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Old 08-19-2014, 11:00 AM
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I know not all here work in real estate or mortgage financing, but I wanted to open a question to all. I just had an attorney's office ask me how far back I wanted a 24 month chain of title to go.

How far back do you think an acceptable 24 month chain of title should go?? (hint this is not a trick question)
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Old 08-19-2014, 11:07 AM
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24 months?
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Old 08-19-2014, 11:19 AM
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If you want to blow his mind tell him NO WAY on the 24 months and insist on 2 years
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Old 08-19-2014, 11:21 AM
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24 months?
Correct, based on this 1 correct answer you are more qualified than the Attorney I am dealing with.
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Originally Posted by creekman View Post
Correct, based on this 1 correct answer you are more qualified than the Attorney I am dealing with.
That will be 300 dollars, next.
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Originally Posted by creekman View Post
Correct, based on this 1 correct answer you are more qualified than the Attorney I am dealing with.
He's a dipstick.

From one in the "industry" (mortgage, god forbid not law), you can thank Mr. Dodd, Mr. Frank and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for all these new and wonderful documentation requirements now required to get a mortgage. Your tax dollars at work! And, as we just love to smile and remind our dear customers here big bank dot com, "These requirements are in place for YOUR protection!"
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Originally Posted by Dulcecita Lures View Post
He's a dipstick.

From one in the "industry" (mortgage, god forbid not law), you can thank Mr. Dodd, Mr. Frank and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for all these new and wonderful documentation requirements now required to get a mortgage. Your tax dollars at work! And, as we just love to smile and remind our dear customers here big bank dot com, "These requirements are in place for YOUR protection!"
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