Purchase a Home

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Ready to Purchase Your First Home or Next Home?

Choosing a purchase loan with favorable rates that matches your goals doesn’t have to be stressful. We’re here to make the home loan process easier, with tools and expert knowledge that will guide you along the way, starting with a pre-approval letter.
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Purchase a home

The Home Purchase Loan Process

1
Complete our simple mortgage pre-approval letter request.
2
Receive custom options based on your unique situation.
3
Compare mortgage interest rates and terms.
4
Choose the offer that best fits your needs.
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Do I Qualify?

To determine if you qualify, lenders review your total monthly debt (proposed housing payment + regular monthly debt) as a percentage of your total gross monthly income. The acceptable percentage (DTI) will vary depending upon the specific loan program for which you apply. Talk with one of our experts to discuss the best loan for you.
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10710 FL-54 c101, Trinity, FL 34655
(727) 226-1040
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State of Florida, Colorado, and Tennessee.
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Christopher Paul Financial, LLC dba CPF Mortgage is a Florida Mortgage Lender (NMLS 222883), Florida State License MLD929, Colorado and Tennessee registered mortgage company located at 10710 State Road 54, Ste. C101, Trinity, FL 34655. All loan approvals are credit driven and all decisions are based on underwriting credit approvals. All rates, terms, and programs are subject to change without notice. Borrowers should consider their options carefully when choosing a loan program.