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By JP Hussey | Mortgage Broker
or Lender in Norristown, PA

Team work when buying a new home

Buying a new home requires team work from many different avenues.  Loan officer, Realtor, processors, underwriters, insurance agent, contractors, appraisers, etc.

It can sometimes be a very stressful process, but it doesn't need to be or shouldn't be.  Buying a new home should be an exciting time in your life and that's what my goal is for you.

As the point man for the financing, I should be in charge of making sure you homebuying experience is an enjoyable as can be. One way I do this is by providing you with reputable contacts so you are taken care of properly.  One way is to provide you with a real estate professional that understands your needs and the location you are buying

I am also in charge of making sure you loan in completed in a timely manner by working with the processors and underwriters as efficient as possible.

COMMUNICATION is key, so I make myself available through phone, email and text message 7 days a week 24 hours a day.

I compare homebuying to a sport and almost EVERY sport requires good communication and teamwork.

Homebuying process

1- Contact me to see what situation is best for you
2- Get an ACCURATE pre-approval
3- Work with a reputable realtor that suits your needs
4- Put an offer in on a home and get under contract
5- Get approved for a mortgage
6- Go to settlement
7- Get the keys to your brand new home!!!

If you want a one stop shop and want to have an enjoyable experience, feel free to contact me so I can get you started.

J.P. Hussey Jr.
Home Mortgage Consultant

I am available 7 days a week by phone, email or text message

Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
999 W Chester Pike
West Chester, PA 19382
Cell: 610-316-8780
Efax: 877-890-9907
Email: Joseph.P.Hussey@wellsfargo.com

Website- www.wfhm.com/joseph-hussey

NMLSR # 461747
MAC M7588-011


By Wes Black,  Tue Jul 19 2011, 18:39
Very good points you make.
By JP Hussey,  Tue Jul 19 2011, 18:55
Thanks Wes. As a real estate professional I'm sure you have ran into situations where there has been bad communication on the financing side. This should be unacceptable no matter the case.

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