The Loan Application
Know what you need to know!
You will be asked to provide detailed financial information when you apply for a mortgage. Be prepared with the following information.
Funds for appraisals, credit reports and lending fees
12 months cancelled rent/mortgage checks
W-2 (2 years) and the last thirty days pay stubs
Last 2 years tax returns
Bank statement, last few months – all accounts
Certificate of Eligibility (VA)
Divorce decree/seperation agreement if applicable
Other papers may be required depending on the loan
Realtors represent clients in a number of ways
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A customer is a party to a real estate transaction who has established no intermediary or agency relationship with any Broker in that transaction.
Represents you, the buyer. The Realtor has a fiduciary responsibility to work for your best interests. When I represent you I make sure your needs are met.
Represents the seller. The Realtor has a fiduciary responsibility to the seller.
A Broker engaged as an intermediary does not represent the buyer or the seller, but acts as a middle man. The intermediary must exercise reasonable skill and care and must comply with Wyoming law.
Listening to you and keeping you informed. Needs – showing you properties that fit what you want. Simplifying the home buying process.