Applying for a Loan
Applying for a mortgage is often the most stressful time for home buyers. After all, securing financing can be one of the most critical factors in achieving your goal of purchasing your dream home.
However, by following these few basic tips, you will be well-equipped to glide through the loan application process:
1 | KNOW ABOUT DIFFERENT LOAN PROGRAMS AVAILABLE
It is important to understand the differences between the various mortgage programs available to you. You should also be aware of the advantages and disadvantages of Fixed Mortgage rates and Variable Mortgage rates.
2 | LOCK IN THE INTEREST RATE OR LET IT FLOAT?
If you decide to lock in your interest rate, you are committing to a set interest rate throughout the term of the loan. If you decide to let your interest float, the interest rate you pay will fluctuate up or down depending on current market conditions. Historical data indicates that Variable Mortgage rates have been the best choice for consumers.
3 | SHOP AROUND
Don’t rush into anything you aren’t sure about. Take your time to study your options and decide which package suits you best. The last thing you want is to find out that you could have gotten the same loan from another lender at a lower interest rate.
Looking to Apply for a Mortgage?
Sophie can help you get a mortgage to purchase your new home! Click the link below to start the application process today.
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