My Lawyer seems to be avoiding me when I ask for my total closing costs…. should I proceed with caution?
I am all about transparency and making sure that I provide the correct answers. I know most of us want to be helpful, but can some of our answers be hurtful instead?
The question above was just asked on Trulia advice the other day, aka asking questions on Trulia. One answer ruffled my feathers, because unless you know all that you need to know about mortgages, this can be a dangerous question with answers that could backfire on a buyer. One needs to evaluate and understand who to ask specific questions.
Here are some of the answers given by some realtors :
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