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Pressnews.biz (Press Release) Apr 6, 2014
-- So you have done your homework and know exactly what property you want to purchase? If the only thing that you still need is the amount of money that would cover the purchase of your desired property, you have to apply for an Arizona mortgage loan or o loan provided by a Tucson Credit Union.
When you contact a bank or other lending institution hoping to get a loan, you need to know how much money to ask from that institution. This means that you should already know the price of the property that you want to purchase, and also the amount of money that you need. A recommendation in this case is to borrow less money than the price of the property.
It is not wise to borrow $100,000 to purchase a $100,000 house. Moreover, this is not even possible, because the property that is bought by a borrower is used as collateral for the loan, and a collateral needs to have a higher value than the loan itself. So, if you want to purchase a $100,000 house, it is recommended that you make a 20-30% down payment.
After discussing with several lenders, you have to decide on that lender that offers you the best loan package, specially created for your particular case. Pay attention to the interest rate, amortization term, and monthly payments, because these will be very often heard by you within the next period. And when it comes to mortgage loans, the "next period" is usually represented by a 30-year period.
To avoid having an interest rate that would haunt you day and night, it is best to choose from the very beginning an interest rate designed to allow you to sleep at night and do not worry about not repaying your debt on time. If the interest rate established at the beginning of the mortgage loan seems too high to you, you can reduce it during the contract, but only if you have an excellent financial behavior and pay your installments, as initially agreed with the lender.
A loan officer that could provide you with an Arizona mortgage loan or with a loan by a Tucson Credit Union needs certain documents that would qualify you for a mortgage loan, or not. These documents are pay stubs, bank statements, bills, credit reports, other loan contracts, if they exist, proof of owning a house or car, and other documentation that would help you get the loan.
The officer analyzes the documentation and sends it further to a superior for approval. The superior performs a second verification of your documents and approves or denies the loan. If the loan is approved, you are contacted and requested to sign the agreement. Read and understand the terms and conditions stated in the agreement and try to act accordingly, for your own good.
Do you want to buy a house or need a large amount of money that you are willing to secure by using a real property of yours as collateral? Consider an Arizona mortgage http://www.azcentralcu.org/home/loans/home_loans/first_mortgages loan, or a loan provided by our Tucson Credit Union http://www.azcentralcu.org . Apply now for a mortgage by visiting our websites.