Tony I would suggest that your attorney get involved and contact the buyer's agent. In Colorado, the buyer's financial ability to perform is a material fact, so if anything happened that would keep the buyer from getting a loan (lost their job, etc.), the buyer's agent would have to disclose that. However, your lawyer should be able to give you advice if the mortgage committment deadline has passed and the buyer did not use that as an opportunity to notify you in writing that they couldn't get financing so they could get their earnest money back. If there are no other deadlines available for the buyer to use to get out of the contract without being in default, your lawyer should be able to help you retain the earnest money if the buyer doesn't close.
But to be specific, the bank won't tell you anything about the buyer's loan.
Keller Williams Partners