It doesn't mean that the loan approval will occur on the promised date.There are never any guarantees in life, other than taxes and death.I went through my email files recently, deleting old emails related to a mortgage we tried to get 18 months ago. Trying to get financing on that place was such a PITA that we just finally paid cash for it. I had weeks of emails with the lender, trying to find out when he had submitted the appraisal, (10 days after we had approved it in an email,) and many inquiring where the heck it was in the revue process two weeks after they received it. Those lenders made going through Amerisave feel like a walk in the park.None of it was the Realtor's fault, however, which was my whole point. ;-)
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