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Mon Jul 1, 2013
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Yes even though that should NEVER happen it certainly could if the loan officer was not paying attention to the lock expiration dates. I would definitely speak to the loan officer's supervisor but if the rate truly expired there may not be anything they can do. If it's a bank they may be able to be in a better position to assist as opposed to a mortgage broker. Please let us know how that all turns out and good luck.

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Brent Mendelson
Senior Loan Officer
1ST Mariner Mortgage
O-240-235-5314
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Bmendelson@1stMarinerbank.com
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Sat May 25, 2013
Thomas Young answered:
From my experience with 203k loans, the best advice is to use a lender that offers assistance via third party with 203k processing.
This shortens the closing time by weeks. Try http://www.cfs-mortgage.com/203k for more information. ... more
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