Prudential California Realty
Beverly Hills, CA
Some brokerages REQUIRE a pre-qual from their preferred lender to vet a buyer. The buyer can use any lender they choose. This requirement, however, provides the seller additional assurances if "Never Ever Bank of Clearwater Florida" fails to deliver on their commitment just before closing....again!
This is not a common request, but certainly should not be a show stopper.
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I don't understand how some agents leave the whole deal in the hands of the lender when its their deal...its their commission. They should really become acquainted with some of the banks guidelines and know what a bank looks for in qualifying and or what the bank is going to pick on during the apprisal so the problem can be addressed before hand.