We have a loan application which will be secured by our borrowers’ primary residence. It will additionally be secured by 40 acres of agricultural real estate that is owned by one of the borrowers’ father. My question is, do I have to provide a copy of the Loan Estimate to the father who is only pledging security?
There is not a requirement to give a copy of the Loan Estimate to the father in this case, under the TRID requirements. If the loan is subject to the right of rescission, the bank would need to give a Closing Disclosure to anyone with the right to rescind though, which may include the father. As always, be sure to check any internal policy requirements or investor guidelines, if applicable, since these often include additional disclosure requirements.
…When two consumers are joint obligors with primary liability on an obligation, the early disclosures required by § 1026.19(a), (e), or (g), as applicable, may be provided to any one of them. In rescindable transactions, the disclosures required by § 1026.19(f) must be given separately to each consumer who has the right to rescind under § 1026.23. In transactions that are not rescindable, the disclosures required by § 1026.19(f) may be provided to any consumer with primary liability on the obligation. …
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