You can get a Home Loan Now with a New Job

2010 April 5
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by iggy

Doesn’t it feel great to have a new job?  With the fierce competition in the job market, it is really a privilege to have a job in the first place.  You now have the power to lead your own life, without being financially dependent on your parents.  It is a whole new ball game, and it is crucial that you are able to invest your money wisely.  Either you splurge all your income on useless comforts, or you do yourself a favor and put your money where it can grow and multiply, or have long term benefits.

A wise thing to do would be to get yourself a place of your own.  Of course, it is expected that you don’t have immediate funds available as you have just started working, and have no substantial savings.  Do not let this stop you, as we can help you with this!  We have various loan products and depending on your situation, we are able to ensure that we provide you with a product that you can afford to repay. Someone who has just entered new employment  can apply for low doc, no doc and other home loan types.

Being new at your job, you may also have no genuine savings of your own, or have only started to save but hasn’t reached the three month mark that most lenders require the savings to be held in your account for.  But you need not worry as a loan is still possible even without genuine savings.  All you need are the right documents prepared for you, and the right paperwork to be submitted.

We are the experts on home loans, and we scour every possible option to ensure that the valuable income that you make from your new job is not squandered on a bad and expensive loan.  We can offer you the best deals, and even create deals tailored to what you can afford for your new job home loan.   This way you are sure that your first home purchase or your investment in real estate is one that can be possible.

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