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Get those addendums sent out quickly!

Updated: Feb 21, 2023

Did you share that addendum you just had signed with both the lender and the attorney? Make sure you get those sent out quickly. A lot of times the lenders may need to throw those over to underwriting to get approved, especially if it has to do with credits and that sort of thing. You want to get that done early and quickly.

Don't forget or sit on it and send it in the day before closing thinking they can just quickly adjust the settlement statement- that's not always allowed and sometimes there's lender limits on what credits lenders can allow to come to the buyer at closing. You want to get those over early in case there is a problem, so we have time to figure out a different solution.

You might also want to have that conversation with your lender upfront as to what credits and how much you can go out there and get under their loan product.

If we haven't worked together yet, please send us over a contract. Let's work together! We will make closings a better experience for you, Realtors.


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