Aug 25, 2020
Your mortgage can be a deal maker or a deal breaker. When you are buying a home for the first time or as a repeat buyer, it is irrelevant to communicate to a home seller that you are ready and willing…you need to communicate that you are ready , willing and able to buy. The only way to properly communicate your ability to buy is via a Mortgage Pre-Approval Letter.
Mortgage Strategist Kevin Martini with the Martini Mortgage Group at Benchmark Mortgages discusses the material differences between a mortgage pre-qualification and mortgage pre-approval in episode 109 of the Martini Mortgage Podcast.
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