You’ve made an offer to buy a house. The seller has accepted your offer. You’ve given your mortgage lender the purchase agreement. The closing date has been set. What’s next? Many buyers assume that they are “home free,” once the seller accepts their offer, but not always. There are things that can go wrong before closing day. The pre-approval is not a commitment or guarantee. You’ve been conditionally qualified for a loan, but you need to stay qualified all the way to closing. The less your financial situation changes, the better. What should you avoid doing during this timeframe to ensure a surprise free closing?
My years of experience and resources could become your biggest asset during this process. Call me and let me become your agent during the entire journey of new home ownership. You will never feel alone or lost with me only a phone call, or email away. Together we can get to closing day, knowing we are prepared. Ensuring a smooth closing can be summed up with this phase – status quo. Maintaining the status quo as much as possible, between the pre-approval and the final approval, equals a happy ending. Contact me, Jeff Wu, with any questions. I am here to help. You can contact me at 571-248-1110 or email me at [email protected]. Visit my website at AgentKnowsHomes.com.