Posted by tony on October 08, 2003 at 10:45:45:
(As far as me assuming that I deserve the world…well, why not? Who doesn’t want the best & most that you can get. Don’t you want the best for YOURSELF, and for YOUR family? And if you cannot get what you feel you deserve, would’nt you want a good reason why you could not get it, especially if you were reassured that there were no problems w/ your credit, score, nor debt ratio?…tiked off)
Sorry you are having a bad day.
I don’t deal with residential mortgage customers… they (like you) have been sold a bill of goods by the media and false advertising. I have explained to you what happened (perhaps not as gently as you would have liked) but never-the-less got my point accross.
ON one hand you praise your broker…and on the other hand you put him in the catagory of being a “liar.” I certainly wouldn’t want you for a client.
Structuring a NON-CONFORMING mortgage is an art. It takes a numerous deals before you get hang of it. Guidelines change and so do programs…often without notice. Lenders buy other lenders and the pipelines stop. Part oF life…NO GUARANTEES (SIC).
As far as wanting the world… and getting the world… that’s 2 different things!
I like the old Rolling Stones song… "You can’t always get want you want…but if you try sometimes…you just might find…you get what you need!
Dude…GET WHAT YOU NEED and MOVE ON!