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Wed Jan 6, 2016
USDAMTGHUB answered:
Your 401K savings does not have any bearing on the household income limits. The income limits depend on household size among many other factors. Contact us to discuss, we are always happy to help..

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Wed Jul 16, 2014
Jeremy Vogan answered:
My company has many rent to own properties. Call me at 540 487 0480 to discuss!
Jeremy Vogan
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Fri Nov 8, 2013

To get started with me, simply call me and that will start the process.

Look forward to speaking with you.
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Wed Aug 15, 2012
James Deskins answered:
No, it's not. I know others say probably not but the answer is "no." (I know this question is old but I'm sure somebody else will have the same question eventually)
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Wed Aug 15, 2012
James Deskins answered:
>>If there is no contract there is usually no preapproval.

Really? Not where I come from. Pre-approval comes before anybody sees a home.
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Wed Mar 25, 2009
ValorieLynn answered:
You can cancel the application. Most of the time lenders don't take application fees because they have to keep them in a different escrow account. If you already paid for the appraisal, you can't get that back. Any money already spent is gone...but you have no obligation to stick with them (typically). I'm a mortgage broker also and I can't think of anything that would legally bind you...wait...UNLESS...look at the mortgage broker business contract. Somtimes they obligate you to pay the total commission if you back out. If there has been poor service on their part, it may negate that part of the contract anyway. I have never seen a lender hold a borrower to that, but it's a risk. Hope I helped a little!
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