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Date Change
Posted by  JerryhFL of FL on 7/4/20 10:59am Msg #621715
I have a loan closing on July 6th for a Quicken loan via Amrock. The documents all have a date already inserted as July 10th. I believe the reason for the 10th is the borrower is refinancing different property located in another state on the 10th.

Noting how lenders and title companies frown on changing any dates other than the notarial certificate I am torn as to what to do, ie, leave the pre-inserted date alone (other than the notarial certificate date) or change the date to reflect the signing date.

I have called Amrock about the situation and waiting on a response. I am leaving for another closing early on the 6th so I may or may not get revised documents if needed or a phone call before the closing.

What would you do?

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 Date Change -  JerryhFL on 7/4/20 10:59am
 Re: Date Change -  Cheryl Elliott on 7/4/20 11:08am
 Re: Date Change - PMB_WashSt on 7/4/20 11:39am
 Re: Date Change - Luckydog on 7/4/20 12:09pm
 Re: Date Change - JustANotary on 7/4/20 3:37pm
 Re: Date Change -  JanetK_CA on 7/4/20 4:24pm
 Re: Date Change - Clem/CA on 7/4/20 5:07pm
 Re: Date Change -  JerryhFL on 7/5/20 10:00am
 Re: Date Change...I'd send an email if possible..marked - Linda_H/FL on 7/5/20 10:06am
 Why would they cancel because of that? - Luckydog on 7/5/20 12:58pm
 Re: Date Change - Gavina Franklin on 7/4/20 9:00pm
 Re: Date Change - Art_FL on 7/5/20 7:30am
 Yes, I had an email from them that folks are on duty -  Cheryl Elliott on 7/5/20 8:50am
 IMO that's horrible advice. You would seriously ask the -  MW/VA on 7/5/20 11:34am
 Re: IMO that - Art_FL on 7/5/20 11:47am
 No way - Luckydog on 7/5/20 12:54pm
 Re: No way - Art_FL on 7/5/20 6:20pm
 LD- illegal? Can you cite your source? - ananotary on 7/6/20 8:53pm
 Re: LD- illegal? Can you cite your source? - Luckydog on 7/7/20 3:16pm
 Re: LD- illegal? Can you cite your source? -  VT_Syrup on 7/7/20 5:50pm
 Re: IMO that - ananotary on 7/6/20 8:50pm
 Re: IMO that -  Yoli/CA on 7/7/20 9:50am
 Yes, of course. If it' n/m - ananotary on 7/7/20 10:52am
 Whoops, yes- if lender requires two notes signed - ananotary on 7/7/20 10:53am
 Those are two separate notes - one for the lender - Linda_H/FL on 7/7/20 11:24am
 Re: Whoops, yes- if lender requires two notes signed -  Yoli/CA on 7/7/20 1:16pm
 Re: Whoops, yes- if lender requires two notes signed - Luckydog on 7/8/20 1:47pm
 Re: Date Change - CopperheadTX on 7/5/20 10:42am
 Re: Date Change -  JerryhFL on 7/6/20 4:40pm
 All that concern for nothing then. ;-( n/m -  MW/VA on 7/6/20 6:34pm
 Re: Date Change - Luckydog on 7/7/20 6:57pm

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