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Getting Your First Mortgage? What You Need to Know

Are you planning on buying a home in Bergen County? If you are like most people, you will need to get a mortgage. If this is your first time buying a home, the process may be confusing. At a basic level, Bergen County mortgage lending is where you will get a loan, called a mortgage, that will pay the price of your home up front, but you will have to pay the mortgage back over time. You will have your choice of going directly through a bank or through a mortgage broker. For first time buyers, it is recommended that you get your mortgage lending in Bergen County through a mortgage broker.

Finding Your Mortgage Broker

In order to find the right broker for you, you will need to do a bit of research. The best way to do this is to try to get at least one recommendation from a friend or family member and find at least two mortgage brokers on your own. The best way to do this is to look online for brokers in the area. You will find many choices, so take a bit of time to look at independent reviews, as well. You should meet with these brokers, or at least talk to them on the phone, and find out what they can do for you when it comes to getting a loan. Most people make the mistake of going with the first lender they come across and hope for the best.  This is not the way to go when looking for a loan.

Know the Loan that Fits

Once you have settled on a broker, you will probably have your choice of loan options. You and your chosen mortgage broker will work together to ensure that you have the best loan option to fit your needs. This is why you will want to go with a broker who can offer several options. Typically they will ask you a series of questions, they will look closely at your finances and also pay attention to the current rates.

Finally, you should expect you broker to reach out to lenders in order to get the loan based on the result of those questions. From there, it should only be a matter of time before you are approved.

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