Tips for Buying Homes Chico CA

Get pre-approved for a mortgage in Chico. This is a lender's guarantee that you have a mortgage in hand, once you find the home of your dreams. With a pre-approved mortgage, you'll be able to make a firm commitment to buy and make your offer more desirable to the seller.

Butte Community Bank
(530) 899-7100
1390 Ridgewood Drive
Chico, CA
 
Oaktree Funding Corporation
(800) 429-5000
35 Burkeshire Ct
Chico, CA
 
American Pacific Mortgage
(530) 624-0210
1051 Mangrove Ave Ste 1B
Chico, CA
 
Gateway Business Bank
(916) 894-5695
535 Wall Street
Chico, CA
 
Gold Country Lenders Inc
(530) 877-3455
7080 B Skyway
Paradise, CA
 
Home123 Corporation
(530) 343-6010
40 Constitution Dr Ste E
Chico, CA
 
Community Hsg Improvement Program
(916) 891-6931
1001 Willow St
Chico, CA
 
Real Estate Loan Center Inc
(530) 894-4590
1101 El Monte Ave
Chico, CA
 
Countrywide Home Loans Inc
(530) 897-6070
110 Mission Ranch Blvd
Chico, CA
 
American Pacific Mortgage
(530) 877-9464
6200 Clark Rd Ste A
Paradise, CA
 

Tips for Buying Homes

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Deadline Newsroom - The National Association of Realtors says increase your chances of getting your dream house instead of losing it to another buyer, with these easy steps.

• Get pre-approved for a mortgage. This is a lender's guarantee that you have a mortgage in hand, once you find the home of your dreams. With a pre-approved mortgage, you'll be able to make a firm commitment to buy and make your offer more desirable to the seller.

• Stay in close touch with your real estate agent to find out first about new listings that come on the market. And be ready to go see a house as soon as it goes on the market.

• Scout out new listings yourself. Look at Internet sites, newspaper ads, and drive by the neighborhood frequently. Maybe you'll see a brand-new "for sale" sign before anyone else.

• Be ready to make a decision. Spend lots of time in advance deciding what you must have so you won't be unsure when you have the chance to make an offer.

• Bid competitively. You may not want to start out offering the absolutely highest price you can afford, but don't try to go too low to make a deal. In a tight market, you'll lose out. ...

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