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Just because the external parties to the transaction aren't notified of every daily action taken to fund a loan doesn't mean nothing's happening. The lender is the party with the gold. I've never known a lender that thought an "explanation" was necessary or desirable.

Once the process is that far along, it is difficult to change lenders. When a lender misses their stated funding dates by weeks, the other parties are going to be asking questions. Getting answers isn't easy. To all appearances there wasn't anything preventing funding.
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