Eligible Mortgage Loan definition

Eligible Mortgage Loan means a Mortgage Loan:
Eligible Mortgage Loan means a Purchased Mortgage Loan which complies with the representations and warranties set forth on Schedule 1 to this Repurchase Agreement.
Eligible Mortgage Loan means, on any date of determination, a Mortgage Loan:

Examples of Eligible Mortgage Loan in a sentence

  • Each Agency Eligible Mortgage Loan was originated in Strict Compliance with and remains in compliance with the Agency Guides.

  • Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Seller may amend, modify or waive any term or condition of the individual Mortgage Loans in accordance with Accepted Servicing Practices and the Agency Guides; provided, that Seller shall promptly notify Purchaser of any amendment, modification or waiver that causes any Mortgage Loan to cease to be an Eligible Mortgage Loan.


More Definitions of Eligible Mortgage Loan

Eligible Mortgage Loan means a Mortgage Loan with respect to which each of the following statements is accurate and complete (and the Borrower by including such Mortgage Loan in any computation of the Aggregate Collateral Value of the Borrowing Base shall be deemed to so represent to Agent and Lenders at and as of the date of such computation):
Eligible Mortgage Loan. A Mortgage Loan that meets the eligibility criteria set forth in the Transactions Terms Letter.
Eligible Mortgage Loan means a Mortgage Loan (including a Wet Funded Loan) with respect to which each of the following statements shall be accurate and complete (and Borrower, by including such Mortgage Loan in any computation of the Borrowing Base, shall be deemed to so represent and warrant to the Lenders as of the date of such computation):
Eligible Mortgage Loan means a Mortgage Loan which (a) is an Approved Mortgage Product, (b) complies with the representations and warranties set forth on Schedule 1 hereto, (c) is not a Defective Mortgage Loan, and (d) is not a Delinquent Mortgage Loan.
Eligible Mortgage Loan means a Mortgage Loan secured by a first mortgage lien or a second mortgage lien on a one-to-four family residential property, as to which the representations and warranties in Section 6.10 and Part I of Schedule 1 hereof are correct; provided that, in no event shall any Eligible Mortgage Loan be a security for purposes of any securities or blue-sky laws.
Eligible Mortgage Loan means a first-lien, fixed rate or adjustable-rate Mortgage Loan originated in accordance with the criteria of Xxxxxx Mae or Xxxxxxx Mac for the purchase of mortgage loans or in accordance with the criteria of Xxxxxx Mae for the guarantee of securities backed by mortgage loans and in each case, meeting the representations and warranties set forth on Schedule I hereto and other criteria set forth on Schedule II hereto, together with (i) the Servicing Rights related thereto, (ii) all related records, (iii) all rights of the Seller to receive from any third party or to take delivery of any records or other documents which constitute a part of the related mortgage files or servicing files and (iv) all documents, instruments, chattel paper, and general intangibles and all products and proceeds relating to or constituting any or all of the foregoing. Furthermore, no Mortgage Loan shall be an Eligible Mortgage Loan if (i) any payment required under such Mortgage Loan is delinquent; (ii) the Purchase Price of such Mortgage Loan, when added to the aggregate outstanding Purchase Price of all Purchased Assets that are then subject to Transactions exceeds the Maximum Aggregate Purchase Price; (iii) such Mortgage Loan has already been subject to a Transaction for more than one hundred-twenty (120) days in the aggregate (whether or not consecutive); (iv) such Mortgage Loan has previously been the subject of a Transaction and the Takeout Investor has rejected such Mortgage Loan; (v) such Mortgage Loan has been converted to an REO Property, (vi) the Diligence Provider has previously reported in a Final Diligence Report that such Mortgage Loan had a Level C Exception, a Level D Exception, a violation of the TILA RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule or a Valuation Deficiency, (vii) such mortgage loan is subject to payment forbearance or a trial modification. A Wet Loan will only constitute an Eligible Mortgage Loan for a period of ten (10) Business Days following the date on which such Wet Loan is funded, after which, to the extent the required loan documents have not been delivered to the Mortgage Loan Custodian by such time, such Wet Loan shall no longer be an Eligible Mortgage Loan.
Eligible Mortgage Loan. A mortgage loan that is a fixed-rate or Adjustable-Rate Mortgage Loan that is secured by either a 1st lien or 2nd lien Mortgage on a single family (i.e., one- to four-unit) residential Mortgaged Property located in any of the 50 states of the United States or in the District of Columbia; provided, however, that such mortgage loan shall not be a High Cost Loan or a HOEPA Loan. Notwithstanding the foregoing, an Eligible Mortgage Loan shall be one of the types of mortgage loans that the Servicer currently services on its servicing platform.