4 ways to get a home offer accepted

If you’re planning on home shopping this year you better get your credit score ready!

Homes that are in decent shape are getting multiple offers right now. The only way to make a new home buyer’s offer stand out from the rest is to have a quality pre-approval from a recognized local lender in the market. The only way to get a good pre-approval is to have a great credit score. If future home buyers go to my website www.Getloanready.com and follow the 6 steps to a better credit score there’s no fee. They can also get a copy of my book Transform Your Credit on Amazon.

If they spend the afternoon reading it will give them a roadmap to get the best out of their credit score quickly that is an art. Consumers should not just start paying everything off and thinking that’s what’s going to do it. They should follow the instructions on the six steps or get the book make those safe movements that they can make/ Then go to a quality lender in their market and get a good pre-approval letter. Then they should attach a cover letter about them and why they want to buy this house.

Those two things in addition to a purchase order are going to set their offer apart and will improve the likelihood that their offer will get accepted. Homes are being sold at an above-asking price right now so if there is a multi-bid situation both coming in a full price or a couple thousand over.

That can set an offer apart with a quality pre-approval and a cover letter explaining why they want to move into the house. There are a few tips on how to survive this crazy purchase home market in 2018;

1. Get your credit score ready
2. Find a quality local lender
3. Write a cover letter
4. Get a good realtor

those are the best things that Home buyers can do to find a home for their family.

4 ways to get a home offer accepted

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