I would not be concerned with this occurrence alone, but it sounds like there may be other underlying concerns that you have had with your agent along the way?
So you understand the logistics of this process, the lenderâ€™s attorney/title company (otherwise knows as the closing or conveyancing agent) is the one who prepares the HUD, so your lender is the first in line to be â€œin the knowâ€. It seems to me, that there was a gap of time where your Agent was not updated by the lender or closing agent.
I hope your closing went well and that you donâ€™t feel that you experienced a loss where you need a recourse. And congratulations on your new home!
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The HUD is prepared....closing will soon take place - tomorrow......be happy!
If your agent was misinformed, or if her information was lagging, and not up to the minute - it happens............why do you think she would purposely be giving you wrong information?
It doesn't make sense to me.
If all esle fails......why not just ASK her why her information was wrong?
Good luck with your closing!
Your lender and agent might not be on the same page, doesn't necessarily mean your agent is hiding it from you. Remember the goal of your agent is to get you closed as quickly as possible so that you get your home and he or she gets paid.
Be happy your HUD-1 is done and good luck on your closing.