Closing Disclosure

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Background to the Closing Disclosure

The Closing Disclosure is designed to inform a borrower of the final details about their mortgage loan and is the final version of the Loan Estimate.

The Closing Disclosure is a 5 page form that a borrower must receive at least three business days before closing a mortgage loan, that includes the loan terms, projected monthly payments, fees and other costs (closing costs).

Learn more about the Closing Disclosure:
To make sure you use the correct form, check the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau website for blank forms, samples and further help, as well as learning more about the Closing Disclosure.

Example forms to download:
Below are some forms from the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau (cfpb). These were the latest forms at the time of publishing and have not been updated for several years, but please check the cfpb website in case there are new versions.

What Closing Disclosure do we provide?

Lender Spreadsheet provides an editable sample Closing Disclosure form.
This form is purely for information only and is for a Fixed Rate loan.

Create Closing Disclosure

Firstly, make sure you have entered all the setup information for your loan correctly, as some fields on the Closing Disclosure form are automatically calculated for you.

Click on the Closing Disclosure worksheet.

Enter your data in the highlighted fields only. All other fields are locked and automatically calculated.

Illustrated example of the Closing Disclosure form showing where you can enter your data and what is automatically calculated and displayed

Loan Calculations
There are fields on Page 5 that are automatically calculated, but we allow you to override these calculations if you choose.

To assist you, below are links to further information on what these fields are and what they include:

What is the Total of Payments?
Learn about the Total of Payments and what it means.

What is the Finance Charge?
Learn about the Finance Charge and what is included.

What is the Amount Financed?
Learn about the Amount Financed and what it means.

What is the Annual Percentage Rate (APR)?
Learn about what's included in the APR and what it means.

Illustrated section of the Closing Disclosure showing how some automatically calculated fields can be overriden

Our form also allows you to adjust the amount of mortgage insurance that will be included in the loan. This will be added to the Total of Payments under Loan Calculations.

Illustrated example of section of the Closing Disclosure showing the Mortgage Insurance amount and number of months manually entered to override the calculated fields

Remove the Pink Color BEFORE Printing
The pink highlighted cells are designed to make it easy for you to enter your data and identify which cells are unlocked. However, for printing this is not ideal as the pink collar will be printed too.

Remove the highlight color from unlocked cells
It is easy to remove the pink highlight from editable cells. Learn how to remove the highlight color.

Print your Loan Estimate

It is easy to print your Loan Estimate or save it as a pdf file. Learn more about printing and saving to pdf.

Add an Electronic Signature
If you intend to save your form as a pdf and email it to your borrower, you can add an image of your signature, so that you do not need to print the form to paper first, sign it and then scan it to pdf. Learn how to add an image of your signature to your form.

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