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I’m getting good-faith estimates from a few lenders. I cannot figure out apples to apples to save my life!

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  1. We just did this and discovered that, although they provide you with standardized forms, they can sorta put whatever they want on your documents for the fees. The lender we went with failed to include $1600 in taxes on her “good faith estimate” and there’s not a darn thing I can do about it now. Grr.
    If it’s stuff like interest rates with and without origination fees, I’d be happy to help you with this if you wish (satogaeru at yahoo). But if you’re just trying to figure out why one form has dollars for an item and another form doesn’t, it’s because it’s “good faith” and there’s not a darn thing you can do about it either.

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  2. We just did this and discovered that, although they provide you with standardized forms, they can sorta put whatever they want on your documents for the fees. The lender we went with failed to include $1600 in taxes on her “good faith estimate” and there’s not a darn thing I can do about it now. Grr.
    If it’s stuff like interest rates with and without origination fees, I’d be happy to help you with this if you wish (satogaeru at yahoo). But if you’re just trying to figure out why one form has dollars for an item and another form doesn’t, it’s because it’s “good faith” and there’s not a darn thing you can do about it either.

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  3. We just did this and discovered that, although they provide you with standardized forms, they can sorta put whatever they want on your documents for the fees. The lender we went with failed to include $1600 in taxes on her “good faith estimate” and there’s not a darn thing I can do about it now. Grr.
    If it’s stuff like interest rates with and without origination fees, I’d be happy to help you with this if you wish (satogaeru at yahoo). But if you’re just trying to figure out why one form has dollars for an item and another form doesn’t, it’s because it’s “good faith” and there’s not a darn thing you can do about it either.

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  4. We just did this and discovered that, although they provide you with standardized forms, they can sorta put whatever they want on your documents for the fees. The lender we went with failed to include $1600 in taxes on her “good faith estimate” and there’s not a darn thing I can do about it now. Grr.
    If it’s stuff like interest rates with and without origination fees, I’d be happy to help you with this if you wish (satogaeru at yahoo). But if you’re just trying to figure out why one form has dollars for an item and another form doesn’t, it’s because it’s “good faith” and there’s not a darn thing you can do about it either.

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  5. We just did this and discovered that, although they provide you with standardized forms, they can sorta put whatever they want on your documents for the fees. The lender we went with failed to include $1600 in taxes on her “good faith estimate” and there’s not a darn thing I can do about it now. Grr.
    If it’s stuff like interest rates with and without origination fees, I’d be happy to help you with this if you wish (satogaeru at yahoo). But if you’re just trying to figure out why one form has dollars for an item and another form doesn’t, it’s because it’s “good faith” and there’s not a darn thing you can do about it either.

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  6. Not that I’m bitter.

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  7. If you haven’t tried with a credit union, you might want to. It has been my experience that you get a better deal with them.

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  8. If you haven’t tried with a credit union, you might want to. It has been my experience that you get a better deal with them.

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  9. If you haven’t tried with a credit union, you might want to. It has been my experience that you get a better deal with them.

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  10. If you haven’t tried with a credit union, you might want to. It has been my experience that you get a better deal with them.

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  11. If you haven’t tried with a credit union, you might want to. It has been my experience that you get a better deal with them.

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  12. That is good advice indeed. Loan or no loan, we need to join.

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