Bank Statement Loan
Another advantage of bank statement non-QM loans is that they can offer more flexible terms and conditions than traditional mortgage loans. For example, some non-QM loans may allow borrowers to have a higher debt-to-income ratio or a lower credit score than would be required for a conventional mortgage. This can make it possible for self-employed borrowers who may not qualify for a traditional mortgage to obtain financing.
When applying for a bank statement non-QM loan, self-employed borrowers will need to provide their bank statements for a specific period of time, typically 12 to 24 months. The lender will then review the statements to determine the borrower's income and financial stability.
It's important to note that bank statement non-QM loans may carry a higher interest rate than traditional mortgage loans, as they are considered to be higher risk. As a result, self-employed borrowers should carefully compare offers from different lenders and consider the total cost of the loan before deciding which option is best for them.
Mortgage Lending For Bankruptcy?
It is generally more difficult to obtain a mortgage loan after filing for bankruptcy, but it is not impossible. The exact terms and conditions of a mortgage loan after bankruptcy will depend on a variety of factors, such as the type of bankruptcy that was filed, the lender's policies, and the borrower's credit history and income.
After filing for Chapter 7 or 11 bankruptcy, you can expect that your credit score will be negatively impacted for approximately 10 years. This means that you may have difficulty getting approved for new loans or lines of credit during this time period. Additionally, your income may be severely limited by restrictions placed upon you by your court-appointed trustee during this time period. If your Chapter 13 plan was successful and you did not miss any payments during the repayment period, however, this may not affect your ability to obtain mortgage financing at all.
- Complete Income Tax Returns for past 2-years
- W-2 & 1099 Statements for past 2-years
- Pay-Check Stubs for past 2-months
- Self-Employed Income Tax Returns and YTD Profit & Loss Statements for past 3-years for self-employed borrowers
What Documents are Needed to Apply for a Home Loan?
Your loan approval depends 100% on the documentation that you provide at the time of application.
You will need to give accurate information on:
- Complete bank statements for all accounts for past 3-months
- Recent account statements for retirement, 401k, Mutual Funds, Money Market, Stocks, etc.
- Recent bills & statements indicating account numbers and minimum payments
- Landlord’s name, address, telephone number, or 12- months canceled rent checks
- Recent utility bills to supplement thin credit
- Bankruptcy & Discharge Papers if applicable
- 12-months canceled checks written by someone you co-signed for to get a mortgage, car, or credit card, this indicates that you are not the one making the payments.
- Drivers License
- Social Security Card
- Any Divorce, Palimony or Alimony or Child Support papers
- Green Card or Work Permit if applicable
- Any homeownership papers
Refinancing or Own Rental Property
- Note & Deed from any Current Loan
- Property Tax Bill
- Hazard Homeowners Insurance Policy
- A Payment Coupon for Current Mortgage
- Rental Agreements for a Multi-Unit Property
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