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The 6% may have come from the seller, but not in the form of cash in hand. It was to be applied toward closing costs. It could not have been cash back to the borrower because that would have been an unallowable incentive to purchase.

BTW, a 6% seller concession isn't a "county special." It's allowed by most lenders but only in the manner described above.
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