This link should help you understand the GFE, what it includes, what is not included, what might change, and what should not change.
Your required down payment does not appear on the Good Faith Estimate of Closing Costs (GFE). Only closing costs appear on the GFE.
You should have received a copy of your Loan Application from your Lender.
If you look at page 4 of the application in Section VII "Details of Transaction" you will see the down payment included with your other costs.
The down payment will appear either on Line "l" or "p" or both. If your Lender credits you for the earnest money deposit you made when you signed the purchase agreement (contract of sale) then you'll see that credit appearing on Line "l." If not, or, if you only made a partial deposit of your total required 5% down payment, then the down payment (full or balance due) will appear along with your other closing costs you're paying in cash at closing on Line "p."
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