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Posts: 167
Registered: ‎12-04-2012

Opting out of prescreened offers

This seems a silly question, but I'd rather hear back from a few people before acting on it.  We are very nearly finished with a USDA loan and expect to close around 2/15.  My credit has come quite a ways in the last several months.  I try to stay on top of monitoring it.  That said, I neglected to opt out of prescreened offers up until now.  It seems like a really good idea though.  Would doing this right now have any affect on my mortgage process?

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Posts: 3,302
Registered: ‎06-09-2010

Re: Opting out of prescreened offers

Absolutely not.

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