Homebuyer Tips

Our goal is to make your home buying experience as seamless as possible. We have highlighted some key guidelines to help keep your finances in order as you prepare for your journey home.

Any changes to your current financials could affect your current financial picture. We are always here to provide guidance and advice as you begin your home buying journey.

DO

  • Find a Realtor® you love
  • Stay current on your rent and all monthly bills
  • Remain with your current employer
  • Continue using credit as usual
  • Check your credit score
  • Find and organize financial documents
  • Contact us if you have any questions

DON’T

  • Apply for new credit cards, loans or purchase offers
  • Deposit or withdraw large amounts of cash
  • Change jobs, your pay structure, employment status or shift any investments
  • Change banks or transfer credit card balances
  • Make large purchases
  • Pay off collections, charge offs, loans or credit cards

TIP: Plan Ahead – Acquiring new debt in the months prior or during the home buying journey, could result in your loan being delayed or cancelled.

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