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Useful Forms for Seller Financed Transactions, Loans, Real
Estate Transactions, etc.
The following sample forms are available for your viewing and
are described below. The forms are provided in Adobe Acrobat PDF
format. The Adobe Acrobat Reader software is required to view
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- FNMA 1003
– Fannie Mae Uniform Residential Loan Application. Is widely
used throughout the loan industry.
- Good Faith
Estimate – Provides a prospective borrower(s) with an
estimate of the expected costs involved in financing their
Truth in Lending Disclosure – REG Z – Shows the
prospective borrower(s) what their overall repayment costs are
surrounding the financing.
- Borrowers Credit
Authorization Form – When signed by the prospective
borrower(s), Authorizes you or whomever to be able to obtain
credit information on those prospective borrower(s).
- Transfer of
Servicing Disclosure Form – If you intend on selling the
financing you provided to borrower(s), this may be useful to
- (VOM) Verification
of Mortgage – Request form made to a prospective
borrower(s) existing Mortgage lender to provide information on
their loan account.
- (VOE) Verification
of Employment- Request form made to a prospective
borrower(s) past or present employer to provide information
surrounding their employment.
- (VOR) Verification
of Rent - Request form made to a prospective borrower(s)
past of present Landlord to provide information about their
- Gift Letter
– A letter provided by any party that may have provided
"gifted funds" to prospective borrower(s).
- W-9 Taxpayer ID Form-
Confirms Taxpayer information for IRS use about prospective
Please Note: Sunvest International, Inc. does
not provide legal, tax, economic, or investment advice. Sunvest
International, Inc. also disclaims all liability for any action or
inaction taken or not taken as a result of your decision to use
any of these forms for transactional purposes. It is advised that
each person should consult their own counsel, accountant and other
advisors as to any legal, tax, economic, investment, and related
matters concerning the use of any of these forms, or other issues
surrounding real estate and other investments.