Buying a house for the first time can feel intimidating, but it can and should be a fun and exciting journey. You should be looking forward to the thrill of finding the perfect home, the joy of being approved, and the excitement of finally getting the keys to your very own home. I’ll make sure that these are the feelings that dominate your home buying experience.
Let me handle the details, shoulder the stress, and worry about the specifics. I’ve done this hundreds of times. I’ll put your mortgage on my mind. You can focus on finding your perfect first home.
First-time homebuyers often have limited available funds even when factoring in a down payment, and I know how important it is for them to get the most out of their investment. My approach is to leave no critical detail overlooked when helping you close a deal on your first home – that way, there are no unwanted surprises. Only the good ones, such as crossing the threshold at a competitive rate. You deserve the best possible solution, ensuring the day you receive the keys is one to remember for the right reasons.
Unsure whether you’re eligible for tax credits or other incentives? Let me take a look and find out for certain. The same applies to any eco-friendly credits if the property you purchase is eligible. As for mortgage rates, I’m happy to shoulder the hard work and secure you the best rates possible. This can especially be important for condos as their association fees go against your preapproval amount. If you need a negotiator who puts in the effort to deliver true value to your first home mortgage, you can count on me.
I’m proud to have helped fund well over 2,000 mortgages in the last 15 years, accumulating well over $600 million in mortgage volume to boot. With over 40 lenders readily available including major banks, I’m serious about fostering and maintaining lasting relationships with each. Above all else, however, I’m here to help you find the best possible value so you can cross the threshold with peace of mind. Not just any mortgage is good enough – it needs to be one that puts you first.