A Chase and Wells Fargo funding source places the seller in great peral therefore making your purchase offer less competitive.
It matters not if youi are working with a mortage broker or not, if Chase, Wells Fargo or Bank of America appears on the funding documents, the seller knows what is going to happen which means you get kicked to the curb or required to make a stronger committment.
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Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL
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I'm curious as to why you specify Chase or Wells Fargo. Quite frankly, the big banks are having a tough time closing loans in a timely manner and their rates aren't the best.
If time is a concern, which it seems like it is, then you might be better off speaking to a smaller lender.
We are a nationwide direct lender and I would be glad to take a crack at pre-approving you. Feel free to email me or give me a call.
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