Six Things Needed To Get a Good Faith Estimate

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If you apply for a loan after Jan 1st 2010 you'll be seeing the NEW GFE. Here are the 6 things needed before your lender can issue one.

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  • I love it! Excellent article. I had a good experience filling forms online and happy to share it with you. I've found PDFfiller - online service for forms filling. It's pretty easy to use and pretty cheap. You can find fillable HUD-GFE here http://goo.gl/tF5Vad
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  • Just in case you need to fill out GFE form, You may find a blank GFE form you need in this site PDFfiller. I found mine through http://goo.gl/bLx5Hm. Hope you find it useful.
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  • Hi Bill,
    You need help with a GFE? John Rapasky from Counsel Mortgage has contact information on the last slide. Give him a call, I'm sure he'll answer any questions you have.
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  • Hello,
    This slideshow is nice but can you explain to me all of that, because I think I need that. It seems useful to me this days.. thanks for this, I’m looking forward that you can help me with this -Scottsdale AZ Real estate agent bill
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  • This presentation is discussed in this New GFE article - http://phoenixrealestatebrokerage.com/2009/12/30/are-you-ready-for-the-new-gfes/
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Six Things Needed To Get a Good Faith Estimate

  1. 1. 6 things a lender needs before issuing a GFE
  2. 2. 1. Property Address
  3. 3. 2. Borrower’s Social Security Number
  4. 4. 3. Borrower’s Monthly Income
  5. 5. 4. Estimated Value of the Property
  6. 6. 5. Loan Amount
  7. 7. 6. Borrower’s Name
  8. 8. www.counselmortgage.com www.johnhall.com

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