Before or During Buying a Home in Las Vegas!

Dated: October 6 2020

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10 Things to keep in mind before/during the buying process in Las Vegas:

  • Do talk with a lender: Don’t let your offer get left behind the pack, every buyer needs a pre qualification letter.
  • Do Keep in mind your lender will want to see bank statements from at least the last 30 days, sometimes even the last 90 days.
  • Do hire licensed and reputable contractors to conduct your inspections.

  • Do not change jobs once you are under contract: This will affect your ability to secure the loan
  • Do not make any major purchases while looking or once you are under contract. This includes buying new furniture, buying or leasing a car, general rule is don’t make any purchases over $500.
  • Do not use credit cards excessively. Try to keep all card balances to a minimum.
  • Do not close or open any lines of credit during the process.
  • Do not spend any of the money you have set aside for your downpayment. If you have to make a large deposit into your bank account notify your lender first.
  • Do not allow anyone to pull a credit report while you are under contract on a home.
  • Do not change bank accounts.
  • Do not co-sign on a loan for anyone until after you have closed on your home. .
  • Do not make any changes to the home while you are under contract, you must wait until after closing and the home is officially yours!
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