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ashleighandclint,When you speak to a loan officer and you go through a pre-qualification along with looking at your credit report the loan officer should be able to inform you if you should move on to the next step of qualification phase. It is an easy process and should be done prior to you looking for a home so that way you are not disappointed if for some reason you did not qualify to buy a home.
The easiest way to get prequalified is to find a reputable REALTOR in your area and ask them for a list of mortgage companies. There is a difference when comparing mortgage companies to banks for preapprovals. Banks sometimes ( but not all the time) charge higher fees that actual mortgage companies. Remember this when prequalifying. Also, feel free to shop around and use the leverage from one to get better deals from another. They want your business. Make them earn it. Good Luck!
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