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I didnt know I had to lock a rate and now im afraid to donit today or tomorrow
asked Feb 12 in Conventional Loans by Kc

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Once you get a loan approval is the time most loan officers lock your loan. 30 day locks are the most common. If you anticipate your credit scores improving due to paying down credit cards, you may want to wait until your credit scores are fully optimized. Your loan officer can repull credit and use the higher credit scores to lock in your rates. Rate locks needs to be done before the mortgage underwriter can issue a clear to close.

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answered Feb 12 by GustanCho (107,040 points)

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