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Hello. Yes the seller can choose to do as they please with thier proceeds. Do you have a Realtor or attorney drawing up a contract for you? If so you should consider adding a clause in there regarding the $30k.
I know the primary answer is to save on commissions. I can understand that. However your exposure to prospect buyers is minimal. What would a Realtor need to do to prove thier worthiness to you?
It is usually important to not open or close any accounts during the loan process. It is better to stay on the safe side. I recommend talking to your lender of choice to see what they recommend.
I don't see how that could have happend. Maybe she didn't finish the process by mistake. I would have her try it again.
You will need to talk to your local lender. Your credit score plays a role the loan approval and the interest rate.
As long as the seller has the discretional funds to cover the second lien at closing, this should not be an issue to you.
If possible- go further out from the city. 1 bedrooms are not a good investment. Try to find a nice 2-3 bedroom townhouse with just a HOA. Why pay for another persons investment when you can get your own?