The cost of real estate financing is often greater than the original purchase price of a home (after including interest and closing costs). Because financing is so important, buyers should have as much information as possible regarding mortgage options and costs.
Our professionals can provide extensive mortgage information, discuss financing options and recommend loan sources. In addition, originate loans.
Thousands of loans are available from a variety of lenders but, in general, the mortgage you choose will be determined by at least several key factors:
Our professionals provide consumers with extensive mortgage information as well as a variety of loan calculators. We'll provide mortgage information, discuss financing options and recommend loan sources. In addition, some of us also originate loans.
To obtain a loan you must complete a written loan application and provide supporting documentation. Specific documents include recent pay stubs, rental checks and tax returns for the past two or three years if you are self-employed. During the pre-qualification process, the loan officer will describe the type of paperwork required.
A number of inspections are common in residential realty transactions. They include checks for termites, surveys to determine boundaries, appraisals to determine value for lenders, title reviews and structural inspections.
In additional to our preferred lenders; mortgage financing can be obtained from mortgage bankers, mortgage brokers, savings and loan associations, mutual savings banks, commercial banks, credit unions, and insurance companies. A growing number of our professionals can also arrange financing.