Selling your house and moving to a new place is a major milestone in a person’s life, yet strangely many people seem to start the process with an objective of avoiding as much disruption as
Cross qualification means double-checking
Dated: February 27 2021
“Cross-qualification,” or having a lender whom I know and trust review the financial package of a potential buyer of my listed property, is a key strategy for protecting the interest of my selling clients. There are lenders in the marketplace who play fast and loose with their pre-qualification letters, so sometimes a buyer that looks solid during initial negotiation becomes disappointing when it’s time to deliver during escrow. Of course, there is no absolute guarantee that your selected buyer will succeed in closing a deal, but the risk of a buyers “failure to perform” can be reduced when a seasoned mortgage professional reviews documentation and asks probing questions of the buyers’ loan officer.
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