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John Nortton, Home Buyer in Minneapolis, MN

If I get a new job while I am in the processing of closing a house, will that put my financing in jeopardy?

Asked by John Nortton, Minneapolis, MN Mon Jun 30, 2008

I am currently going through an FHA loan. I have already sent in documentations of my assets and pay I need to wait until the closing is done before I can start a new job or accept a job offer?

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Yes makes life easy what's a few weeks extra obtain your purchase.
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One of the last steps the underwriter will take before issuing a "clear-to-close" is a telephone call to your employer to verify employment.

If you change jobs while you are in underwriting, you could be forced to wait until after 30 days with your new employer. During this period, your application will be suspended by the lender. All date sensitive documents will expire (such as pay stubs, bank statements, etc) and will have to be re-supplied.

Your lender will also require a new Verification of Employment form from the new employer.

Any of these items could cause your application to be denied.

You also could be at risk for fraud if you accept new employment and fail to provide that information to your lender (Fraud by Ommission).

Changing jobs is one of the Top Five Ways to Crash and Burn on a Mortgage Application. Wait until after your loan closes.
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