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Your score would not have given you the best rate.
If you were seeking a no cost loan, you would not have been given the best rate.
If you needed 100% Financing, you would not have been given the best rate.
Did you compare the GFE to atleast one other broker offer?
Did you go onto a website like to see if the rate with your circumstances and scores was high to begin with.
You will not find a lawyer to take a case stating that you should have gotten a better rate based on your scores.
You hold responsibility to your own due diligence. You're also responsible for finding the best person for the job....you are not forced to use a certain person.....you can choose whom ever you wish to work with.
What were his qualifications? His experience, his credit history?
You didnt state what rate you got and when..........so we can't really agree that you got screwed on your rate.
Did you ask him what your rate would be if you paid his fees upfront?
In our experience working with a broker saves borrowers $.
But Borrowers still have to take responsibility and either educate themselves (and dont fall for inexplicable lines) or bomard their broker with questions until they do understand.
If he's not forth coming and transparent, or doesn't educate his clients via his website or blog... you should have moved onto to someone else.........
I doubt you would have a case.
GaryCheck TRW score free
Thank you for contribution. In a few more years I can start collecting. I do appreciate it because I paid for many years myself for others before me. Please keep working. Thank-You again.
RonCheck financing score free
Yes you can. Make sure when you discuss rollover, you want direct rollover. This is a trustee to trustee exchange. If you do a regular rollover, the proceeds will be subject to mandatory 20% withholding even if you are going to put it in another IRA within the 60 day time limit. Doing a direct rollover keeps the government from getting their grubby little paws on your hard-earned money.
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I wouldn't say played. She is insecure and not postitive what she wants. Sounds to me that she is feeling you out; to help make her mind up.
Don't beg what ever you do. That is what women want a man to do; beg. They will never respect you if you do. Just stand firm, secure, honest and open minded. Basically, tell her how you feel, but at the same time let her know that you are secure and that your going to be alright either way.
That will bust her bubble with holding the cards. Be a bro. and do it right dude.
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I AGREE WITH DOOGIE
In your post you said you didn't "notice" what he did.
PLEASE. At settlement, these papers are explained. It's written down. You signed the note that explains the interest rate and its schedule.
You signed a typed copy of your application at settlement.
This information was in front of you!!! Why didn't you read it.
The lender gave you a good faith estimate under federal law. If he didn't then report him.
NO ONE MADE YOU PURCHASE a home that I know you knew you couldn't afford. If you had done ANY homework you must have known that the teaser rate was a low rate. Did you honestly believe that you could get something for free.
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You can not give IRA money to a relative to "hold". Once money is taken out from your account is becomes taxable income, plus there is an extra 10% penalty due to the fact that you withdrawal funds before the age of 591/2. If you don't feel comfortable in managing your investments, use a balanced fund offered by such mutual fund companies as the American Funds, TRowe Price, Fidelity or Vanguard. Balanced funds offer you downsize protection with upside potential.