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Incentive offers may include:
- No loan origination fee (up to $1, 085 value) through Prosperity Home Mortgage, LLC
- $200 off settlement fees through an participating settlement services company1
- Complimentary appraisal (up to $450 value)2
- 10% discount off home inspection fee through US Inspect (purchase only)3
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1. Participating settlement services companies: RGS Title (District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia); Sage Title Group (District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia); Settlement Pros (District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia); Mid-States title of SWVA (Virginia); Bon Air/Long & Foster Title Agency, LLC (Virginia)
2. Borrowers are eligible for a lender credit toward closing costs on the Closing Disclosure on a new purchase, secured by a first mortgage or deed of trust (New Loan), subject to qualification, approval and closing with Prosperity Home Mortgage, LLC. Loan must close within 90 days from the date of loan application. Discount may not exceed $450.00 for appraisal. Credit coupon must be presented at time of application and all eligibility requirements met no later than 2 days prior to the New Loan closing date. This discount is void where prohibited and is non-transferable, subject to the terms herein, and valid on all complete applications received on or before .
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I agree with Michael Cheng. If you have a great credit score, stable, verifiable income, verifiable cash on hand or assets, you are a dream client. By comparison shopping, you will be able to obtain a Loan Estimate from at least three different types of lenders: Talk with the mortgage department of where you currently bank. You already have a banking relationship with them. This is a good place to start. Next, apply with a local, licensed non-bank mortgage lender. Somebody located in the town in which you live. Last, apply with a local mortgage broker.