying the fee Veterans receiving VA compensation for service-connected disabilities Veterans who would be entitled to receive compensation for serviceconnected disabilities if they did not receive retirement pay. Surviving spouses of Veterans who died in service or from serviceconnected disabilities. The VA Funding Fee may be financed On loan amounts exceeding $417,000, the fee can only be financed if the loan amount + funding fee are less than the maximum loan amount for the county (high balance).
23 Type of Veteran Down Payment % 1st Time Use % 2 nd + use Purchase Loans Regular Military None 2.15% 3.3% (codes on ACE generated COE, 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9 or 10) 5% to 10% 10% or more 1.50% 1.25% 1.50% 1.25% Reserves/National Guard (6 Years of service, Code 11) None 5% to10% 10% or more 2.4% 1.75% 1.5% 3.3% 1.75% 1.5% Cash-Out Refinance Loans Regular Military N/A 2.15% 3.3% Reserves/National Guard N/A 2.4% 3.3% Interest Rate Reduction Refinance (Not available at this time) 0.5%
24 Verify exempt status by obtaining one of the following: A properly completed and signed VA Form , Verification of VA Benefits, sent to and processed by VA An award letter issued within 1 year of the date of the loan application indicating Veteran is entitled to receipt of VA disability compensation For a Veteran who elected service retirement pay instead of VA compensation, a copy of the original VA notification of disability rating and documentation of the veteran s service retirement income or Indications on the Certificate of Eligibility that the borrower is entitled as an unmarried surviving spouse.
25 This form should be completed on every VA loan, at origination Ask the veteran and applicable co-borrowers if he or she: 1. Is receiving VA disability benefits 2. Would be entitled to receive VA disability, but receives retired pay 3. Has received VA disability benefits in the past, or 4. Is a surviving spouse of a veteran who died on active duty or as a result of a service-connected disability. If the answer is yes to one of the above questions, submit the form to: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Phoenix Regional Loan Center 3333 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85012
26 CAIVRS (Credit Alert Interactive Voice Response System) is a HUDmaintained system to determine if the borrower has defaulted on any federally-assisted loans. A CAIVRS inquiry must be performed on all borrowers HUD offers online access for CAIVRS to current FHA lenders, and to VA lenders with registration. https://vip.vba.va.gov (Veterans Information Portal) CAIVRS is also available via telephone, with FHA lender ID, or VA Lender ID, (instructions will be provided). Consider any obligations appearing in CAIVRS when qualifying Any delinquent or default disqualifies the borrower from obtaining the loan, unless brought current or to satisfactory status with the Federal agency
27 VA Assigns the case number and appraiser for each VA home loan, through TAS The Appraisal System You must be a registered user of the VA s VIP system (register with YOUR assigned Lender VA ID number) Log in to https://vip.vba.va.gov, then select TAS, then Requester/Assignments/Single Property and select Appraisal Type as LAP Lender Appraisal Processing Program Case (Enter sponsor ID number in item 1.E, PCM Sponsor ID number is Click Submit and follow instructions on screen TAS will assign a case number and an appraiser A completed VA Form VA Request for Determination of Reasonable Value will be generated Immediately , fax or mail the TAS-generated VA Form , along with a copy of the purchase contract/addendums to the appraiser
28 If the sales contract was signed by the veteran prior to the receipt of the Notice of Value (NOV), the contract must include, or be amended to include the following clause: It is expressly agreed that, notwithstanding any other provisions of this contract, the purchaser shall not incur any penalty by forfeiture of earnest money or otherwise or be obligated to complete the purchase of the property described herein, if the contract purchase price or cost exceeds the reasonable value of the property established by the Department of Veterans Affairs. The purchaser shall, however, have the privilege and option of proceeding with the consummation of this contract without regard to the amount of the reasonable value established by the Department of Veterans Affairs. (Authority: 38 U.S.C. 501, 3703(c)(1))
29 The 4% Limit The seller can contribute up to 4% concessions on a VA loan, plus the buyer s normal closing costs. The buyer s normal closing costs include fees such as the 1% origination and reasonable* discount points. Example: If the market dictates an interest rate of 5 percent with 2 discount points, the seller s payment of the 2 points would not be a seller concession. If the seller paid 5 points, 3 of these points would be considered a seller concession. For the list of buyer s normal closing costs, see the Allowable Closing Cost section. For all of the details from VA, log on to then select, The Lenders Handbook, then select Chapter 8.
30 Seller concessions include, but not limited to the following: Payment of the buyer s VA funding fee Prepayment of the buyer s property taxes and insurance Gifts such as a television set or microwave oven Payment of extra points to provide permanent interest rate buydowns Provision of escrowed funds to provide temporary interest rate buydowns, Payoff of credit balances or judgments on behalf of the buyer. Seller concessions do NOT include Payment of the buyer s closing costs, OR Payment of points as appropriate to the market Any seller concession or combination of concessions which exceeds 4% of the established reasonable value of the property is considered excessive, and unacceptable for VA-guaranteed loans. Do not include normal discount points and payment of the buyer s closing costs in total concessions for determining whether concessions exceed the 4 percent limit.
31 The Veteran can pay a maximum of; reasonable and customary amounts for any or all of the Normal Closing Costs or (Itemized Fees and Charges designated by VA) plus a 1% origination fee and reasonable discount points. Normal Closing Costs - Fees the Veteran CAN pay Discount Points (Purchase or Refinance) Loan Origination Fee (1% Max) Appraisal and Compliance Inspections (cannot pay for lender or other party requested appraisals) Credit Report Fee Title Insurance Fees Recording Fees VA Funding Fee (may be financed) Hazard Insurance Premium Pre-paid Interest, Tax and Insurance Impounds Flood Zone Determination MERS report fee Survey
32 Fees that Veteran CANNOT pay or Unallowable Closing Costs: (Must be Paid by the Seller/Broker on a Purchase or by the Lender/Broker on a Refinance) Escrow, Settlement or Closing Fee Administrative Document Preparation Underwriting Review Processing and Application Wire Tax Service Notary City Transfer Taxes or Tax Stamp Interest Rate Lock In Fee Commitment or Marketing Fee Lender s Appraisals and Inspections Conveyance Fee Attorney s Service (other than title) Photographs Amortization Schedules, Passbooks and Membership or Entrance Fees Broker or Assignment Fees Fees for preparation of Truth-in Lending Disclosures VA will allow the Unallowable Closing Costs to be paid from the 1% Origination fee charged by the lender. VA calls this a 1% Flat Fee in the Lenders Handbook. In the case of a refinance or when the seller will not pay the Unallowable Closing Costs, the lender (broker) may cover the fees with the 1% Origination Fee. For all of the details from VA, log on to and select The Lenders Handbook, then select Chapter 8.
33 Verify all liquid assets to the extent they are needed to close the loan, difference between sales price and appraisal, borrower s closing costs that are not financed Checking, Savings, Proceeds from Sale, Gift from relative, or Gift program, withdrawal from 401k (60% of vested balance), cash on hand (limited credit user and no bank accounts) VOD s plus one month bank statement or 2 months bank statements for liquid assets Premium pricing (closing costs only) Reserves Not required for loan amounts $417,000 or less 6 months PITI for loan amounts greater than $417,000 and on 2-4 unit properties
34 Minimum Credit score 620 up to $417, $417,001 to $650,000 At least one credit score, and preferable two or three credit scores, must be obtained for each veteran, from major repositories Perform a CAIVRs Inquiry on all borrowers Order VA Benefits Form if necessary Current Rent and/or Mortgage history Absence of Credit History, use utility, auto insurance, cell phone, or other forms of payment records Adverse credit history of non-purchasing spouse is not considered against veteran. Monthly obligations are considered due to community property state. A credit report is required on all non-purchasing spouses. Collections may not necessarily be required to be paid, upon review of explanation and any supporting documentation by borrower, this is considered on a case by case basis.
35 Judgments must be paid in full, or subject to repayment plan with timely payments (12 months) Consumer Credit Counseling -12 month perfect payment history and counselor permission to proceed Bankruptcy Chapter 7 discharged more than 2 years are disregarded. Chapter 13, with 12 month perfect payment history and court permission to proceed with purchase of home. Foreclosure or Deed-in-Lieu, in last 3 years is not acceptable, unless a well documented reason can be found, outside the applicant s control
36 Must verify alimony and child support Student loans scheduled to begin within 12 months of the close of escrow will be counted Loans secured by deposited funds are not counted When calculating estimated housing expense, consider $0.14 per square foot for monthly maintenance and utility expense Installment debts with less than 10 months remaining do not necessarily need to be included in credit qualifying. Large payments should be considered.
37 Wages - require 2 yr. history, less than 2 yrs cons. case by case Overtime income and 2 nd job income generally needs 2 year history, less than 2 years considered case by case. Commission 2 year history, unless previous related employment or specialized training 1040s required. Self Employment averaged 24 months, 1040 s required. Alimony and Child Support must be verified and stable Seasonal jobs and unemployment may be averaged with 24 month history of both Other Income, pension, retirement, disability, etc. must be verified
38 Active Military income, consider base pay as stable & reliable unless applicant is within 12 mos. of release of active duty. Leave and Earnings Statement is required (LES) Subsistence (BAS) will show on LES, nontaxable Base Allowance for Housing (BAH) can be considered income. Need form DD 1747, status of Housing Availability non taxable Other Military allowances (flight pay, propay, etc.)obtain verification of type and amount and length of receipt. Taxable and may only be used when consistent and have history/future Income from Reserves or National Guard can be considered if the length of total service indicates a strong probability of continuance. Recently Activated Reservists or Guard careful evaluation of both present and expected income is required
39 Determine the appropriate deductions for Federal income tax and Social Security/Medicare by using Employer s Tax Guide charts. Determine the appropriate deductions for state and local taxes using California Withholding charts, or applicable state materials. OR Log on to and select Salary Paycheck Calculator under Basic (free) services, to determine all tax types Be sure to change your state to appropriate state Use minimum number of household members for deductions
40 This is where everything comes together. There are 6 sections: Loan Data Borrower s Personal and Financial Status Estimated Monthly Shelter Expenses Debts and Obligations Monthly Income and Deductions Disposition of Application and Underwriter Certification
41 Section A - Loan Data Section B Borrower s Personal and Financial Status
42 Section C Estimated Monthly Shelter Expense. Use monthly P & I, taxes and insurance, any HOA dues, & Maintenance and Utilities amount of $0.14 per sq. foot. Section D Debts and Obligations, add child care expense here
43 Section E Monthly Income and Deductions Compute taxes and deductions, either with charts or online Add non taxable income to compute Total Income, Line 39 Subtract Obligations in Section D, to compute Total Net Effective Income, Line 41 Subtract Est. Monthly Shelter Exp. from Section D, - Balance Available for Family Support, Line 43. Fill in the Guideline from the Residual Income Guide Chart. Finally, Compute Ratio by adding Lines 15-18, 20 & 40 and sums of lines 31 and 38.
44 Table of Residual Income by Region Loan amounts of $79,999 and below For loan amounts of $80,000 and above Family Size Northeast Midwest South West Northeast Midwest South West 1 $390 $382 $382 $425 $450 $441 $441 $491 2 $654 $641 $641 $713 $755 $738 $738 $823 3 $788 $772 $772 $859 $909 $889 $889 $990 4 $888 $868 $868 $967 $1025 $1003 $1003 $ $921 $902 $902 $1004 $1062 $1039 $1039 $1158 Over 5 Add $75 for each addl. member up to a family of 7 Add $80 for each addl. Member up to a family of 7 Check VA s website for Key to Geographic Regions used on the above table
45 Include, but are not limited to: Excellent credit history Conservative use of consumer credit Minimal consumer debt Long-term employment Significant liquid assets Sizable down payment Little or no increase in shelter expense High residual income Low debt-to-income ratio
46 Originate Loan application, with all applicable VA forms and Disclosures Order Appraisal/Termite Report Process Loan, Check for all VA Forms Order Certificate of Eligibility Run Automated Submit complete package to PCM Order CAIVR Order Verification of VA Benefits if applicable Receive Approval and close your loan with PCM
47 VA Loan Analysis Sheet VA Form Request for Determination of Eligibility VA Form Copy of Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, DD Form 214 (This is obtained from Veteran) Verification of VA Benefits VA Form VA Addendum to URLA, pages 1 and 2 VA Form a Request for Determination of Reasonable Value VA Form Child Care Certification Reservist Certification Nearest Living Relative Federal Collection Policy Notice VA Form
48 Counseling Checklist (active personnel only) VA Form Interest Rate and Discount Statement Amendatory Statement (VA Option Clause) VA Assumption Notice Alive and Well statement (if closing by POA) as of date of note by commanding officer
49 VA Website Lenders and Real Estate Professionals Homepage. This site provides access to VA Circulars, Lenders Handbook, etc. Condo Approval check: ACE and weblgy system: https://vip.vba.va.gov Paycheck deduction calculator: High Balance loan limits lookup for 2009
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