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Step 1: Find a Realtor, then find a house; so I can complete your mortgage.
Step 2: Move in.
Step 3: Enjoy your new home.
Step 4: Repeat !
Robert Vegas Bob Swetz
Las Vegas, NV
DEANNA C. SMITH ...
Smith Mountain Lake, VA
ask for a copy of the pre-approval "for your records" or the contact info for the mortgage broker, just so you can touch base and keep him uptodate. Then call to verify the preapproval :)
Music to my ears!🎶🎶🎶
Robert Vegas Bob Swetz
Las Vegas, NV
"Great! Ask your mortgage broker to send me a copy of your pre-approval and let's meet tomorrow. I'll get your criteria and work up a list of homes you'd like to see."
Chrissi Chapman Topoleski
SEND ME THE PROOF!!!!!
For me, the next step is to vet the qualification. Once the vetting is complete, we are off to the races. In my area ...competition is still strong.
Let's find you a home.
Anthony Acosta - ALLAT...
Provide a copy of the "qualifying" document to me, and we'll discuss Agency and Buyer Broker Agreement!
Good morning Vegas Bob. I would review the pre-qualification letter and call the loan officer, especially if you are familiar with the person. Ask the questions you need to know to move forward with the client.
"Show me the paperwork and lets get you into a home."
Now know what you want for that money. Find a Realtor you can trust and.....enjoy a short journey into your new home.
Start an email drip with their specified needs in the home to purchase.
put it in gear, Vegas Bob, and find that client a home....
Let's sit down and discuss what you may be looking to buy.
I like it! Next step is my Lexus.
For me, the next step is the Initial Buyer Interview. I sit down with my new client or clients for about an hour, and we talk mostly about the home they are looking for. Location, priorities, must haves, must not haves. It gives us a chance to get to know one another and see if we are a good fit. It also demonstrates my committment to their dream -- that's what they really want to know.
I want to see the letter...I was told someone once that he was prequalified and the letter was 9 months old. I had him call my lender and was told not to waste my time on him.
How much and with who?
If a web-based lender, get them pre-qualified with your preferred lender to ale sure, rather than wasting your time and money.
Ask how much they are qualified for, set an appointment and ask them to bring a copy of the letter!
show me the letter
Take a look at the lender letter.
Prove it to me...then, let the customer service begin! Oh, and sign here too!
Robert 'VEGAS BOB' Swetz Ask for the pre qualification letter as proof.
"Wow, I do love working with those who are prepared!"I share.
"Let us sit awhile and talk about this next chapter in your life."
What size ?
I would set up an appointment with them and read the letter and discuss home buying process.
Now I need to chat with your lender or let's get you over to one of my trusted lenders to get you pre-APPROVED so we know you have the documentation to back up the verbal pre-qual. Pre-qualified don't cut it in Cali.
Let's meet in my office and start a dialog about what type of home fits your needs.
Me: "Outstanding news and Congratulations! What time tomorrow at 9am would you like to see the homes that I emailed you? By the way, email me that pre-approval. I will need it when we make an offer!"
"Great. May I have a copy of the letter from your lender? When can we meet to discuss your homebuying plans?"
Get your hands on a copy of that pre-approval letter. The rest is easy