Yield Spread Premium (YSP).

The yield spread premium (YSP) is the difference between the interest rate a lender charges on a loan and the rate at which the loan is actually being sold in the secondary market. The YSP is paid by the lender to the mortgage broker as compensation for bringing in the business. What can YSP be used to pay? Yes, You can use YSP to pay your mortgage. What does PAR mean in mortgage terms? PAR stands for "principal, interest, and taxes." This is the amount you'll need to pay each month to cover the cost of your mortgage, including the principal (the amount you borrowed), the interest (the cost of borrowing money), and the taxes (the property taxes). What is Tila section 32? TILA section 32 is the section of the Truth in Lending Act that requires lenders to provide borrowers with a good faith estimate of the closing costs associated with a mortgage loan. This estimate must be provided within three days of the borrower's loan application. Where must the yield spread premium be disclosed in a mortgage transaction? The yield spread premium must be disclosed on the Truth in Lending Statement (TIL), which is required by the Truth in Lending Act (TILA). The TIL must be given to the borrower at least 3 days before consummation of the loan.

What is the ATR rule? The ATR rule is a regulation implemented by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) in 2013. It requires lenders to make a "good faith" effort to determine that borrowers have the ability to repay their loans. This includes verifying the borrower's income, employment status, and credit history. The rule also caps the amount of debt that can be carried relative to income, and limits the number of loans that can be taken out simultaneously.