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Asked by inna ivchenko, Calabasas, CA Mon Dec 10, 2012

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Vincent Paige…, Agent, Orlando, FL
Tue Dec 11, 2012
Shadiness is the wrong way to go. Your name is attached to that. I know it is rough out there with the multiple offer situation , but ethics always win in the end.

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Ron Thomas, Agent, Fresno, CA
Mon Dec 10, 2012
I have heard that some Lenders put some DRACULEAN penulties in the Contract for Owner/Occupants.

But aside from that; Idon't like it when people lie.
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Tim Moore, Agent, Kitty Hawk, NC
Mon Dec 10, 2012
If the buyer wants to commit fraud I would suggest you not be involved. If they do it without your knowledge then so be it. This is why I stay away from being with a buyer and lender when they discuss things, it is none of my business so I don't g to those meetings. It's worked fine for 25 years.
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Same here. When buyer comes to me with a letter from a lender, it is not my business to verify. I do my job, lender does his job. And it is not in my business, to do an investigation 'what if'. If I'm told that they buy the house as an owner occupied or not, this is what we write, and this is what they sign.
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