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Things To Immediately Do About Mortgage Broker

A mortgage broker is an intermediary who brings mortgage borrowers and mortgage lenders together, but who does not use their own funds to originate mortgages. A broker helps borrowers connect with lenders and seeks out the best fit in terms of the borrower's financial situation and interest-rate needs. The mortgage broker also gathers paperwork from the borrower and passes that paperwork along to a mortgage lender for underwriting and approval purposes. The broker earns a commission from either the borrower, the lender, or both at closing.

How Mortgage Brokers Work?

A mortgage broker serves as intermediary between borrowers and lenders in the real estate market. Whether a potential borrower is buying a new home or refinancing, a broker gathers loan options from various lenders for the borrower to consider, while qualifying the borrower for a mortgage with those lenders at the same time. The broker also gathers financial information such as income, assets, and employment documentation; a credit report; and other information for assessing the borrower’s ability to secure financing that is then passed on to potential lenders. A mortgage broker is an intermediary who brings mortgage borrowers and mortgage lenders together, but who does not use their own funds to originate mortgages.

A mortgage broker helps borrowers connect with lenders and seeks out the best fit in terms of the borrower's financial situation and interest-rate needs. In most cases, mortgage brokers are paid an upfront commission and a trail or ongoing commission for the business they bring to the bank. These commissions are paid out only once your home loan settles. The commissions themselves are based on a percentage of the loan amount and the LVR. A mortgage broker doesn't guarantee that you're getting the best deal. For certain borrowers, traditional banks could offer better loans than mortgage brokers.

 
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