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Get Ready For Homeownership. Let's Get Started!*
How Does QBI Work?
QBI generates a three-digit number that reflects credit-readiness, ability to purchase based on housing affordability, and information provided fundamental to the loan approval process.
Credit-worthiness is measured by the user's credit score range from Equifax.
We use data from Zillow® along with information you provide to help you assess how likely you are to find a house in your area that you can reasonably afford.
Your answers to a few basic questions help our lender partners better understand where you are starting from on the road to homeownership.
*The Qualified Buyer Index (QBI) is a lead generation tool owned by The QBI Companies (Getqbi, LLC and QBI, LLC) that is designed to match prospective home buyers with certain licensed mortgage companies or professionals.
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