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3 Steps in the Mortgage Application Process

3 Steps in the Mortgage Application Process

Does your mortgage application feel like a tangled web of judgment, fear, and hopelessness?

3 Step Outline to Mortgage Application Process

It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the mortgage application process. Many prospective homeowners feel the stress and anxiety that come with applying for a loan, but that can be minimized with proper planning. Although there is plenty of stress that might still pop up from time to time, following a structured guideline will help keep you sane and improve your chances of getting approved at the same time!

Here are 3 steps you can take to make your mortgage application process as smooth and successful as possible:

1. Improve Your Credit Score.

This is such an important aspect of the mortgage application that many homeowners choose to postpone their timeline while they work on improving that number. Going into an application with the security of an improved credit score gives applicants more confidence.

2. Shop Around.

Don’t just choose the first lending agency you find. Just as you need to browse the market for a house in your price range and comfort zone, you should also try to find a lending agency, bank, or broker that offers terms you feel comfortable with.

3. Prepare Your Paperwork.

When you start the loan application process, you have to fill out a lot of forms. But did you know you also have to provide records and paperwork of your own that the lender will want to see? That means organizing your files and printing out hard copies to give your agent. This can’t be done at the last minute; pay stubs, tax forms, past employer information, and bank statements are just a few examples of what you’ll need to have access to. Getting organized beforehand is essential.

Once you have these details in order, you can submit a stellar mortgage application and feel more confident in the handling process.

Click here for more information from our team at Midland Mortgage about preparing your mortgage application.

Posted Dec 16, 2015 by Midland Mortgage Corporation