5 Actions You Can Take if a Lender Denies Your Loan Application

Serious homebuyers know the importance of getting a mortgage pre-approval first before touring a prospective home. Getting a mortgage pre-approval means that a lender has thoroughly checked and verified your credit, and for a period of time, determines that you could borrow the amount you’re applying for to buy a home. Lenders, however, have recently become stricter with lending requirements because of the uncertainty that this COVID-19 pandemic brings where millions of people have filed for unemployment claims.

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Scared to go back into the world?

Quarantine life with kids at home going on SEVEN weeks, oil prices in the red, rising unemployment, the declining economy, forbearance payback terror, the corona virus crossing the one million cases mark, and the country is re-opening.  Wow, that is more drama than all of Bravo’s Housewives…every city and all seasons combined.

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Helpful Tips When Writing an Offer Letter for a House

First-time homebuyers who already have a mortgage pre-approval may find it frustrating if they find a property they can call “home” but never receive any word from a seller after sending an offer letter for the house. It’s no surprise if sellers receive a lot of house offer letters as the inventory of listed homes reaches an all-time low. In this situation, homebuyers should write a compelling house offer letter to possibly convince the seller to accept their offer. Home sellers might have varying factors when choosing a buyer who would occupy their once beloved home, but there are things homebuyers could do when writing an offer.

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