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What documents do I need?

To accelerate your loan application process, please prepare your documentation for any applicable items below.  The documentation will be required once you provide your intent to proceed after you receive and review your initial application and disclosure package. 

Income Verification Documents for all Residential Loan Products:

Wage Earner Income

Last 30-days of pay stubs
Last 2-years of W-2s

Commissions/Overtime/Tips/Bonus Income

Last 2-years of tax returns

Retirement, Social Security or Disability Income

Last 2-years of 1099-R
Most recent award letter
Rental Property Income Last 2-years of tax returns
Rental agreements for newly acquired properties not reflected in the tax returns
Maintenance Fee (HOA/AOAO) amount for each property
Self-Employment Income Last 2-years of tax returns
Last 2-years of K-1s for all LLC, S-Corp and Partnerships
Current year-to-date Profit and Loss Statement

Sole Proprietor Income

Last 2-years of tax returns
Current year-to-date Profit and Loss Statement
S-Corp or C-Corp Income (if ownership is 25% or more) Last 2-years of tax returns
Last 2-years of K-1s

Current year-to-date Profit and Loss Statement

Additonal Documents for Purchase and Construction Transactions:

Purchase Transactions

Copy of the executed Sales/Purchase Contract with all addendums

Source of Down Payment Documentation                                            

Documentation reflecting source and availability of funds that will be used for the down payment (copies of bank statements, etc).
Construction Loan Transactions Two sets of plans and specifications signed by both the homeowner and contractor. 
Copy of the executed Construction Contract with all addendums

Additional Documentation may be required if you:

  • Claim income from alimony, child support or separate maintenance

 

 
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