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Old 08-27-2014, 05:54 AM
 
Location: deep woods
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At this step in the process it would be very presumptuous of you to mistrust your family member,Bc so much more needed to take place or happen in the financing process for any of those arrangements to even fall through the cracks; Not to mention,not everything on a purchase contract is always acceptable or approved to satisfy a condition to close or fund a loan for a buyer, so no worries, there are no quick ninjas maneuvers any family member can do to squeeze a quick buck.lol! Most lenders wouldn't approve a referral fee to a non licensed person anyways. It's against most laws in most states, but not all types of transactions.


Is this some of that spambot gibberish I have been reading about?


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Old 08-27-2014, 06:11 AM
 
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At this step in the process it would be very presumptuous of you to mistrust your family member,Bc so much more needed to take place or happen in the financing process for any of those arrangements to even fall through the cracks; Not to mention,not everything on a purchase contract is always acceptable or approved to satisfy a condition to close or fund a loan for a buyer, so no worries, there are no quick ninjas maneuvers any family member can do to squeeze a quick buck.lol! Most lenders wouldn't approve a referral fee to a non licensed person anyways. It's against most laws in most states, but not all types of transactions.

This person is a licensed real estate agent in our state.
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