Buying a home? Get a step ahead with the FM Lending Services Buyer Advantage
Obtaining a mortgage preliminary approval is a great place to begin when buying a home. But if you want your home purchase offer to stand out to sellers, ask for the FM Lending Services Buyer Advantage.1
By electing to participate, you can get much of the home financing process out of the way and obtain a fully-underwritten Commitment Letter before you even begin searching for a home.
What are the benefits?
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Ask about the FM Lending Services Buyer Advantage FASTRACK
We are excited to offer FM Lending Services Buyer Advantage FASTRACK, which features expedited processing and underwriting for certain loan products.2 In a fast-paced real estate market, home buyers often need quick answers about mortgage financing, and FASTRACK can accommodate!
To use FASTRACK, clients will be asked to provide these documents at the time of loan application:
Don't waste time during the home financing process. Ask for the FM Lending Services Buyer Advantage!
1. FM Lending Services Buyer Advantage is not a loan approval. A Commitment Letter is based on information and documentation provided by you and a review of your credit report. The interest rate and type of mortgage used to approve you for a specified loan amount is subject to change, which may also change the terms of approval. The interest rate cannot be locked until your offer to purchase a property has been accepted. If the interest rate used for credit approval has changed, you may need to re-qualify. Information provided by you is subject to review and all other loan conditions must be met. After you have chosen a home and your offer has been accepted, final loan approval will be contingent upon obtaining an acceptable appraisal and title commitment. Additional documentation may be required.
2. Bond loans, USDA loans, renovation loans and non-delegated loans do not qualify for FM Lending Services Buyer Advantage Fastrack. Eligible borrowers must have a FICO credit score of 640 or greater, no bankruptcies and no foreclosures.