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Appendix H to Part 1026 — Closed-End Model Forms and Clauses

This version is the current regulation

1. Models H-1 and H-2.

i. Creditors may make several types of changes to closed-end model forms H-1 (credit sale) and H-2 (loan) and still be deemed to be in compliance with the regulation, provided that the required disclosures are made clearly and conspicuously. Permissible changes include the addition of the information permitted by § 1026.17(a)(1) and “directly related” information as set forth in the commentary to § 1026.17(a).

ii. The creditor may also delete or, on multi-purpose forms, indicate inapplicable disclosures, such as:

A. The itemization of the amount financed option. (See Samples H-12 through H-15.)

B. The credit life and disability insurance disclosures. (See Samples H-11 and H-12.)

C. The property insurance disclosures. (See Samples H-10 through H-12, and H-14.)

D. The “filing fees” and “non-filing insurance” disclosures. (See Samples H-11 and H-12.)

E. The prepayment penalty or rebate disclosures. (See Samples H-12 and H-14.)

F. The total sale price. (See Samples H-11 through H-15.)

iii. Other permissible changes include:

A. Adding the creditor's address or telephone number. (See the commentary to § 1026.18(a).)

B. Combining required terms where several numerical disclosures are the same, for instance, if the “total of payments” equals the “total sale price.” (See the commentary to § 1026.18.)

C. Rearranging the sequence or location of the disclosures - for instance, by placing the descriptive phrases outside the boxes containing the corresponding disclosures, or by grouping the descriptors together as a glossary of terms in a separate section of the segregated disclosures; by placing the payment schedule at the top of the form; or by changing the order of the disclosures in the boxes, including the annual percentage rate and finance charge boxes.

D. Using brackets, instead of checkboxes, to indicate inapplicable disclosures.

E. Using a line for the consumer to initial, rather than a checkbox, to indicate an election to receive an itemization of the amount financed.

F. Deleting captions for disclosures.

G. Using a symbol, such as an asterisk, for estimated disclosures, instead of an “e.”

H. Adding a signature line to the insurance disclosures to reflect joint policies.

I. Separately itemizing the filing fees.

J. Revising the late charge disclosure in accordance with the commentary to § 1026.18(l).

2. Model H-3. Creditors have considerable flexibility in filling out Model H-3 (itemization of the amount financed). Appropriate revisions, such as those set out in the commentary to § 1026.18(c), may be made to this form without loss of protection from civil liability for proper use of the model forms.

3. Models H-4 through H-7. The model clauses are not included in the model forms although they are mandatory for certain transactions. Creditors using the model clauses when applicable to a transaction are deemed to be in compliance with the regulation with regard to that disclosure.

4. Model H-4(A). This model contains the variable rate model clauses applicable to transactions subject to § 1026.18(f)(1) and is intended to give creditors considerable flexibility in structuring variable rate disclosures to fit individual plans. The information about circumstances, limitations, and effects of an increase may be given in terms of the contract interest rate or the annual percentage rate. Clauses are shown for hypothetical examples based on the specific amount of the transaction and based on a representative amount. Creditors may preprint the variable rate disclosures based on a representative amount for similar types of transactions, instead of constructing an individualized example for each transaction. In both representative examples and transaction-specific examples, creditors may refer either to the incremental change in rate, payment amount, or number of payments, or to the resulting rate, payment amount, or number of payments. For example, creditors may state that the rate will increase by 2%, with a corresponding $150 increase in the payment, or creditors may state that the rate will increase to 16%, with a corresponding payment of $850.

5. Model H-4(B). This model clause illustrates the variable-rate disclosure required under § 1026.18(f)(2), which would alert consumers to the fact that the transaction contains a variable-rate feature and that disclosures were provided earlier.

6. Model H-4(C). This model clause illustrates the early disclosures required generally under § 1026.19(b). It includes information on how the consumer's interest rate is determined and how it can change over the term of the loan, and explains changes that may occur in the borrower's monthly payment. It contains an example of how to disclose historical changes in the index or formula values used to compute interest rates for the preceding 15 years. The model clause also illustrates the disclosure of the initial and maximum interest rates and payments based on an initial interest rate (index value plus margin, adjusted by the amount of any discount or premium) in effect as of an identified month and year for the loan program disclosure and illustrates how to provide consumers with a method for calculating the monthly payment for the loan amount to be borrowed.

7. Models H-4(D) through H-4(J). These model clauses and sample and model forms illustrate certain notices, statements, and other disclosures required as follows:

i. Model H-4(D)(1) illustrates the interest rate adjustment notice required under § 1026.20(c) and Model H-4(D)(2) provides an example of a notice of interest rate adjustment with corresponding payment change. Model H-4(D)(3) illustrates the interest rate adjustment notice required under § 1026.20(d) and Model H-4(D)(4) provides an example of a notice of initial interest rate adjustment.

ii. Model H-4(E) illustrates the interest rate and payment summary table required under § 1026.18(s) for a fixed-rate mortgage transaction.

iii. Model H-4(F) illustrates the interest rate and payment summary table required under § 1026.18(s) for an adjustable-rate or a step-rate mortgage transaction.

iv. Model H-4(G) illustrates the interest rate and payment summary table required under § 1026.18(s) for a mortgage transaction with negative amortization.

v. Model H-4(H) illustrates the interest rate and payment summary table required under § 1026.18(s) for a fixed-rate, interest-only mortgage transaction.

vi. Model H-4(I) illustrates the introductory rate disclosure required by § 1026.18(s)(2)(iii) for an adjustable-rate mortgage transaction with an introductory rate.

vii. Model H-4(J) illustrates the balloon payment disclosure required by § 1026.18(s)(5) for a mortgage transaction with a balloon payment term.

viii. Model H-4(K) illustrates the no-guarantee-to-refinance statement required by § 1026.18(t) for a mortgage transaction.

8. Model H-5. This contains the demand feature clause.

9. Model H-6. This contains the assumption clause.

10. Model H-7. This contains the required deposit clause.

11. Models H-8 and H-9. These models contain the rescission notices for a typical closed-end transaction and a refinancing, respectively. The last paragraph of each model form contains a blank for the date by which the consumer's notice of cancellation must be sent or delivered. A parenthetical is included to address the situation in which the consumer's right to rescind the transaction exists beyond 3 business days following the date of the transaction, for example, where the notice or material disclosures are delivered late or where the date of the transaction in paragraph 1 of the notice is an estimate. The language of the parenthetical is not optional. See the commentary to § 1026.2(a)(25) regarding the specificity of the security interest disclosure for model form H-9. The prior version of model form H-9 is substantially similar to the current version and creditors may continue to use it, as appropriate. Creditors are encouraged, however, to use the current version when reordering or reprinting forms.

12. Sample forms. The sample forms (H-10 through H-15) serve a different purpose than the model forms. The samples illustrate various ways of adapting the model forms to the individual transactions described in the commentary to appendix H. The deletions and rearrangements shown relate only to the specific transactions described. As a result, the samples do not provide the general protection from civil liability provided by the model forms and clauses.

13. Sample H-10. This sample illustrates an automobile credit sale. The cash price is $7,500 with a downpayment of $1,500. There is an 8% add-on interest rate and a term of 3 years, with 36 equal monthly payments. The credit life insurance premium and the filing fees are financed by the creditor. There is a $25 credit report fee paid by the consumer before consummation, which is a prepaid finance charge.

14. Sample H-11. This sample illustrates an installment loan. The amount of the loan is $5,000. There is a 12% simple interest rate and a term of 2 years. The date of the transaction is expected to be April 15, 1981, with the first payment due on June 1, 1981. The first payment amount is labeled as an estimate since the transaction date is uncertain. The odd days' interest ($26.67) is collected with the first payment. The remaining 23 monthly payments are equal.

15. Sample H-12. This sample illustrates a refinancing and consolidation loan. The amount of the loan is $5,000. There is a 15% simple interest rate and a term of 3 years. The date of the transaction is April 1, 1981, with the first payment due on May 1, 1981. The first 35 monthly payments are equal, with an odd final payment. The credit disability insurance premium is financed. In calculating the annual percentage rate, the U.S. Rule has been used. Since an itemization of the amount financed is included with the disclosures, the statement regarding the consumer's option to receive an itemization is deleted.

16. Samples H-13 through H-15. These samples illustrate various closed-end transactions. Samples H-13 and H-15 are for transactions subject to § 1026.17(a). Samples H-13 and H-15 do not illustrate the requirements of § 1026.18(c) or (p) regarding the itemization of the amount financed and a reference to contract documents. See form H-2 for a model for these requirements.

17. Sample H-13. This sample illustrates a mortgage with a demand feature. The loan amount is $44,900, payable in 360 monthly installments at a simple interest rate of 14.75%. The 15 days of interim interest ($294.34) is collected as a prepaid finance charge at the time of consummation of the loan (April 15, 1981). In calculating the disclosure amounts, the minor irregularities provision in § 1026.17(c)(4) has been used. The property insurance premiums are not included in the payment schedule. This disclosure statement could be used for notes with the 7-year call option required by the Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA) in states where due-on-sale clauses are prohibited.

18. Sample H-14. This sample disclosure form illustrates the disclosures under § 1026.19(b) for a variable-rate transaction secured by the consumer's principal dwelling with a term greater than one year. The sample form shows a creditor how to adapt the model clauses in appendix H-4(C) to the creditor's own particular variable-rate program. The sample disclosure form describes the features of a specific variable-rate mortgage program and alerts the consumer to the fact that information on the creditor's other closed-end variable-rate programs is available upon request. It includes information on how the interest rate is determined and how it can change over time. Section 1026.19(b)(2)(viii) permits creditors the option to provide either a historical example or an initial and maximum interest rates and payments disclosure; both are illustrated in the sample disclosure. The historical example explains how the monthly payment can change based on a $10,000 loan amount, payable in 360 monthly installments, based on historical changes in the values for the weekly average yield on U.S. Treasury Securities adjusted to a constant maturity of one year. Index values are measured for 15 years, as of the first week ending in July. This reflects the requirement that the index history be based on values for the same date or period each year in the example. The sample disclosure also illustrates the alternative disclosure under § 1026.19(b)(2)(viii)(B) that the initial and the maximum interest rates and payments be shown for a $10,000 loan originated at an initial interest rate of 12.41 percent (which was in effect July 1996) and to have 2 percentage point annual (and 5 percentage point overall) interest rate limitations or caps. Thus, the maximum amount that the interest rate could rise under this program is 5 percentage points higher than the 12.41 percent initial rate to 17.41 percent, and the monthly payment could rise from $106.03 to a maximum of $145.34. The loan would not reach the maximum interest rate until its fourth year because of the 2 percentage point annual rate limitations, and the maximum payment disclosed reflects the amortization of the loan during that period. The sample form also illustrates how to provide consumers with a method for calculating their actual monthly payment for a loan amount other than $10,000.

19. Sample H-15. This sample illustrates a graduated payment transaction subject to § 1026.17(a) with a 5-year graduation period and a 71/2 percent yearly increase in payments. The loan amount is $44,900, payable in 360 monthly installments at a simple interest rate of 14.75%. Two points ($898), as well as an initial guarantee insurance premium of $225.00, are included in the prepaid finance charge. The guarantee insurance premiums are calculated on the basis of 1/4 of 1% of the outstanding principal balance under an annual reduction plan. The abbreviated disclosure permitted under § 1026.18(g)(2) is used for the payment schedule for years 6 through 30. The prepayment disclosure refers to both penalties and rebates because information about penalties is required for the simple interest portion of the obligation and information about rebates is required for the guarantee insurance portion of the obligation.

20. Sample H-16. This sample illustrates the disclosures required under § 1026.32(c). The sample illustrates the amount borrowed and the disclosures about optional insurance that are required for mortgage refinancings under § 1026.32(c)(5). Creditors may, at their option, include these disclosures for all loans subject to § 1026.32. The sample also includes disclosures required under § 1026.32(c)(3) when the legal obligation includes a balloon payment.

21. HRSA-500-1 9-82. Pursuant to section 113(a) of the Truth in Lending Act, Form HRSA-500-1 9-82 issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for certain student loans has been approved for use for loans made prior to the mandatory compliance date of the disclosures required under Subpart F. The form was approved for all Health Education Assistance Loans (HEAL) with a variable interest rate that were considered interim student credit extensions as defined in Regulation Z.

22. HRSA-500-2 9-82. Pursuant to section 113(a) of the Truth in Lending Act, Form HRSA-500-2 9-82 issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for certain student loans has been approved for use for loans made prior to the mandatory compliance date of the disclosures required under Subpart F. The form was approved for all HEAL loans with a fixed interest rate that were considered interim student credit extensions as defined in Regulation Z.

23. HRSA-502-1 9-82. Pursuant to section 113(a) of the Truth in Lending Act, Form HRSA-502-1 9-82 issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for certain student loans has been approved for use for loans made prior to the mandatory compliance date of the disclosures required under Subpart F. The form was approved for all HEAL loans with a variable interest rate in which the borrower has reached repayment status and is making payments of both interest and principal.

24. HRSA-502-2 9-82. Pursuant to section 113(a) of the Truth in Lending Act, Form HRSA-502-2 9-82 issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for certain student loans has been approved for use for loans made prior to the mandatory compliance date of the disclosures required under Subpart F. The form was approved for all HEAL loans with a fixed interest rate in which the borrower has reached repayment status and is making payments of both interest and principal.

25. Models H-18, H-19, H-20.

i. These model forms illustrate disclosures required under § 1026.47 on or with an application or solicitation, at approval, and after acceptance of a private education loan. Although use of the model forms is not required, creditors using them properly will be deemed to be in compliance with the regulation with regard to private education loan disclosures. Creditors may make certain types of changes to private education loan model forms H-18 (application and solicitation), H-19 (approval), and H-20 (final) and still be deemed to be in compliance with the regulation, provided that the required disclosures are made clearly and conspicuously. The model forms aggregate disclosures into groups under specific headings. Changes may not include rearranging the sequence of disclosures, for instance, by rearranging which disclosures are provided under each heading or by rearranging the sequence of the headings and grouping of disclosures. Changes to the model forms may not be so extensive as to affect the substance or clarity of the forms. Creditors making revisions with that effect will lose their protection from civil liability.

ii. The creditor may delete inapplicable disclosures, such as:

A. The Federal student financial assistance alternatives disclosures.

B. The self-certification disclosure.

iii. Other permissible changes include, for example:

A. Adding the creditor's address, telephone number, or Web site.

B. Adding loan identification information, such as a loan identification number.

C. Adding the date on which the form was printed or produced.

D. Placing the notice of the right to cancel in the top left or top right of the disclosure to accommodate a window envelope.

E. Combining required terms where several numerical disclosures are the same. For instance, if the itemization of the amount financed is provided, the amount financed need not be separately disclosed.

F. Combining the disclosure of loan term and payment deferral options required in § 1026.47(a)(3) with the disclosure of cost estimates required in § 1026.47(a)(4) in the same chart or table (See comment 47(a)(3)-4.)

G. Using the first person, instead of the second person, in referring to the borrower.

H. Using “borrower” and “creditor” instead of pronouns.

I. Incorporating certain state “plain English” requirements.

J. Deleting inapplicable disclosures by whiting out, blocking out, filling in “N/A” (not applicable) or “0,” crossing out, leaving blanks, checking a box for applicable items, or circling applicable items.

iv. Although creditors are not required to use a certain paper size in disclosing the §§ 1026.47(a), (b) and (c) disclosures, samples H-21, H-22, and H-23 are designed to be printed on two 81/2 × 11 inch sheets of paper. A creditor may use a larger sheet of paper, such as 81/2 × 14 inch sheets of paper, or may use multiple pages. If the disclosures are provided on two sides of a single sheet of paper, the creditor must include a reference or references, such as “SEE BACK OF PAGE” at the bottom of each page indicating that the disclosures continue onto the back of the page. If the disclosures are on two or more pages, a creditor may not include any intervening information between portions of the disclosure. In addition, the following formatting techniques were used in presenting the information in the sample tables to ensure that the information is readable:

A. A readable font style and font size (10-point Helvetica font style for body text).

B. Sufficient spacing between lines of the text.

C. Standard spacing between words and characters. In other words, the body text was not compressed to appear smaller than the 10-point type size.

D. Sufficient white space around the text of the information in each row, by providing sufficient margins above, below and to the sides of the text.

E. Sufficient contrast between the text and the background. Generally, black text was used on white paper.

v. While the Bureau is not requiring issuers to use the above formatting techniques in presenting information in the disclosure, the Bureau encourages issuers to consider these techniques when deciding how to disclose information in the disclosure to ensure that the information is presented in a readable format.

vi. Creditors are allowed to use color, shading and similar graphic techniques in the disclosures, so long as the disclosures remain substantially similar to the model and sample forms in appendix H.

26. Sample H-21. This sample illustrates a disclosure required under § 1026.47(a). The sample assumes a range of interest rates between 7.375% and 17.375%. The sample assumes a variable interest rate that will never exceed 25% over the life of the loan. The term of the sample loan is 20 years for an amount up to $20,000 and 30 years for an amount more than $20,000. The repayment options and sample costs have been combined into a single table, as permitted in the commentary to § 1026.47(a)(3). It demonstrates the loan amount, interest rate, and total paid when a consumer makes loan payments while in school, pays only interest while in school, and defers all payments while in school.

27. Sample H-22. This sample illustrates a disclosure required under § 1026.47(b). The sample assumes the consumer financed $10,000 at an 8.23% annual percentage rate. The sample assumes a variable interest rate that will never exceed 25% over the life of the loan. The payment schedule and terms assumes a 20-year loan term and that the consumer elected to defer payments while enrolled in school. This includes a sample disclosure of a total loan amount of $10,600 and prepaid finance charges totaling $600, for a total amount financed of $10,000.

28. Sample H-22. This sample illustrates a disclosure required under § 1026.47(c). The sample assumes the consumer financed $10,000 at an 8.23% annual percentage rate. The sample assumes a variable annual percentage rate in an instance where there is no maximum interest rate. The sample demonstrates disclosure of an assumed maximum rate, and the statement that the consumer's actual maximum rate and payment amount could be higher. The payment schedule and terms assumes a 20-year loan term, the assumed maximum interest rate, and that the consumer elected to defer payments while enrolled in school. This includes a sample disclosure of a total loan amount of $10,600 and prepaid finance charges totaling $600, for a total amount financed of $10,000.

29. Model Form H-29. Model form H-29 contains the disclosures for the cancellation of an escrow account established in connection with a closed-end transaction secured by a first lien on real property or a dwelling.

i. This model form illustrates the disclosures required by § 1026.20(e).

ii. A creditor or servicer satisfies § 1026.20(e) if it provides model form H-29 or a substantially similar notice, which is properly completed with the disclosures required by § 1026.20(e).

iii. Although creditors and servicers are not required to use a certain paper size in disclosing the information under § 1026.20(e), model form H-29 is designed to be printed on an 81/2 × 1- inch sheet of paper. In addition, the following formatting techniques were used in presenting the information in the model form to ensure that the information is readable:

A. A readable font style and font size (10-point minimum font size);

B. Sufficient spacing between lines of the text;

C. Standard spacing between words and characters. In other words, the text was not compressed to appear smaller than 10-point type;

D. Sufficient white space around the text of the information in each row, by providing sufficient margins above, below and to the sides of the text;

E. Sufficient contrast between the text and the background. Generally, black text was used on white paper.

iv. While the regulation does not require creditors or servicers to use the above formatting techniques in presenting information in the tabular format (except for the 10-point minimum font size requirement), creditors and servicers are encouraged to consider these techniques when deciding how to disclose information in the notice to ensure that the information is presented in a readable format.

v. Creditors and servicers may use color, shading and similar graphic techniques with respect to the notice, so long as the notice remains substantially similar to model form H-29.

30. Standard Loan Estimate and Closing Disclosure forms. Forms H-24(A) through (G), H-25(A) through (J), and H-28(A) through (J) are model forms for the disclosures required under §§ 1026.37 and 1026.38. However, pursuant to §§ 1026.37(o)(3) and 1026.38(t)(3), for federally related mortgage loans forms H-24(A) through (G) and H-25(A) through (J) are standard forms required to be used for the disclosures required under §§ 1026.37 and 1026.38, respectively.

See interpretation of this section in Supplement I

H-1 Credit Sale Model Form (§ 1026.18)

H-2 Loan Model Form (§ 1026.18)

H-3 Amount Financed Itemization Model Form (§ 1026.18(c))

H-4(A) Variable-Rate Model Clauses (§ 1026.18(f)(1))

H-4(B) Variable-Rate Model Clauses (§ 1026.18(f)(2))

H-4(C) Variable-Rate Model Clauses (§ 1026.19(b))

H-4(D)(1) Adjustable-Rate Mortgage Model Form (§ 1026.20(c))

H-4(D)(2) Adjustable-Rate Mortgage Sample Form (§ 1026.20(c))

H-4(D)(3) Adjustable-Rate Mortgage Model Form (§ 1026.20(d))

H-4(D)(4) Adjustable-Rate Mortgage Sample Form (§ 1026.20(d))

H-4(E) Fixed-Rate Mortgage Interest Rate and Payment Summary Model Clause (§ 1026.18(s))

H-4(F) Adjustable-Rate Mortgage or Step-Rate Mortgage Interest Rate and Payment Summary Model Clause (§ 1026.18(s))

H-4(G) Mortgage with Negative Amortization Interest Rate and Payment Summary Model Clause (§ 1026.18(s))

H-4(H) Fixed-Rate Mortgage with Interest-Only Interest Rate and Payment Summary Model Clause (§ 1026.18(s))

H-4(I) Adjustable-Rate Mortgage Introductory Rate Disclosure Model Clause (§ 1026.18(s)(2)(iii))

H-4(J) Balloon Payment Disclosure Model Clause (§ 1026.18(s)(5))

H-4(K)

H-5 Demand Feature Model Clauses (§ 1026.18(i))

H-6 Assumption Policy Model Clause (§ 1026.18(q))

H-7 Required Deposit Model Clause (§ 1026.18(r))

H-8 Rescission Model Form (General) (§ 1026.23)

H-9 Rescission Model Form (Refinancing (with Original Creditor)) (§ 1026.23)

H-10 Credit Sale Sample

H-11 Installment Loan Sample

H-12 Refinancing Sample

H-13 Closed-End Transaction With Demand Feature Sample

H-14 Variable-Rate Mortgage Sample (§ 1026.19(b))

H-15 Closed-End Graduated-Payment Transaction Sample

H-16 Mortgage Sample

H-17(A) Debt Suspension Model Clause

H-17(B) Debt Suspension Sample

H-18 Private Education Loan Application and Solicitation Model Form

H-19 Private Education Loan Approval Model Form

H-20 Private Education Loan Final Model Form

H-21 Private Education Loan Application and Solicitation Sample

H-22 Private Education Loan Approval Sample

H-23 Private Education Loan Final Sample

H-24(A) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Model Form

H-24(B) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Fixed Rate Loan Sample

H-24(C) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Interest Only Adjustable Rate Loan Sample

H-24(D) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Refinance Sample

H-24(E) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Balloon Payment Sample

H-24(F) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Negative Amortization Sample

H-24(G) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Modification to Loan Estimate for Transaction Not Involving Seller - Model Form

H-25(A) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Model Form

H-25(B) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Fixed Rate Loan Sample

H-25(C) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Borrower Funds From Second-Lien Loan in Summaries of Transactions Sample

H-25(D) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Borrower Satisfaction of Seller's Second-Lien Loan Outside of Closing in Summaries of Transactions Sample

H-25(E) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Refinance Transaction Sample

H-25(F) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Refinance Transaction Sample (amount in excess of § 1026.19(e)(3))

H-25(G) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Refinance Transaction With Cash From Consumer at Consummation Sample

H-25(H) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Modification to Closing Cost Details - Model Form

H-25(I) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Modification to Closing Disclosure for Disclosure Provided to Seller - Model Form

H-25(J) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Modification to Closing Disclosure for Transaction Not Involving Seller - Model Form

H-26 Mortgage Loan Transaction - Pre-Loan Estimate Statement - Model Form

H-27(A) Mortgage Loan Transaction - Written List of Providers - Model Form

H-27(B) Mortgage Loan Transaction - Sample of Written List of Providers

H-27(C) Mortgage Loan Transaction - Sample of Written List of Providers with Services You Cannot Shop For

H-28(A) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Spanish Language Model Form

H-28(B) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Spanish Language Purchase Sample

H-28(C) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Spanish Language Refinance Sample

H-28(D) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Spanish Language Balloon Payment Sample

H-28(E) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Spanish Language Negative Amortization Sample

H-28(F) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Spanish Language Model Form

H-28(G) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Spanish Language Purchase Sample

H-28(H) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Spanish Language Refinance Sample

H-28(I) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Modification to Loan Estimate for Transaction Not Involving Seller - Spanish Language Model Form

H-28(J) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Modification to Closing Disclosure for Transaction Not Involving Seller - Spanish Language Model Form

H-29 Escrow Cancellation Notice Model Form (§ 1026.20(e))

H-30(A) Sample Form of Periodic Statement (§ 1026.41)

H-30(B) Sample Form of Periodic Statement with Delinquency Box (§ 1026.41)

H-30(C) Sample Form of Periodic Statement for a Payment-Option Loan (§ 1026.41)

H-30(D) Sample Clause for Homeownership Counselor Contact Information (§ 1026.41)

H-30(E) Sample Form of Periodic Statement for Consumer in Chapter 7 or Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

H-30(F) Sample Form of Periodic Statement for Consumer in Chapter 12 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

H-1—Credit Sale Model Form

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H-2—Loan Model Form

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H-3—Amount Financed Itemization Model Form

Itemization of Amount Financed of $

$__________ Amount given to you directly

$__________ Amount paid on your account

Amount paid to others on your behalf

$__________ to [public officials] [credit bureau] [appraiser] [insurance company]

$__________ to (name of another creditor)

$__________ to (other)

$__________ Prepaid finance charge

H-4(A)—Variable-Rate Model Clauses

The annual percentage rate may increase during the term of this transaction if:

[the prime interest rate of (creditor) increases.]

[the balance in your deposit account falls below $___________.]

[you terminate your employment with (employer) .]

[The interest rate will not increase above ___________%.]

[The maximum interest rate increase at one time will be ___________%.]

[The rate will not increase more than once every (time period) .]

Any increase will take the form of:

[higher payment amounts.]

[more payments of the same amount.]

[a larger amount due at maturity.]

EXAMPLE BASED ON THE SPECIFIC TRANSACTION.

[If the interest rate increases by ___________% in (time period),

[your regular payments will increase to $___________.]

[you will have to make ___________ additional payments.]

[your final payment will increase to $___________.]]

EXAMPLE BASED ON A TYPICAL TRANSACTION.

[If your loan were for $___________ at ___________% for (term) and the rate increased to ___________% in (time period),

[your regular payments would increase by $___________.]

[you would have to make ___________ additional payments.]

[your final payment would increase by $___________.]]

H-4(B)—Variable-Rate Model Clauses

Your loan contains a variable-rate feature. Disclosures about the variable-rate feature have been provided to you earlier.

[H-4(C) - Variable Rate Model Clauses

This disclosure describes the features of the adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) program you are considering. Information on other ARM programs is available upon request.

How Your Interest Rate and Payment Are Determined

• Your interest rate will be based on [an index plus a margin] [a formula].

• Your payment will be based on the interest rate, loan balance, and loan term.

 - [The interest rate will be based on (identification of index) plus our margin. Ask for our current interest rate and margin.]

 - [The interest rate will be based on (identification of formula). Ask us for our current interest rate.]

 - Information about the index [formula for rate adjustments] is published [can be found] ___

 - [The initial interest rate is not based on the (index) (formula) used to make later adjustments. Ask us for the amount of current interest rate discounts.]

How Your Interest Rate Can Change

• Your interest rate can change (frequency).

• [Your interest rate cannot increase or decrease more than __ percentage points at each adjustment.]

• Your interest rate cannot increase [or decrease] more than __ percentage points over the term of the loan.

How Your Payment Can Change

• Your payment can change (frequency) based on changes in the interest rate.

• [Your payment cannot increase more than (amount or percentage) at each adjustment.]

• [You will be notified at least 210, but no more than 240, days before first payment at the adjusted level is due after the initial interest rate adjustment of the loan. This notice will contain information about the adjustment, including the interest rate, payment amount, and loan balance.]

• [You will be notified at least 60, but no more than 120, days before first payment at the adjusted level is due after any interest rate adjustment resulting in a corresponding payment change. This notice will contain information about the adjustment, including the interest rate, payment amount, and loan balance.]

• [For example, on a $10,000 [term] loan with an initial interest rate of __ [(the rate shown in the interest rate column below for the year 19 __)] [(in effect (month) (year)], the maximum amount that the interest rate can rise under this program is __ percentage points, to __%, and the monthly payment can rise from a first-year payment of $__ to a maximum of $__ in the __ year. To see what your payments would be, divide your mortgage amount by $10,000; then multiply the monthly payment by that amount. (For example, the monthly payment for a mortgage amount of $60,000 would be: $60,000 ÷ $10,000 = 6; 6 × __ = $__ per month.)]

[Example

The example below shows how your payments would have changed under this ARM program based on actual changes in the index from 1982 to 1996. This does not necessarily indicate how your index will change in the future.

The example is based on the following assumptions:

Amount $10,000.
Term - - .
Change date - - .
Payment adjustment (frequency).
Interest adjustment (frequency).
[Margin] * - - .
Caps __ [periodic interest rate cap].
__ [lifetime interest rate cap.
__ [payment cap].
[Interest rate carryover].
[Negative amortization].
[Interest rate discount].**
Index(identification of index or formula).

* This is a margin we have used recently, your margin may be different.

** This is the amount of a discount we have provided recently; your loan may be discounted by a different amount.]

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(%)
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(percentage
points)
Interest
rate
(%)
Monthly
payment
($)
Remaining
balance
($)
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1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996

Note: To see what your payments would have been during that period, divide your mortgage amount by $10,000; then multiply the monthly payment by that amount. (For example, in 1996 the monthly payment for a mortgage amount of $60,000 taken out in 1982 would be: $60,000 ÷ $10,000 = 6; 6 × __ = $__ per month.)

H-4(D)(1) Adjustable-Rate Mortgage Model Form for § 1026.20(c)

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H-4(D)(2) Sample Form for § 1026.20(c)

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H-4(D)(3) Model Form for § 1026.20(d)

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H-4(D)(4) Sample Form for § 1026.20(d)

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H-4(E) Fixed Rate Mortgage Interest Rate and Payment Summary Model Clause

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H-4(F) Adjustable-Rate Mortgage or Step-Rate Mortgage Interest Rate and Payment Summary Model Clause

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H-4(G) Mortgage with Negative Amortization Interest Rate and Payment Summary Model Clause

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H-4(H) Fixed Rate Mortgage with Interest Only Interest Rate and Payment Summary Model Clause

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H-4(I) - Introductory Rate Model Clause

[Introductory Rate Notice

You have a discounted introductory rate of ____ % that ends after (period).

In the (period in sequence), even if market rates do not change, this rate will increase to __ %.]

H-4(J) - Balloon Payment Model Clause

[Final Balloon Payment due (date): $______]

H-4(K) - “No-Guarantee-to-Refinance” Statement Model Clause

There is no guarantee that you will be able to refinance to lower your rate and payments.

H-5–Demand Feature Model Clauses

This obligation [is payable on demand.]

[has a demand feature.]

[All disclosures are based on an assumed maturity of one year.]

H-6–Assumption Policy Model Clause

Assumption: Someone buying your house [may, subject to conditions, be allowed to] [cannot] assume the remainder of the mortgage on the original terms.

H-7–Required Deposit Model Clause

The annual percentage rate does not take into account your required deposit.

H-8—Rescission Model Form (General)

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H-9 - Rescission Model Form (Refinancing With Original Creditor)

NOTICE OF RIGHT TO CANCEL

Your Right To Cancel

You are entering into a new transaction to increase the amount of credit previously provided to you. Your home is the security for this new transaction. You have a legal right under Federal law to cancel this new transaction, without cost, within three business days from whichever of the following events occurs last:

(1) the date of this new transaction, which is ______; or

(2) the date you received your new Truth in Lending disclosures; or

(3) the date you received this notice of your right to cancel.

If you cancel this new transaction, it will not affect any amount that you presently owe. Your home is the security for that amount. Within 20 calendar days after we receive your notice of cancellation of this new transaction, we must take the steps necessary to reflect the fact that your home does not secure the increase of credit. We must also return any money you have given to us or anyone else in connection with this new transaction.

You may keep any money we have given you in this new transaction until we have done the things mentioned above, but you must then offer to return the money at the address below.

If we do not take possession of the money within 20 calendar days of your offer, you may keep it without further obligation.

How To Cancel

If you decide to cancel this new transaction, you may do so by notifying us in writing, at

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(Creditor's name and business address).

You may use any written statement that is signed and dated by you and states your intention to cancel, or you may use this notice by dating and signing below. Keep one copy of this notice because it contains important information about your rights.

If you cancel by mail or telegram, you must send the notice no later than midnight of

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(Date)__

(or midnight of the third business day following the latest of the three events listed above).

If you send or deliver your written notice to cancel some other way, it must be delivered to the above address no later than that time.

I WISH TO CANCEL

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Date__

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H-14 - Variable Rate Mortgage Sample

This disclosure describes the features of the adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) program you are considering. Information on other ARM programs is available upon request.

How Your Interest Rate and Payment Are Determined

• Your interest rate will be based on an index rate plus a margin.

• Your payment will be based on the interest rate, loan balance, and loan term.

  • Information about the index rate is published weekly in the Wall Street Journal.

• Your interest rate will equal the index rate plus our margin unless your interest rate “caps” limit the amount of change in the interest rate.

How Your Interest Rate Can Change

• Your interest rate can change yearly.

• Your interest rate cannot increase or decrease more than 2 percentage points per year.

• Your interest rate cannot increase or decrease more than 5 percentage points over the term of the loan.

How Your Monthly Payment Can Change

• Your monthly payment can increase or decrease substantially based on annual changes in the interest rate.

• [For example, on a $10,000, 30-year loan with an initial interest rate of 12.41 percent in effect in July 1996, the maximum amount that the interest rate can rise under this program is 5 percentage points, to 17.41 percent, and the monthly payment can rise from a first-year payment of $106.03 to a maximum of $145.34 in the fourth year. To see what your payment is, divide your mortgage amount by $10,000; then multiply the monthly payment by that amount. (For example, the monthly payment for a mortgage amount of $60,000 would be: $60,000 ÷ $10,000 = 6; 6 × 106.03 = $636.18 per month.)]

• [You will be notified at least 210, but no more than 240, days before first payment at the adjusted level is due after the initial interest rate adjustment of the loan. This notice will contain information about the adjustment, including the interest rate, payment amount, and loan balance.]

• [You will be notified at least 60, but no more than 120, days before first payment at the adjusted level is due after any interest rate adjustment resulting in a corresponding payment change. This notice will contain information about the adjustment, including the interest rate, payment amount, and loan balance.]

[Example

The example below shows how your payments would have changed under this ARM program based on actual changes in the index from 1982 to 1996. This does not necessarily indicate how your index will change in the future. The example is based on the following assumptions:

Amount $10,000.
Term 30 years.
Payment adjustment 1 year.
Interest adjustment 1 year.
Margin 3 percentage points.
Caps 2 percentage points annual interest rate.
5 percentage points lifetime interest rate.
Index Weekly average yield on U.S. Treasury securities adjusted to a constant maturity of one year.

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(as of 1st week ending in July)
Index Margin *
(percentage points)
Interest
rate
(%)
Monthly
payment
($)
Remaining
balance
($)
1982 14.41 3 17.41 145.90 9,989.37
1983 9.78 3 * * 15.41 129.81 9,969.66
1984 12.17 3 15.17 127.91 9,945.51
1985 7.66 3 ** 13.17 112.43 9,903.70
1986 6.36 3 *** 12.41 106.73 9,848.94
1987 6.71 3 *** 12.41 106.73 9,786.98
1988 7.52 3 *** 12.41 106.73 9,716.88
1989 7.97 3 *** 12.41 106.73 9,637.56
1990 8.06 3 *** 12.41 106.73 9,547.83
1991 6.40 3 *** 12.41 106.73 9,446.29
1992 3.96 3 *** 12.41 106.73 9,331.56
1993 3.42 3 *** 12.41 106.73 9,201.61
1994 5.47 3 *** 12.41 106.73 9,054.72
1995 5.53 3 *** 12.41 106.73 8,888.52
1996 5.82 3 *** 12.41 106.73 8,700.37

* This is a margin we have used recently; your margin may be different.

** This interest rate reflects a 2 percentage point annual interest rate cap.

*** This interest rate reflects a 5 percentage point lifetime interest rate cap.

Note:

To see what your payments would have been during that period, divide your mortgage amount by $10,000; then multiply the monthly payment by that amount. (For example, in 1996 the monthly payment for a mortgage amount of $60,000 taken out in 1982 would be: $60,000 ÷ $10,000 = 6; 6 × $106.73 = $640.38.)]

• [You will be notified at least 210, but no more than 240, days before first payment at the adjusted level is due after the initial interest rate adjustment of the loan. This notice will contain information about the adjustment, including the interest rate, payment amount, and loan balance.]

• [You will be notified at least 60, but no more than 120, days before first payment at the adjusted level is due after any interest rate adjustment resulting in a corresponding payment change. This notice will contain information about the adjustment, including the interest rate, payment amount, and loan balance.]

H-15 Closed-End Graduated Payment Transaction Sample

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H-17(A) Debt Suspension Model Clause

Please enroll me in the optional [insert name of program], and bill my account the fee of [insert charge for the initial term of coverage]. I understand that enrollment is not required to obtain credit. I also understand that depending on the event, the protection may only temporarily suspend my duty to make minimum payments, not reduce the balance I owe. I understand that my balance will actually grow during the suspension period as interest continues to accumulate.

[To Enroll, Sign Here]/[To Enroll, Initial Here].

X__

[H-17(B) Debt Suspension Sample

Please enroll me in the optional [name of program], and bill my account the fee of $200.00. I understand that enrollment is not required to obtain credit. I also understand that depending on the event, the protection may only temporarily suspend my duty to make minimum payments, not reduce the balance I owe. I understand that my balance will actually grow during the suspension period as interest continues to accumulate.

To Enroll, Initial Here.

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H-19—Private Education Loan Approval Model Form

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H-20—Private Education Loan Final Model Form

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H-21—Private Education Loan Application and Solicitation Sample

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H-22—Private Education Loan Approval Sample

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H-23—Private Education Loan Final Sample

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H-24(A) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Model Form

Description: This is a blank model Loan Estimate that illustrates the application of the content requirements in § 1026.37. This form provides two variations of page one, four variations of page two, and four variations of page three, reflecting the variable content requirements in § 1026.37.

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H-24(B) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Fixed Rate Loan Sample

Description: This is a sample of a completed Loan Estimate for a fixed rate loan. This loan is for the purchase of property at a sale price of $180,000 and has a loan amount of $162,000, a 30-year loan term, a fixed interest rate of 3.875 percent, and a prepayment penalty equal to 2.00 percent of the outstanding principal balance of the loan for the first two years after consummation of the transaction. The consumer has elected to lock the interest rate. The creditor requires an escrow account and that the consumer pay for private mortgage insurance.

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H-24(C) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Interest Only Adjustable Rate Loan Sample

Description: This is a sample of a completed Loan Estimate for an adjustable rate loan with interest only payments. This loan is for the purchase of property at a sale price of $240,000 and has a loan amount of $211,000 and a 30-year loan term. For the first five years of the loan term, the scheduled payments cover only interest and the loan has an introductory interest rate that is fixed at 4.00 percent. After five years, the payments include principal and the interest rate adjusts every three years based on the value of the Monthly Treasury Average index plus a margin of 4.00 percent. The consumer has elected to lock the interest rate. The creditor does not require an escrow account with the loan. The creditor requires that the consumer pay for private mortgage insurance.

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H-24(D) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Refinance Sample

Description: This is a sample of a completed Loan Estimate for a transaction that is for a refinance of an existing mortgage loan that secures the property, for which the consumer is estimated to receive funds from the transaction. The estimated property value is $180,000, the loan amount is $150,000, the estimated outstanding balance of the existing mortgage loan is $120,000, and the interest rate is 4.25 percent. The consumer has elected to lock the interest rate. The creditor requires an escrow account and that the consumer pay for private mortgage insurance.

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H-24(E) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Balloon Payment Sample

Description: This is a sample of the information required by § 1026.37(a) through (c) for a transaction with a loan term of seven years that includes a final balloon payment.

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[H-24(F) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Negative Amortization Sample

Description: This is a sample of the information required by § 1026.37(a) and (b) for a transaction with negative amortization.

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H-24(G) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Modification to Loan Estimate for Transaction Not Involving Seller - Model Form

Description: This is a blank model Loan Estimate that illustrates the application of the content requirements in § 1026.37, with the optional alternative tables permitted by § 1026.37(d)(2) and (h)(2) for transactions without a seller. This form provides one variation of page one, four variations of page two, and four variations of page three, reflecting the variable content requirements in § 1026.37.

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H-25(A) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Model Form

Description: This is a blank model Closing Disclosure that illustrates the content requirements in § 1026.38. This form provides three variations of page one, one page two, one page three, four variations of page four, and four variations of page five, reflecting the variable content requirements in § 1026.38. This form does not reflect modifications permitted under § 1026.38(t).

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H-25(B) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Fixed Rate Loan Sample

Description: This is a sample of a completed Closing Disclosure for the fixed rate loan illustrated by form [H-24(B). The purpose, product, sale price, loan amount, loan term, and interest rate have not changed from the estimates provided on the Loan Estimate. The creditor requires an escrow account and that the consumer pay for private mortgage insurance for the transaction.

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H-25(C) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Borrower Funds From Second-Lien Loan in Summaries of Transactions Sample

Description: This is a sample of the information required on the Closing Disclosure by § 1026.38(j) for disclosure of consumer funds from a simultaneous second-lien credit transaction not otherwise disclosed pursuant to § 1026.38(j)(2)(iii) or (iv) that is used to finance part of the purchase price of the property subject to the transaction.

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H-25(D) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Borrower Satisfaction of Seller's Second-Lien Loan Outside of Closing in Summaries of Transactions Sample

Description: This is a sample of the information required on the Closing Disclosure by § 1026.38(j) and (k) for the satisfaction of a junior-lien transaction by the consumer, which was not paid from closing funds.

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H-25(E) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Refinance Transaction Sample

Description: This is a sample of a completed Closing Disclosure for the refinance transaction illustrated by form [H-24(D). The purpose, loan amount, loan term, and interest rate have not changed from the estimates provided on the Loan Estimate. The outstanding balance of the existing mortgage loan securing the property was less than estimated on the Loan Estimate. The creditor requires an escrow account and that the consumer pay for private mortgage insurance for the transaction.

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H-25(F) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Refinance Transaction Sample (Amount in Excess of § 1026.19(e)(3))

Description: This is a sample of the completed disclosures required by § 1026.38(e) and (h) for a completed Closing Disclosure for the refinance transaction illustrated by form [H-24(D). The Closing Costs have increased in excess of the good faith requirements of § 1026.19(e)(3) by $200, for which the creditor has provided a refund under § 1026.19(f)(2)(v).

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[H-25(G) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Refinance Transaction With Cash From Consumer at Consummation

Description: This is a sample of a completed Closing Disclosure for a refinance transaction in which the consumer must pay additional funds to satisfy the existing mortgage loan securing the property and other existing debt to consummate the transaction.

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H-25(H) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Modification to Closing Cost Details - Model Form

Description: This is a blank model form of the modification to Closing Cost Details permitted by § 1026.38(t)(5)(iv)(B).

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H-25(I) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Modification to Closing Disclosure for Disclosure Provided to Seller - Model Form

Description: This is a blank model form of the modification permitted by § 1026.38(t)(5)(vi).

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H-25(J) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Modification to Closing Disclosure for Transaction Not Involving Seller - Model Form

Description: This is a blank model form of the alternative disclosures and modifications permitted by § 1026.38(d)(2), (e), and (t)(5)(vii) for transactions without a seller.

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H-26 Mortgage Loan Transaction - Pre-Loan Estimate Statement - Model Form

Description: This is a model of the statement required by § 1026.19(e)(2)(ii) to be stated at the top of the front of the first page of a written estimate of terms or costs specific to a consumer that is provided to a consumer before the consumer receives the disclosures required under § 1026.19(e)(1)(i).

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H-27(A) Mortgage Loan Transaction - Written List of Providers - Model Form

Description: This is a blank model form for the written list of settlement service providers required by § 1026.19(e)(1)(vi) and the statement required by § 1026.19(e)(1)(vi)(C) that the consumer may select a settlement service provider that is not on the list.

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H-27(B) Mortgage Loan Transaction - Sample of Written List of Providers

Description: This is a sample of the Written List of Providers for the transaction in the sample Loan Estimate illustrated by form [H-24(B).

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H-27(C) Mortgage Loan Transaction - Sample of Written List of Providers With Services You Cannot Shop for

Description: This is a sample of the Written List of Providers with information about the providers selected by the creditor for the charges disclosed pursuant to § 1026.37(f)(2).

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H-28(A) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Spanish Language Model Form

Description: This is a blank model Loan Estimate that illustrates the application of the content requirements in § 1026.37, and is translated into the Spanish language as permitted by § 1026.37(o)(5)(ii). This form provides two variations of page one, four variations of page two, and four variations of page three, reflecting the variable content requirements in § 1026.37.

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H-28(B) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Spanish Language Purchase Sample

Description: This is a sample of the Loan Estimate illustrated by form [H-24(C) for a 5 Year Interest Only, 5/3 Adjustable Rate loan, translated into the Spanish language as permitted by § 1026.37(o)(5)(ii).

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H-28(C) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Spanish Language Refinance Sample

Description: This is a sample of the Loan Estimate illustrated by form [H-24(D) for a refinance transaction in which the consumer is estimated to receive funds from the transaction, translated into the Spanish language as permitted by § 1026.37(o)(5)(ii).

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H-28(D) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Spanish Language Balloon Payment Sample

Description: This is a sample of the information required by § 1026.37(a) through (c) for a transaction with a loan term of seven years that includes a final balloon payment illustrated by form [H-24(E), translated into the Spanish language as permitted by § 1026.37(o)(5)(ii).

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[H-28(E) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Spanish Language Negative Amortization Sample

Description: This is a sample of the information required by § 1026.37(a) and (b) for a transaction with negative amortization illustrated by form [H-24(F), translated into the Spanish language as permitted by § 1026.37(o)(5)(ii).

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H-28(F) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Spanish Language Model Form

Description: This is a blank model Closing Disclosure that illustrates the content requirements in § 1026.38, and is translated into the Spanish language as permitted by § 1026.38(t)(5)(viii). This form provides three variations of page one, one page two, one page three, four variations of page four, four variations of page five, and two variations of page six reflecting the variable content requirements in § 1026.38. This form does not reflect any other modifications permitted under § 1026.38(t).

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H-28(G) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Spanish Language Purchase Sample

Description: This is a sample of the Closing Disclosure illustrated by form [H-25(B) translated into the Spanish language as permitted by § 1026.38(t)(5)(viii).

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H-28(H) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Spanish Language Refinance Sample

Description: This is a sample of the Closing Disclosure illustrated by form [H-25(E) translated into the Spanish language as permitted by § 1026.38(t)(5)(viii).

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H-28(I) Mortgage Loan Transaction Loan Estimate - Modification to Loan Estimate for Transaction Not Involving Seller - Spanish Language Model Form

Description: This is a blank model Loan Estimate that illustrates form [H-24(G), with the optional alternative disclosures permitted by § 1026.37(d)(2) and (h)(2) for transactions without a seller, translated into the Spanish language as permitted by § 1026.37(o)(5)(ii).

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H-28(J) Mortgage Loan Transaction Closing Disclosure - Modification to Closing Disclosure for Transaction Not Involving Seller - Spanish Language Model Form

Description: This is a blank model Closing Disclosure that illustrates form [H-25(J), with the alternative disclosures under § 1026.38(d)(2), (e), and (t)(5)(vii) for transactions without a seller, translated into the Spanish language as permitted by § 1026.38(t)(5)(viii).

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H-29 Escrow Cancellation Notice Model Form (§ 1026.20(e))

Description: This is a blank model form of the disclosures required by § 1026.20(e).

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H-30(A) Sample Form of Periodic Statement

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H-30(B) Sample Form of Periodic Statement with Delinquency Box

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H-30(C) Sample Form of Periodic Statement for a Payment-Option Loan (§ 1026.41)

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H-30(D) Sample Clause for Homeownership Counselor Contact Information

Housing Counselor Information: If you would like counseling or assistance, you can contact the following:

• U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD): For a list of homeownership counselors or counseling organizations in your area, go to http://www.hud.gov/offices/hsg/sfh/hcc/hcs.cfm or call 800-569-4287.

H-30(E) Sample Form of Periodic Statement for Consumer in Chapter 7 or Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

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[H-30(F) Sample Form of Periodic Statement for Consumer in Chapter 12 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

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