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Before working as a loan officer, I worked as a paralegal for a real estate attorney.  I was his closing coordinator and worked on all of the loan closings.  This provided great experience for me but has not put me in an odd situation.  I get frustrated when I got into an attorney's office and I have to tell their closing department how to prepare the settlement statement.  I don't mind helping them out but hey...they are the ones getting paid to do that.  Oh well.  At least I know my client is better protected in the end by having me look out for them. 

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Ken Cook
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Haha! Not laughing at you, just with you. We ALWAYS tell unfamiliar attorneys how to prepare the closing package. Wait until you work in the back office for a direct lender - if it happens. I swear I believe we tell everyone how to do their job! But that's just me. Never been to Madison, how is it there?
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