03-18-2013 12:12 PM
I have come a long way..I've been working on my credit for a good 2yrs now and finally got pre-approved 2 months ago!....long story short, we found a house and are under contract, inspection went well and we got a conditional approval from the lender. I turned in all the condtions they asked for (w-2s, updated bank statements, letter of explantions for negative items on credit reports) last wednesday 3/13 and they still have not reviewed them or cleared them yet. I know it takes a few days for that, but my question is, how likely are they to ask for additional conditions? I can't get excited about moving until I know I'm completely approved. I just hope they don't come back asking for more conditional items. I'm sweating bullets right now. What are your experiences? if you've had a conditional approval, did they clear them and not ask for anything else??
03-18-2013 12:14 PM
They came back and asked me for very minor things, updated bank statement showing a deposit and a couple signatures on some of the LOEs I had to write. Now I'm just waiting for clear to close and they told me they do not need anything else.
03-18-2013 12:29 PM
I am in the same boat right now, waiting for clear to close and iv been told over and over not to worry we got this.
We got some conditions with our approval and they were way easy.
03-20-2013 05:18 AM
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