I've been pre-approved by my lender. Does this mean most likely the FHA will approve on their end? -Kevin

There is a difference between pre-approved and pre-qualified. You are pre-qualified if you have filled out a form on the lender's website, and at the end they tell you that you are pre-qualified. You are not pre-approved until the broker and the lender and reviewed all of your information and agree to work your loan. If in fact you were pre-approved by your broker, it is likely the FHA will approve the loan as well, though there are no guarantees.

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