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You can shop around for a mortgage and it will not hurt your credit. The impact on your credit is the same no matter how many lenders you consult, as long as the last credit check is within 45 days of the first credit check.
The entire mortgage process has several parts, including getting pre-approved, getting the home appraised, and getting the actual loan. In a normal market, this process takes about 30 days on average, says Fite. During high-volume months, it can take longer—an average of 45 to 60 days, depending on the lender.
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