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Are You Ready to Get Your Offer Accepted?

Are you ready to get your offer accepted?

Hawaii is a “Sellers Market” and it’s common for a seller to get similar offers on the same house. One of the best ways to increase the probability of getting your offer accepted is getting a “Pre-Approval Letter” instead of a “Pre-Qualification Letter.”

In the next video, we explain what is behind each letter.

Thanks for watching!

Feel free to shoot me a text, email or call if you have any questions. I wish you the best of the lucks on getting your dream home.

About the Author

Gabriela Bustamante Jimenez

Gabriela Bustamante Jimenez is a REALTOR Associate with Hawai'i Life. Hi, I’m Gaby! I very much look forward to working together with you. I’m best at helping my clients find homes that fit their desired lifestyle, long term financial goals or helping my clients sell their property in a timeline manner while providing regular updates along the way. My #1 value is communication and it’s something my clients have grown to love. Lastly (and sorry to beat a dead horse here) what my clients seem to appreciate most about me is the level of personal service I provide to them; my clients are not just a number to me, they are truly someone I cherish and desire to help. You can email me at GabrielaJimenez@HawaiiLife.com or via phone at (808) 783-5285.

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Timothy Thornton

September 5, 2019

Well I appreciate the information as our plan was to obtain a pre-qualified letter but now I see the benefit for getting a pre-approval letter. Thank you! Our desire is to be in Hawaii in Jan 2020 to begin our home search.

Gabriela Bustamante Jimenez

September 18, 2019

> Hi Tim,

Thank you so much, I’m glad you enjoyed my blog post!

What a great and exiting way to start your 2020, moving to Hawaii!

One thing to keep in mind is that Pre-Approval letters expire in 90 days, a great way to be ready its getting Pre-Approved right before you guys start looking for your dream house. Typically in our market it takes between 30-45 days to close on a house.

This gives you the right amount of time to fulfill the requirements in a timely manner.

I wish you the best of the lucks on this new adventure. Enjoy the Aloha-living.

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