These days there are a lot of things that are lumped into the category of Origination Fee. I would guess that what this might be is 2 points, plus bank fees.
This question was posed over 3 months ago, and I do remember locking in a conforming 15 year fixed at that time for 2.75% with 0 points, so the origination fee was $1295, which are our total bank costs including tax service fee and flood cert, which some lenders put on a different line, but we include in our underwriting fee which goes where the origination fee is. However, I have chosen to price my loans out based on a lower commission structure because my average loan size is much larger. Many loan officers price their loans out higher than I do, plus there is a .75 adjustment for the credit score of 712, and if the loan-to-value is higher, it could be more than that. Also, pricing is better on larger loan sizes of $200,000-$417,000. It is always a good idea to compare, and sometimes paying a higher rate makes sense because on a 15 year fixed, the points you pay take much longer to recoup in terms of savings.