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Pulse: Tell us about a time when funding broke a deal

This month we’ll be speaking with leading mortgage providers about where the market is headed and how products are digitally evolving to meet buyer needs. We’ll also be exploring new alternative funding options that are changing the game for buyers and sellers. Visit us for the month of the mortgage and alternative financing.

Pulse is a recurring column in which we conduct a weekly survey asking readers’ views on various topics and reporting on our results.

As the general phrase goes, we all make mistakes. Some mistakes are more expensive than others, especially when buying a home. For many first-time buyers or inexperienced buyers, taking risky steps like applying for a new loan or applying for a vacation package right before closing their dream home can really put business at risk.

As a real estate agent, you’ve likely seen a handful of deals fail due to funding problems. This week we ask you to tell us about these stories. What happened? What have you learned from these situations and how have you changed the way you advise homebuyers in order to get the perfect home?

We’ll be compiling a list of the top answers and posting it on Inman next Tuesday.

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