Dated: 02/21/2017

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We just closed a loan for a borrower in 17 days.

The buyer had their agents advice and went through the approval process before making an offer on their new home. We were able to let the sellers know that our client had already been through the underwriting process. They have had their credit, income and funds for closing reviewed and approved by the underwriter. Now all they needed was to sign a contract and get the home appraised and we could close. This helped the seller know that accepting the offer would result the sale actually closing. It helped our buyer get their offer accepted and now they are living in their dream home.

Let us help you get approved in advance so that when you do find your new home you too have your offer accepted and close quickly. Call today 865 686 8711

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Bonnie Lelak

Experience with regular home sales, short sales, foreclosures, HUD homes, no down payment program homes, investors who flip homes or buy rentals, commercial properties, land sales, lake front properti....

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