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Knowing how much you can afford will help you search for homes in your price range.
A pre-approval shows real estate agents and sellers that you're qualified for a mortgage.
Shop for a home with confidence knowing you have a firm commitment to lend.
Get pre-approved, online, from almost anywhere and on any device. You'll need to provide basic info about you and your co-borrower, if applicable. We'll also ask you to provide details about your borrowing needs such as where you're looking to purchase, how much you'd like to borrow and your down payment amount.
We'll provide you the opportunity to electronically verify your income, assets and employment. No need to provide any documentation at this point.
If we’re unable to electronically verify your income, assets or employment, we may still be able to provide you with a preliminary pre-approval, which will give you a good idea of what you may be qualified to borrow.
|Firm Commitment to Lend||Yes||No|
|Digital Verification of Employment|
|Digital Verification of Income|
|Digital Verification of Assets|
|Manually Enter Employer Information|
|Manually Enter Income|
|Manually Enter Assets|
Borrower must satisfy pre-approval conditions outlined in commitment letter. Final loan approval and amount are subject to verification of loan data, property appraisal and underwriting conditions.
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