January 2008
Private Mortgage Investing: How to Earn 12% or More on Your Savi;2008, p260
The article presents a mortgage commitment letter detailing conditional first mortgage loan commitments such as the total amount of the loan, rate of repayment, and pre-payment penalty, and items subject to lender approval, such as attorney approval, adequate insurance, and credit report.


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