The time to close is not just the mortgage (lender). It's bigger than that. The way the contract is written and the timelines influence close time.....is it FHA, VA, conventional financing? Is it a foreclosure or are there title issues? Is it an estate with multiple heirs? Do you need a survey? How much time did you allocate for your inspection period? Many lenders will not order an appraisal until after the walk-away option period used for inspections. Are you using any local programs for closing cost assistance?
There are a ton of things that influence closing time. I have personally closed a conventional financed quick deal in 2 weeks and have seen closings take 6-8 weeks and sometimes longer.....this question is best suited for your real estate agent that knows your specific situation. Good Luck.... more
Ed, I have looked at these a number of times. My gut tells me the bride comes, but not the groom. The bride is interested in her gown, her flowers, her favors, etc.
I personally do not feel this is the venue where I want to spend my money. Also, brides come to these shows years before the wedding date.
I do love your creativeness and your enthusiasm in wanting to market yourself.
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This varies by task, but usually mapping can process a simple split or combine between 1-4 weeks depending on the workload. It may take 3-6 months to be processed by the whole office. It just depends on thier work load I have seen it take less and I have seen it take more....... more