If Congress doesn't get it together soon, the government shutdown could begin affecting the mortgage market for one simple (but MAJOR) reason: the IRS is closed. And if the IRS is closed, lenders can't verify tax information. If lenders can't verify tax information, loan applications can't get approved.
"Without access to tax transcripts and relevant information that must be verified by these agencies, it may not be possible to complete the loan verification process," said Don Frommeyer, president of the National Association of Mortgage Brokers, in a release. "Thus, the lenders working through the shutdown may come to a standstill while processing loans."
Even worse, the longer the government remains closed, the longer the back-up of paperwork with be, thus inevitably delaying closings - costing buyers and sellers both time AND money.
Don't worry though, there is some good (dare I say, VERY good) news: If we at PrimeLending cannot get IRS verification, we can still proceed through our exception process to ensure you get to closing on time.
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