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Glad i didn't wait for my post mortgage app spree...

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I saw two new accounts on my EX summary this morning... so i looked to see if it was either of my new Amex's, the new Chase, the new BOA, the new US Bank, the new HD MC.... or my BP card back and was shocked to see it was my National City mortgages... 17 days after closing.

 

(I half expect problems when they do AR's - I got over $35,000 in new credit last week.)

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I saw two new accounts on my EX summary this morning... so i looked to see if it was either of my new Amex's, the new Chase, the new BOA, the new US Bank, the new HD MC.... or my BP card back and was shocked to see it was my National City mortgages... 17 days after closing.

 

(I half expect problems when they do AR's - I got over $35,000 in new credit last week.)

 

 

Really? We closed on the 17, I wonder when it will report.

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Really? We closed on the 17, I wonder when it will report.

 

We signed on the 18th, got the keys on the 20th. I was shocked - people said we'd have a couple of months, especially since it's through Nation point as they don't hold mortgages - they wouldn't report it, the buyer would. Unless National City is going to hold them, as the TL says national city. (NP is a division of NC.)

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