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What does it mean to be Pre-Approved?

Being pre-approved means that a lender has evaluated your creditworthiness and financial situation and has determined how much money they're willing to lend you for a mortgage.

The lender will typically look at factors such as your credit score, income, debt-to-income ratio, and employment history to make their decision. Once you're pre-approved, you'll receive a letter from the lender outlining the amount of money you're eligible to borrow, the type of loan you qualify for, and the interest rate you can expect.

During the pre-approval process, lenders evaluate your financial history, credit score, and debt-to-income ratio to determine how much money they're willing to lend you. This information can help you avoid falling in love with a property that's out of your price range and can save you time and disappointment. With a pre-approval in hand, you can also better understand the terms and conditions of your mortgage, including the interest rate, down payment, and monthly payments.

Pre-Approval Vs. Pre-Qualification

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