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Mortgage Preapproval For Hamilton Residents

Are you planning to buy a home in Hamilton and you need to take a mortgage to finance the purchase? Well, have you ever considered a mortgage pre-approval? A mortgage pre-approval in Hamilton can help you secure the best rates from lenders when you are ready to take the mortgage.

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What Is A Mortgage Preapproval?

A mortgage preapproval is an assessment that looks at your financial details to determine the amount you can afford to spend on buying a home. A mortgage pre-approval is done by a mortgage provider. The provider will check your financial status concerning your income, credit score, debts, and down payment. The lender will also estimate how much you can afford to spend on purchasing a home and the mortgage rate that suits your financial status. With a mortgage pre-approval, you can have the best mortgage rates, and you might be shielded from fluctuations in the mortgage rates before purchasing your property.

Do I Need To Compare Rates Before Getting A Mortgage Preapproval?

Before getting a mortgage pre-approval, ensure you compare the rates of different providers, then choose the best rate.

Requirements for a mortgage pre-approval
After comparing different banks for the best rates, apply for a pre-approval at the bank with the best rates. The application process doesn’t take more than 20 minutes online. The provider will request for information about your income, debts, type of property you want to buy and the reason for buying it. The provider might also ask for the following documents:

  • Photo ID
  • Bank statements to verify your down payment
  • Recent pay lips or evidence of income
  • Proof of other assets such as an automobile
  • To get preapproved, search for the best rates in your locality, and then apply for pre-approval.

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2020-12-26

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2020-11-21

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2020-11-16

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2020-11-11

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Hamilton Mortgage Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Mortgage Term?

The loan that you make to buy a house or some other property is called a mortgage. The principal refers to the amount borrowed. Each mortgage payment pays off part of the principal plus the interest.

You have custody over the property. However, if you fail to pay the loan and interest according to the terms of the contract, the lender may repossess the property.

What is a Down Payment?

A down payment refers to the money you pay for real estate property. This money is paid upfront and the rest of the cost of your new home is covered by your mortgage. For properties that cost up to $500,000, the minimum down payment in Canada is 5% – however, do take note that your lender may sometimes require a higher down payment.

But what if the cost of the property is more than $500,000? If that is the case then the interest is 5% for the first $500,000 and then 10% for the remainder of the cost.

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