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  • in reply to: We Closed!!! #67550
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    CONGRATULATIONS!!!!

    in reply to: Clear to Close! #67328
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    CONGRATULATIONS!!!!

    in reply to: Clear to close #67279
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    CONGRATULATIONS!!!!

    in reply to: We Closed!!! #67036
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    CONGRATULATIONS! I pray you have many years of happiness in your new home!

    in reply to: Finally Closed #66867
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    CONGRATULATIONS!

    in reply to: Final Clear to Close #66415
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    CONGRATULATIONS!!!!

    in reply to: Max buydown for BofA #61006
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    Tim has recently stated that both Protity and Non-Priority members can contribute up to 7% minus $3,000 origination fee and the seller also can contribute up to 10%

    in reply to: Question about interest rate for Nonpriority members #60386
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    Tim Trumble can you please chime in on this? At my homebuyers workshop I was told that non priority members were now capped at 5% contribution, and that included any contributions from the seller.

    in reply to: Non Priority Area, Confused #59079
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    If you are a priority member you sholud be able to purchase anywhere. Non- priority members are restricted to purchase in a priority area.

    in reply to: Low Appraisal #58976
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    Hello,
    The appraisal value should be based off the most recect sales of similar homes in the neighborhood. The appraisal should have also been completed by an independent party and not a county agency. The only things you can do at this point is wait for the results of the appraisal dispute. I wish you luck.

    in reply to: Buying a house on a busy street. #58424
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    Al92, if you don’t mind me asking; what city are you buying in?

    in reply to: Buydown Max for non priority members #58414
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    No problem cb, I just really need to get an answer to my question it possibly could determine my decision to buy.

    in reply to: Buydown Max for non priority members #58386
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    Hello Nelsont,
    Thanks for the reply. Under HOEPA the buyer can contribute up to 7% munis the $3,000 origination fee. Tim Trumble commented recently that the seller can also contribute up 10% on top of that, even for a non priority memeber. I was told last night that is not the case, therfore I am seeking clarification.

    in reply to: VOE #50530
    truque94
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    Thank you Tim! That was the answer I needed. I will definitely look for you in Baltimore.

    in reply to: VOE #50495
    truque94
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    Yes I know I will need it prior to close to verify employment, but wanted to see if it was absolutely necessary in order to get qualified at the ATD event.

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