Technology is changing the way people buy a home in many ways. Virtual 3D tours allow people to “walk through” a home without being there in person. And in many instances prequalification or mortgage paperwork can now be done online, which may help streamline the process for buyers.
Here, we explore three of the most common times you may have to complete paperwork, what documents may be required, and when you’ll encounter them in the homebuying journey. Check with your home mortgage consultant to learn which of these may be completed electronically, and make sure your lender is using secure platforms to handle your data.