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You are not supposed to do it, At closing almost all lenders will have the buyer and seller sign an arms length transaction affidavit, stating under oath and perjury that there is absolutelly NO RELATION between buyer and seller, so would you sign that affidavit??
This is a legal matter, so you must consult with an attorney, but in most cases, lenders will have you sign an "arms Length Transaction Affidavit" which means that buyer and seller has to sign a notarized affidavit under oath and perjury if false, that there is no relation between buyer and seller, so would you sign that, knowing that is not true??
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