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Still lots of information missing:

http://allthingsfinancial.blogspot.com/2005/01/do-math-before-refinancing-mortgage.html

We still owe about $80,000 on our original 30 year mortgage and another $11,800 on a home equity loan.

Grand Total (Fees) $2,353.55

By the time all the fees and reserves were calculated, the amount being financed was $101,300.

80,000 + 11,800 + 2,350 = 94,150

101,300 - 94,150 = 7,150 unaccounted for.

There must be more to this story then we have been told.

Just my $0.02.

Regards, JAFO

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