Cutting to the Chase. Again.

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I believe Chase may finally have every document, form and statement I’ve been asked to provide in support of my three-month-old application for a mortgage modification, but I can’t be sure. Last month, a dust-up with underwriters revolved around $35 in online article “hit” fees that required an updated P&L statement, plus questions about IRS-mandated retirement account withdrawals. It’s been a trip. I’ve supplied more than 100 pages of data, but I don’t suppose repeats count. May slipped by. June is history. July is my Alamo. Supposedly, Chase is required to render an approval or rejection in 30 days. Right.

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