On a construction-permanent loan (one closing), should the escrow payment be reflected in the first column of the Projected Payments Table?
When disclosed as a single transaction and the construction phase is less than a full year, the first column should reflect payments during the construction and permanent phases, as well as any escrow (and/or mortgage insurance) payment.
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