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Andrey Sokurec answered:
At let corner, Under your profile click on Listing, Now select manage your listing, Choose the listing you want to edit. Click on save
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Tue Mar 14, 2017
jennifer cleary carter asked:
Sat May 8, 2010
Al Akerman answered:
Judy, as Deb Madey stated, in some parts (as is generally the case where I am in Ocean County) the Realtors are very involved and often like to see a copy of the commitment.

So that I cover myself, I always send an email to the borrower confirming that they don't mind because the conditions can contain some sensitive information at times. Though I don't recall any specific law regarding the commitment, common sense tell me that it falls under your general privacy rights-as Robin has stated.

Fortunately for me, I never had a client who refused to allow me to forward the commitment. Is there a specific reason that you don't want your Realtor to see the commitment?

Good luck.
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