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bobkerry

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well i also agree with all you people....you must call that guy....or else you must consult to another person who can help you out this......

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A huge bank, they have their hands full because of this mortgage crisis.  You have little to no leverage with them. So I strongly suggest calling many banks up and just talking to a mortgage officer. 

Let them know who you are (a local investor) and what you want to do.  Ask what they have available in their portfolio now. A local bank, you should have.  If the rate lock expired because they weren't ready to do closing, I would insist that they renew the rate lock.  You should have much more leverage with the local bank.Josh Hamilton Jersey

 


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I agree with you that it is now the right time however it is not really sound easy.Good luck about it.I remember when i was studying in a training center at http://www.eximia.fi/ in Finland where i should really need to pursue it to add to my knowledge.Well you don't have any debt for sure you will making it quite easy.
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