Regardless of if you're a first time home buyer, or have several home buying experiences under your belt, buying a home can be a daunting process. One of the most overwhelming pieces of the puzzle can be the mortgage process. Even if you've purchased a home in the past, mortgage rules and regulations are ever changing. This is why it's important to choose a mortgage lender that offers personalized service for each client and is committed to keeping you up to date throughout every step of the loan process. In addition to this, it is equally important to choose a lender that has the experience and knowledge to ensure you're choosing the correct loan type, terms and have all pertinent information to make the correct decisions.

We have experience working with first time home buyers as well as seasoned borrowers and will tailor our service to you based on your needs. We take great pride in helping each of our clients navigate throughout the mortgage process to make the journey as easy as possible. Buying a home is an exciting life event – let us take care of any of your mortgage worries while you focus on preparing for your move.

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Helpful Tips When Applying for a Mortgage:

  • Include all financial information as accurately and completely as possible
  • Have each applicant's information ready (SSN, employment and salary history, address history, bank account numbers and balances including checking, savings, money market, investment accounts and 401K).
  • Ask your Finance of America Mortgage Consultant any questions you may have while completing the application process - after all, we're here to help you every step of the way!

What Not to Do When Applying for a Mortgage:

Refrain From:

  • Changing jobs, becoming self employed or quitting your job.
  • Buying a car, truck or van
  • Using credit cards excessively or letting current accounts fall behind
  • Spending money you have set aside for closing
  • Omitting debts or liabilities from your loan application
  • Buying furniture
  • Originating any inquiries into your credit
  • Making large or cash deposits without checking with your mortgage originator
  • Changing bank accounts
  • Co-signing a loan for anyone