Your First Physician Mortgage: How does it work?Jun 29, 2022
A physician has made the decision to buy a house, so what’s the next step? How should physicians acquire a mortgage? What is the difference between a preferred lender vs. a standard bank loan? What type of loan is the best option for a physician? Tune in to learn the seven recommended steps for physicians in the home buying process that, with planning and preparation, can help physicians get the best mortgage.
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IN THIS EPISODE
- [01:50] The first of seven steps to guide physicians in the right direction when looking to buy a house.
- [04:00] How can a physician know how much they can or should spend on a house?
- [06:55] How to find the right lender.
- [12:00] The reason most real estate agents insist buyers work with their preferred lenders.
- [15:24] What is a physician loan and is it the right choice?
- [20:26] What to do and what not to do when working with a broker.
- [26:39] The shopping and home buying processes.
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