New What's the Most Difficult Part of the Mortgage Process

Hello everyone, my name is Jennifer Hernandez, I am a Senior Loan Officer in the state of Texas and with over 4100 deals closed in my 26 years of experience I can say with confidence that my knowledge on home mortgages, the various types of loans, and other finance-related topics that are fluent to me and my team.

Hey everyone! I hope you are having a fantastic day today! Today I want to talk about the most difficult part in the mortgage process.

So, in my 26 years of experience, I have found filling out paperwork the most difficult for people applying for a loan. Now this isn’t my own personal experience, many people attempting to get a loan struggle with this all the time. Whether it’s a miscommunication on the lender’s end or a misinterpretation on the person applying, there is a lot of room for mistakes.

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