Pre-Approval Expiry Date
- The date at which a mortgage pre-approval will expire. Depending on the mortgage lender, the pre-approval expiry date for a CanEquity mortgage is between 90 - 120 days after a borrower has been approved. If the pre-approval expires, the borrower will need to re-apply for a mortgage.
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Related Terms and Acronyms
- Approval — Definition,
- An assessment made by a lender of a borrower's ability to pay for a home and a confirmation of the amount the borrower may obtain.
- Lender — Definition,
- The bank or mortgage company offering the loan.
- Loan — Definition,
- Letting another party use something of value temporarily.
- Mortgage (mtg) — Abbreviation, Important,
- A mortgage is a contract stipulating a specific real property, typically a residence or building, as collateral for a loan. The mortgage incurs a rate of interest that varies according to term and other features.
- Mortgage Application — Definition, Very Important,
- A document in which a prospective borrower details his or her financial situation to qualify for a loan.
- Pre-approval — Definition,
- A process that mortgage lenders use to determine how much money they would lend you based on a thorough review of your financial situation. Lenders issue a pre-approval letter which strengthens your position when bidding on a home, as it shows sellers that you will be able to raise funds needed to purchase.
- Pre-approval Letter — Definition,
- A document from a lender or broker, estimating how much a potential home-buyer could borrow, based on current interest rates and a preliminary look at credit history.
- Pre-qualification — Definition,
- An informal process in which a lender will offer an opinion on how much money you may be able to borrow. This opinion is based entirely on the financial information you provide and is neither binding nor necessarily accurate because lenders have not yet verified your financial information.
- Rate Hold — Definition,
- The length of time, typically between 60 and 120 days, that a lender will guarantee a loan's interest rate once you are locked in.