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Hi SoCal,I got a kick out of reading some of your comments. I'm a real estate agent here up in Silicon Valley. I myself have an engineering background and many of my clients are in the high tech field. All I can say to anyone who gives advice to an engineer is you better be 100% accurate in what you say or the engineer will call you out. Before I got into real estate myself, I used to go to open houses asking agents questions whose answer I already knew. Many of them didn't know the answer and just guessed, thinking I wouldn't know. However, since I'm a nice guy, I just kept it to myself whenever I caught the agent giving me BS.BTW, I went to UCLA for graduate school in Electrical Engineering. I hope SoCal doesn't mean you are a USC Trojan.
A: No, the loan originator may only change those charges and terms that are affected by the specific changed circumstance."
For the REA's who took the time and effort to answer...Thank you for your time and effort. Next time, please don't.How I choose to work my mortgage is really my business. However, I'm not going to walk in blind and trust a transaction of this level to a website that is not backed by a person."There's no way to publish a GFE without a property" ranks up there for "stupid REA comment-of-the-day".First, I explicitly state that I am doing a refi - so that implies that there is already an identified property (i.e., the subject of the existing mortgage).Second, the GFE is specific to the loan amount, not the property. If I know the general amount of the loan, then I can ask for and "shop" GFEs in order to look at rates/fees/etc.Please add the following to your list of stock answers..."While I have been involved in many transactions, I am not a mortgage professional - and you should talk to one to get specific answers to your mortgage questions."
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