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July 5, 2024
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Things To Avoid After Applying for a Mortgage [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Things To Avoid After Applying for a Mortgage [INFOGRAPHIC]

There are a few key things you’ll want to avoid after applying for a mortgage to make sure you’re in the best position when you get to the closing table.

Don’t change bank accounts, apply for new credit, make any large purchases or transfers, and don’t co-sign loans for anyone.

Here’s a good rule of thumb: Always connect with your loan officer before making any financial decisions once you’ve started the mortgage process.

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