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June 22, 2005

Who can I yell at?

There has to be someone else as I've already snarled at Mortgage Broker.

He called me today to tell me that he had to choose a different lender than he had originally planned to go with, and now I need a letter from my new boss stating that I will be starting work in Tacoma before our closing date of July 18th.

Except that I've already asked for (and received) a letter stating that I will be starting work on August 1.

Apparently, the lender doesn't believe that I can just move my current job from one place to another without interrupting my actual employment. I'm not changing companies, or even positions! There is still a one-month period before our first payment is due! The resoning behind this? Our house won't be considered "owner occupied" unless I "start" my job before clsing, allowing for a higher interest rate.

I've already left a rambling message on the new boss's voice mail attempting to explain why I need her to lie for me, even though she hasn't ever actually seen me in person.

I'm working hard to believe that this is just a normal hiccup in the escrow process and that things will fall into place shortly. I am not being punished.


Posted by Ensie at June 22, 2005 03:27 PM


You could always refinance right away and get that lower rate. And yes the MB sounds like a spazmoid.

Posted by: eden at June 23, 2005 11:09 AM

What a pain!! Hang in there, though. You have less than a month left to deal with this madness (and then you'll have a whole new madness to occupy your time!).

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