STEP 2: Complete and Submit Mortgage Application
Getting a full non-conditional mortgage approval before you apply for a mortgage or loan can help you understand how much you can borrow – and how much house you can afford.
*Please note that we do not handle mortgages where there are more than two applicants.
When buying a house, you may get pre-qualified or pre-approved. You can typically get pre-qualified over the phone or on the Internet in a few minutes. A pre-qualification is not as beneficial as a full non-conditional approval where you have to go through a more rigorous process which includes verification of your credit, income, assets and liabilities.
Not getting a full approval means your financing and the security of your mortgage terms and conditions is not complete. If you have not completed conditions of income confirmation, asset confirmation, and several other key components your mortgage approval is very likely not worth the paper it is written on.
An accurate approval will help you: