If the BorrowerBorrowerPerson who is the obligor per the Note. is a non-profit entity, then you must ensure that each of the following complies with Part I, Chapter 3: Borrower, Guarantor, Key Principals, and Principals:
- the BorrowerBorrowerPerson who is the obligor per the Note. ;
- Key PrincipalsKey PrincipalsAny Person who controls and/or manages the Borrower or the Property, is critical to the successful operation and management of the Borrower and the Property, and who may be required to provide a Guaranty. ;
- GuarantorsGuarantorsKey Principal or other Person executing a Payment Guaranty, Non-Recourse Guaranty, or any other Mortgage Loan guaranty. ; and
- PrincipalsPrincipalsPerson who owns or controls specified interests in the Borrower per Part I, Chapter 3: Borrower, Guarantor, Key Principals, and Principals, Section 303: Key Principals, Principals, and Guarantors. .
If the BorrowerBorrowerPerson who is the obligor per the Note. is a non-profit entity, you may reimburse the BorrowerBorrowerPerson who is the obligor per the Note. from the Origination FeeOrigination FeeFee you charge the Borrower for underwriting and originating the Mortgage Loan. for up to a combined total of $10,000 for the cost of any required MH CommunityMH CommunityResidential real estate development with lots on which manufactured homes are located, together with amenities, utility services, landscaping, roads, and other infrastructure. Mortgage LoanMortgage LoanMortgage debt obligation evidenced, or when made will be evidenced, by the Loan Documents, or a mortgage debt obligation with a Fannie Mae credit enhancement. third-party reports (e.g., AppraisalAppraisalWritten statement independently and impartially prepared by a qualified appraiser stating an opinion of the market value of the Property as of a specific date, supported by the presentation and analysis of relevant market information. , Environmental Site AssessmentEnvironmental Site AssessmentReport (either a Phase I ESA or a Phase II ESA) identifying whether a Property is subject to Recognized Environmental Conditions or Business Environmental Risks. ).
Fannie Mae will reimburse the cost of any third-party report within 2 months after the delivery of the Mortgage LoanMortgage LoanMortgage debt obligation evidenced, or when made will be evidenced, by the Loan Documents, or a mortgage debt obligation with a Fannie Mae credit enhancement. . To receive reimbursement, you must:
- request an invoice from the vendor with the report cost listed as a separate line item from any ancillary charges (Fannie Mae will not reimburse other costs such as fees for expediting a report);
- within 1 month after the Mortgage Loan Origination DateMortgage Loan Origination DateDate you fund a Mortgage Loan to the Borrower.
- complete Form 4829, detailing the Lender’sLender’sPerson Fannie Mae approved to sell or service Mortgage Loans. information, the commitment number or loan number, PropertyPropertyMultifamily residential real estate securing the Mortgage Loan, including the fee simple or Leasehold interest, Improvements, and personal property (per the Uniform Commercial Code). information, wiring instructions, and listing the third-party cost as “Other” (note that any fields related to servicing may be left blank); and
- manually sign or e-sign Form 4829, scan or save it as a PDF file, and email the signed PDF Form 4829 and the third-party report invoice to: [email protected].