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July 16, 2021

The Secret to a Smooth Closing: Pre-Approval vs. UNDERWRITTEN Pre-Approval

We're with our pal Minh of What's A Mortgage discussing a topic that flies under the radar most of the time but could truly make or break it when it comes to getting into a home in this crazy market: Pre-Approval vs. UNDERWRITTEN Pre-Approval!

Gaylord-Hansen's "Nobody Wants a Mortgage" podcast airs live on Facebook.

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Bill Gaylord, NMLS #680603

Garrett Tyler, NMLS #1380420

Ali Loepfe, NMLS #1213343

Minh Nguyen, NMLS #31274

The information contained is the viewpoint of the presenter(s). Individuals should consult their own financial representative.

A pre-approval is preliminarily approved based only upon the information we have received to date from you. All information must be verified prior to the issuance of a final loan approval. This is not an offer or commitment to lend nor does it guarantee a final loan approval. A final loan approval is subject to verification of the information you have provided and full underwriting review by loanDepot.

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The Secret to a Smooth Closing: Pre-Approval vs. UNDERWRITTEN Pre-Approval

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