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October 23, 1993 - Image 75

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-23

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Negotiating for your new home
with a Chase Pre-approved Mortgage
is like having "cash in hand."

CHASE Manhattan knows that when you

Nor are negotiating a real estate transaction,
only one thing even approaches the clout of cash. It
is the Case Pre-approved Jumbo Mortgage.*
Chase relationship Managers have the authori-
ty to give you written pre-approval on a specific
loan amount . . . usually within 72 hours of receiv-
ing you completed application. This positions you
up front as a qualified buyer and creates "cash-in-
hand" negotiating power.
So if you're looking for a competitive edge,
look into the Chase Pre-approved Mortgage.

Call Chase for:

• Dedicated Service from
Application through Closing

• Easy Application Process and
Prompt Loan Decisions

• Pre-approval on Loan
Amounts up to $2 Million

or More
• Flexible Terms and
Competitive Rates

CHASE MANHATTAN.
PROFIT FROM THE EXPERIENCE g2

* A Chase Pre-approved Jumbo Mortgage is subject to certain conditions such as a property appraisal acceptable to Chase.

Call your local Chase office today.

Bloomfield Hills
200 East Long Lake
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304
313-645-6466

© 1993 Chase Manhattan Personal Financial Services, Inc.

INTELLIGENT, INDIVIDUALIZED FINANCING

STYLE • FALI- 1993 •

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