Definition of "Pipeline Risk"

Jennifer V-E Johnson, Broker real estate agent

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Jennifer V-E Johnson, Brokerelite badge icon

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The lender's risk that, between the time a lock commitment is given to the borrower and the time the loan is closed, interest rates will rise and the lender will take a loss on selling the loan.

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