According to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the answer is no for just about everybody.
- Increasing the annual percentage rate (APR) by more than 1/8 of a percentage point for a fixed-rate loan or ¼ of a percentage point for an adjustable-rate loan
- The addition of a prepayment penalty
- Changes in the loan product, from a fixed rate to an adjustable-rate loan, for example
Many things can (and probably will) change in the days leading up to closing that won’t require a new three-day period, including typos on the forms, problems discovered on a walk-through and most changes to payments made at closing, including changes that require seller credits.
Or TEXT the word ‘LOAN’ to 38470