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Mortgage app with job change

I have a job off in the same field of my current job which is in transportation. It would be a 10,000 dollar raise but we are going to go for pre-approval next month after some accounts update. Will this cause me to not be pre approved?

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Re: Mortgage app with job change

No it will not.

You will be okay, sometimes the UW will want 30 days paystubs possibly a little longer of your new job. YMMV
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Re: Mortgage app with job change

Best of luck in the new job and homebuying process!!!

 

 

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