Mortgage do’s and don’ts

by | First-Time Homebuyers

Do’s

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Do keep paying bills on time

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Do let us know of any significant changes (job, new expenses)

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Do get us all documentation requested on a timely basis

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Do tell us of large new deposits to bank accounts

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Do keep a paper trail of new deposits/transfers into bank accounts that are not payroll related

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Do use funds for closing from only the asset accounts we have verified

Don’ts

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Refrain from changing jobs, becoming self-employed or quitting your job

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Refrain from buying a new vehicle or other large purchases (furniture, appliances) on credit

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Refrain from using credit cards excessively and increasing credit card balances

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Refrain from making large deposits or changing banks without first checking with your loan officer

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