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I was approved for a 100% financing 30 year fixed rate at 5.75% with an ofah grant, 1 month ago with a local bank . I signed a stack of papers and was told i was done until closing , ( i never recieved any paperwork/ copies of what i signed. I have a 770 credit score and was told my debt to income ratio was high but acceptable. The pre approval letter was sent and and the appraisal was completed. 1 month later I get a call from my lender , and was told ofah has changed thier rules. I was told that my debt / income ratio was to high, and the only was to get the loan was to remove a car from my credit, make $10,000. more a year, also I had to pay 3% down or my rate would jump to 6.25%. needless to say I was a little angry and told her I would get back to her on that.So i went to a different bank and got approved in 1 hour at 5.75% 100% financing fha loan, with no changes to my finances. Then I got an appraisal bill from the first bank , should I pay? (no change in debt ratio since day1
You do not have to pay the appraisal fee if you do not close and they did not collect it up front. They will certainly try to bill you for it - why not... Since you did not close the loan, you are not on the hook for the fees. Think of it as an underwriting fee - since you are not closing (buying their product) you do not have to pay. Most places collect such fees upfront and disclose that it is non-refundable. They - presumably - did not. IF they are willing to transfer the rights of the appraisal to your new lender, and your new lender will accept the appraisal, then you can pay for it though. BE SURE that your lender will accept and use it for your new loan AND the old lender agrees Hoover WRITING to transfer the rights upfront though. Otherwise it is a worthless piece of paper. No offense, one thing that shocked me is that you signed papers and do not have copies. That is a violation on their part as they are required to give you copies of anything you sign. Please, for your sake, do not ever sign anything without a copy to take with you. I am sure you read what you signed though - rule #1.
What a mess. I've done quite a few real estate deals. There has always been a photocopier in the office somewhere. Next time, do not walk out without copies of everything. One time there was a problem with the machine and the loan officer took two hours to get everything copied. I waited. Normally, the appraisal and title work are the last things done. If the mortgage offer was contingent on grant approval, then it wasn't a firm offer and they had no business ordering an appraisal until the contingencies were resolved. It sound like somebody at the mortgage company thought your mortgage was complete and jumped the gun. They have no business appraising property that they're not going to loan on, so, no, you don't have to pay it. Expect pressure to pay, because they don't want to eat the cost and admit to their bosses that they goofed.
You have to pay since they got the appraisal done on your house. You should be able to get that appraisal to use for the new loan though so you don't have to pay twice. Beware with lenders these days, they're getting stricter by the day so you may be approved one day and denied the next. Push your loan through as fast as possible because 100% financing is going to be completely gone by summer, even with perfect credit.