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April
19

Pre-Approval Process - Buy a Home - DeHOFF REALTORS®

The decision to buy a home is among the most important decisions you'll ever make. As with all big decisions, it isn't one you want to walk into blindly. Our real estate agents understand that it's perfectly normal to want to focus on finding your dream home. However, the largest and most important detail to take care of is the mortgage, and you should get the preapproval process out of the way before ever starting your search. 

The Importance of Preapproval

Preapproval is your ticket to comfortable homeownership. Unlike pre-qualification, the preapproval process is more in-depth and detailed. Your lender will thoroughly review your W2 statements, bank records, credit reports, tax records, employment records, etc. This is often referred to as the "4 C's" since the lender will look at your capacity to pay the mortgage, your credit, the capital/cash reserves you have access to, and the collateral you're putting down for the loan.

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April
5

Historic Sites Around Stark County - DeHOFF REALTORS®

Stark County's present has been shaped by its past. How much do you know about the people and events that have influenced the area? Our real estate agents love exploring Stark County's rich history at these fascinating locations around North Canton.

  1. William McKinley Presidential Library & Museum - 800 McKinley Monument Dr. NW, Canton, OH 44708
    Ohio is second only to Virginia in the number of presidents that have come from the state. William McKinley Presidential Library & Museum has been called a "hidden gem" just minutes from Canton homes for sale. In addition to the memorial to our 25th president, which includes the final resting spot of McKinley and his family, the museum features a comprehensive exhibit displaying 200 years of Stark County history. Admission is $10 for adults and $8 for kids ages 3-18. The museum is open from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday (closed from noon - 1 p.m. for cleaning).

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