How to Apply for a First Time Home Loan?

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Go to the bank with your drivers license, check stubs and what house you are looking at to purchase. They will be able to help then and there.
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How to Apply for a First Time Home Loan
Many first-time buyers are overwhelmed by the process of purchasing a home and obtaining a mortgage. However, armed with a few pieces of information, a first-time home buyer can find the process to be easier than expected. Come prepared to a meeting with... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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To apply for a first time home loan you will want to a choose a lender or title company to work with. You will need to fill out an application and provide proof of income, debt and a credit score.
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