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  Good Faith Estimate Definition
Good Faith Estimate When you apply for a mortgage, the lender is required by law to provide you with a Good Faith Estimate which is a documnet outlining the costs that you will be expected to pay at closing. The Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act requires that this estimate be presented to you within three days of the lender receiving your loan application.

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