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Are you in the market for a new home and feeling a bit confused about the difference between a mortgage professional and a real estate agent? While both professionals play a vital role in helping you buy a home, there are some key differences you should know about.
Here are three differences between a mortgage pro (like a loan officer or a mortgage broker) and a real estate agent that could make all the difference in your home-buying journey.
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A loan officer and mortgage broker is a financial professional who specializes in helping you secure financing for your home purchase. They work with you to understand your financial situation and help you find the best mortgage product to fit your needs.
Mortgage professionals help you navigate the complicated world of mortgage rates, terms, and conditions and ensure you get the best possible deal. They can also help you understand the various types of mortgage loans available, including conventional loans, FHA loans, and VA loans.
While a mortgage professional is focused on financing, a real estate agent is focused on helping you find your dream home. They work with you to understand your preferences and needs and then use their expertise to help you find the perfect home that fits your budget and lifestyle.
A real estate agent can also help you negotiate with sellers and ensure you get the best possible deal on your new home.
While there are differences between mortgage professionals and real estate agents, both work together to help you buy a home. Your mortgage pro can help you secure financing for your home purchase, while your real estate agent can help you find the perfect home and navigate the complicated world of real estate transactions. Together, they can help ensure your home-buying journey is as smooth and stress-free as possible.
Don't let financing or home searching hold you back from achieving your dream of homeownership. The expertise and guidance make all the difference in helping you achieve your goals and make your dream a reality.
Take the first step towards homeownership today and start living the life you've always envisioned for yourself! Contact us today to get started.
Address:200 W 22nd Street Suite 280
Lombard, Illinois 60148
Phone: (630) 620-5200
Fax: (224) 534-3327
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ILLINOIS RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGE LICENSEE - LIC # MB.0004233
* IL Dept of Financial & Professional Regulation (IDFPR), Division of Banking, Bureau of Residential Finance 555 W Monroe St, Ste 500, Chicago, IL 60661 #(888) 473-4858
INDIANA RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGE LICENESEE - LIC # 38385
FLORIDA RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGE LICENSEE - LIC # MLD2085
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