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A Curious User
7 months ago
I have read about all the fees we will pay in closing costs but our lender is accounting for a $6k FHA Loan Fee on a 350K Loan that doesn't seem to have any rime or reason, is this normal? It is not apart of the normal insurance,tax,commissions, etc,etc.
I have read about all the fees we will pay in closing costs but our lender is accounting for a $6k FHA Loan Fee on a 350K Loan that doesn't seem to have any rime or reason, is this normal? It is not apart of the normal insurance,tax,commissions,... (more)
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Emily Taylor
8 months ago
I have money for the down payment on a house. My question is can the closing costs and attorney fees be added to the loan amount?
I have money for the down payment on a house. My question is can the closing costs and attorney fees be added to the loan amount?
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A Curious User
a year ago
If loan has a tax proration charge to buyer, can that fee be included with total closing costs that the seller credit can be applied to? If a tax proration credit to buyer, do we have to deduct that amount from total closing costs to determine max amount seller credit can be applied to?
If loan has a tax proration charge to buyer, can that fee be included with total closing costs that the seller credit can be applied to? If a tax proration credit to buyer, do we have to deduct that amount from total closing costs to determine max... (more)
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Neil Petrocelli
a year ago
Basically my home is valued at $405K, After closing costs and around 10K cash out, I will be borrowing around $345K. If the value of my home increases whereby my LTV goes to around 75-77%, can't I get the PMI waved? The company said no? Is this true?
Basically my home is valued at $405K, After closing costs and around 10K cash out, I will be borrowing around $345K. If the value of my home increases whereby my LTV goes to around 75-77%, can't I get the PMI waved? The company said no? Is this... (more)
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A Curious User
a year ago
Trying to see if purchaser can use prorated property taxes as part of the down payment.
Trying to see if purchaser can use prorated property taxes as part of the down payment.
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A Curious User
2 years ago
Our real estate agent told us that we should put in an offer for a specific home but request an amount for seller paid closing costs. If there's a limit on what is allowed, then I guess we should probably negotiate the price down also to get the best deal.
Our real estate agent told us that we should put in an offer for a specific home but request an amount for seller paid closing costs. If there's a limit on what is allowed, then I guess we should probably negotiate the price down also to get the... (more)
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