Home Buyer Series :: Pre-Approval vs Pre-Qualification

Dated: 08/01/2019

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Are you thinking of buying a home soon and don't know what the heck is the first step is? And every time you talk to a real estate agent they throw around lingo you have no idea what it means and you walk away not having any idea what it is you're supposed to be doing? Yeah, we've heard that too!

Welcome to our series where Kim discusses the most popular terms we real estate agents use, what they mean and how they affect you! Today's video addresses what is a pre-approval letter vs pre-qualification in regards to how you are going to purchase your home. Are you going to buy cash or have to get a mortgage? Most people will go to a lender or bank to get a loan in order to purchase a home - in which case the first step is pre-approval and pre-qualification! 

Watch this video to learn more about how to get a mortgage in order to buy a home!

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Kim Barber

Buyers Whether you're looking for your first home, your dream home or an investment property, I'm committed to providing you with the highest quality buyer service. When making the type of investment ....

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