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J. Mario Pre…, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA

What has been your experience referring lenders directly through Trulia?

Asked by J. Mario Preza, CRB, CDPE, San Francisco, CA Thu Dec 9, 2010

I have a friend in Washington (Seattle), and while chatting with him he asked how he should go about the home buying process. I explained that if Washington is anything like California, his best bet would be to get pre-qualified or pre-approved by a lender. I also directed him and he signed up for Trulia, where he found Wells Fargo Bank hyperlink (https://mortgage.wellsfargo.com/affinity/alfForm.wfm?dm=DMITRPURTP). He tried getting pre-approved online, and nearly 2 weeks later NO ONE HAS CALLED! What's your experience referring lenders through Trulia? Is this just another glitch?

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I have some great contacts for the area. I would suggest connecting with individuals instead of the general online application. I have had great experiences working with Trulia professionals. Yes, it is best to get pre-qualified and approved.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Dec 14, 2010
As Tonya stated sometimes things just get lost. We don't live in a perfect world. I too work with a great lender at Wells. Let me know if you would like their info.
2 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Dec 9, 2010
Any time someone makes an application it can lost in the shuffle. I have a great contact at Wells Fargo he/she can follow up with. If you would like their information let me know.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Thu Dec 9, 2010
best to make the type of inquiry with a specific person if one can get a referal or two ( versus a general website ) ..this way there is some accountability in the picture :)
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Dec 10, 2010
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