Delaware Mortgage Broker Agreement

3.1.3 – a minimum fee equal to or equal to that which the contract may provide for each daily, weekly, monthly, annual or other billing period provided for under the plan, the part of which consists of an outstanding debt outstanding under the plan; 5.5.2 A licensee shall communicate in writing to the Commissioner the names of the mortgage lenders covered by its guarantee and any changes to that coverage for those procuring entities. 3.1.1 Periodic Fees – a daily, weekly, monthly, annual or other fee, in the amount or other periodic fee, as provided for in the Agreement, the privileges made available to the Borrower under the Plan; 1.1 Chapter 22 of Title 5 of the Delaware Code applies to consumer credit transactions, including, but not, mortgages secured by real estate of one to four families, real estate self-used for personal, family or household purposes. 2.2 the name of the mortgage loan and the unique identifier assigned by the national mortgage licensing system and register; 3.2.4 Fees for returned cheques – if the agreement governing the loan so provides, a refund fee may be levied for consumers, for cheques returned without payment, provided that the amount(s) of such fee are customary and reasonable; 5.10 Mortgage insurance premium: the premium of mortgage insurance due at the time of invoicing, in order to protect the lender or investor against losses resulting from a future default of the mortgage loan. 4.1 At no time may a mortgage be taken out in the name of the mortgage intermediary, except for the sole purpose of meeting the requirements of VA`s sovereign loans. 5.4 Licensee`s invitations, announcements, business cards and websites, which contain the name of a mortgage lender providing mortgage lending services to the policyholder, must also contain that shipper`s unique identifier issued by the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing Licensing System and Registry. 5.13 Fiduciary reserves: amounts taken from reserves, including, but not limited to, homeowners` insurance, mortgage insurance and property tax. The calculation and buffers of fiduciary elements are subject to the restrictions set forth in the U.S. Settlement Procedures Act, as amended, and the rules contained therein. 1.3.5 for reverse mortgages, the attestation of an independent housing advisor requested by 5 .C. § 2118; and 5.3 The unique mortgage identifier issued by the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System and Registry must be clearly indicated on all residential mortgage application forms for all loans granted by that person. . . .