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If your intent was to move back into your condo within the time the lender required but for some reason your move was a little delayed then I do not think you really have anything to worry about. The key is what is your intent? The reason the lender is requiring you to move back in within a certain number of days is simply because they want to insure you are not going to use the condo as a rental property. If renting the condo is not your intent then I do not think you have anything to worry about. By the way, that would normally be 14 days after closing. All the best.
I am not sure what you are asking. Both an owner occupied home and a rental home require residential loans. Only the rental/investment property will have a slightly higher interest rate and/or fees. You cannot refinance your primary residence as owner occupied with the intent of leasing it after the loan closes. This would be considered fraud. Otherwise, if you are moving into the home you are refinancing and it will take you more than 14 days to actually move in then I think your lender will understand. Hopefully, this answers your question.
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