Monday, January 30, 2012

all a-loan

have you bought a home lately?

the loan paperwork (alone) is 84 pages, sent to me from u.s.a.a. (electronically, of course).  if they'd printed it and sent it, the ink and paper costs -- combined with the weight-sensitive shipping fees might break the u.s.a.a. bank.

the good news is that the documents are written in such a way that you'd never understand them, creating the need to interact with local loan experts and meet new people.

the local folks (from "new american mortgage") will counter with a lengthy document of their own, and i'll be able to build a house on my own, using paper.

-the middle.

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