How to Pick your Lender for your First Home or Refinancing in Acadiana

Dated: January 5 2021

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How to Pick your Local Lafayette Lender for your First Home or Refinancing

Your local Lafayette lender is one person that can make or break you with finances towards your home. Before you become involved with anyone that will involve your money, you need to make sure that they are going to offer you the best. Once you know some basic concepts, you can begin to find a lender that will fit your needs.

The first set of characteristics that you will want to look for with a lender is the type of loans that they will offer and the policies that are set next to them. The loan that is offered to you should fit your individual financial needs and give you the benefit of the financial world. This doesn't just include the loan types, it also includes the extra fees that are attached to loans and how these will differ with you. You should also ask about things such as pre-payment penalties and rate locks that may be attached to your loan.

You will also want to know how your lender will benefit you. Sometimes, you can get discount points added to your loan, as well as lender guarantees. These will help to lower the rate of your loan and will help you to gain credit. You want to make sure that no matter what the loan, that you are not going to be penalized for anything and that you benefit from what you are getting.

The main idea when finding a lender for your home or to refinance is to make sure that you will get exactly what you want from the loan. This includes everything from the type of loan that you will get to the timing and type of funding that will be offered to you. With any situation, go with your list of questions ready and be willing to listen to possibilities. However, if you aren't satisfied, you can find a lender that will listen to you better.

Even if it is your first time buying a house or if you are trying to get a little extra money, you should always walk into a lender's office and know exactly what you are getting into. In the long run, this will make a difference in your abilities to stay in a place and benefit from what is being offered.

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Ted Daigle

About Ted Daigle – Realtor Growing up in Church Point, LA instilled values of hard work and dedication, which has carried over into every aspect of his life, including real estate. This Lafayette r....

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