What kind of things can you do with extra closing cost money besides buy down a loan?
When you close on a loan to purchase a house, you should be asked to bring a cashier's check for the exact amount that you need to pay the settlement fees. There should not be any substantial amount of money that will be returned to you.
Only if you want to. But you have to be a superstar, and sell things in your baazar. Extra- You can even sell rare things for extra money. For example, if you have DKNY, LE or any special clothing, you can sell it for a higher price. And get extra money. Sadly, stardoll only lets superstars. I'm just really glad I am! xoxo Perilice2
If your brother is in charge of your mothers consevership and you suspect that her money is being spent on other things besides her care how do you get a record of what is being spent?
Many people go to casinos in California to get extra money right away. But the problem with that is you have to spend money to possibly win more money. There is a fifty fifty chance that you may gain extra money that way. Other ways would be getting a second job, buying things at auctions and reselling them or flipping houses.
The earnest money deposit is held in an escrow account until the closing takes place. At closing the earnest money is either credited to your side to add to your down payment or it can be credited back to you in the form of a check. If your deal does not close there are different rules in each state as to how the earnest money will be handled.
I think, that you cnould do some extra, or part time jobs. If you are young like me, you can consider dog walking in the summer, babysitting, car wash, just a bunch of little things that will get you money. Or if you are old enough to drive, consider a part time job, or babysitting. Things that interest you, that will earn you money.
Just to clarify, I currently have a home under contract and have given my agent $1000 money order for earnest money. My current bank account balance is around $5k, and I am told that I will need about $400 (in addition to money the lender already has) for closing. Closing date is 5 days from now, and the lender calls to tell me that the VA needs to be able to verify the source of…