New Construction Financing Incentives
New construction financing incentives are comprised of two major credits: one from the builder and the other from Homebridge Financial Services.
- Closing costs overview
- Learn about new construction prepaids and escrow accounts
- The mortgage loan process explained in detail, step by step
Breakdown of Financing Incentives
The builder issues a seller credit equal to the amount of the owner’s title policy when the buyer closes their loan with the Mortgage Mark Team.
Similarly, Homebridge Financial provides $2,385 in lender credits at closing. This credit offsets the origination charges (i.e. their lender fees) as well as other fees issued by the title company.
Builder Pays Title
The home builder will pay for the owner’s title policy if you use the Mortgage Mark Team. How much is that savings? A title policy calculator can provide an estimated amount of savings.
Lender Fees Waived (a $1,385 savings)
The Mortgage Mark Team and HomeBridge Financial will offset the $1,385 in “origination charges” (a.k.a. lender fees) by issuing a lender credit at closing. This portion of the new construction financing incentives equates to $1,385.
$1,000 Credit (because we’re that awesome!)
Because the fun won’t stop, the Mortgage Mark Team will also issue an additional $1,000 of lender credit at closing. This brings the total new construction financing incentives from the Mortgage Mark Team to a whopping $2,385.
Total Savings Example
The new construction financing incentives are significant.
For example, let’s use a $400,000 purchase price home and apply both the builder and Homebridge incentives. The lender’s title policy is estimated to be right around $2,900. (You can check our math with our title policy calculator). The Homebridge incentives total $2,385.
This means the estimated new construction financial incentives on a $400,000 priced home are $5,285 when closing your home loan with the Mortgage Mark Team.
The estimated financial incentives on a $400,000 home are approximately $5,285!
To be eligible for the full lender credits, as of the settlement date, Mark Pfeiffer must be the Mortgage Loan Originator of record. The closing cost credit will be applied at closing and will appear on your closing disclosure (CD). This coupon has no cash value; the closing cost credit must be applied to the loan.