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Qualifying Income: Does Yours Apply?


Qualifying Income: Does Yours Apply?

 

Qualifying Income: Does Yours Apply?.

You will be asked to provide proof of self-employment as well as a 2-year income history to prove your “taxable” earnings.

 

Part-time income: 1-2 year history of earnings required along with confirmation of employment.

Pension income: 2-year history of earnings via cheque slips and/or bank account statement showing pension deposit.

Disability income: must be long term and confirmed with documentation.

Child Support or Alimony: can be used if the divorce or separation agreement confirms the amount though some lenders will also want to see proof it has been deposited to your bank account for last 3-6 months too

Seasonal Employment:  minimum 2 year history of earnings required along with T4s and/or Notice of Assessments and employer confirmation.

Rental income: lease agreements and/or tax returns confirming amount of the rents from rental properties or legal suites.

 2 years income tax documentation for part-time, bonus, or overtime to use an two year average.

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Joel Lobb
Senior  Loan Officer

(NMLS#57916)
 
American Mortgage Solutions, Inc.
800 Stone Creek Pkwy, Ste 7,
Louisville, KY 40223
 Fax:     (502) 327-9119
 
 Company ID #1364 | MB73346

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Louisville, Kentucky Mortgage —Things need for Quick Easy Approval-


For a Quick Easy Loan Approval:Have These Items Ready When You Apply For a Loan
For a Quick Easy Loan Approval:  Louisville, Kentucky Mortgage —Things need for Quick Easy Approval-

Have These Items Ready When You Apply For a Loan

•Income Items

◦W2 forms for the last two years

◦Most recent pay stubs covering a 30 day period

◦Federal tax returns (1040’s) for the last two years, if:

■you are self-employed

■earn regular income from capital gains

■earn sizable interest income, etc.

■earn more than 25% of your income from commissions or bonuses

■own rental property

■or are in a career where you are likely to take non-reimbursed business expenses).

◦Year-to-Date Profit and Loss Statement (for self employed)

◦Corporate or Partnership tax returns (if you own more than 25% of the business)

◦Pension Award letter (for retired individuals)

◦Social Security Award letters (for those on Social Security)

•Asset Items

◦Bank statements for previous two months (sometimes three) on all accounts. All pages, even if you don’t think them important.

◦Statements for two months on all stocks, mutual funds, bonds, etc

◦Copy of latest 401K statement (or other retirement assets because they can count as reserves)

◦Explanations for any large deposits and source of those funds

◦Copy of HUD1 Settlement Statement on recent sales of homes

◦Copy of Estimated HUD1 Settlement Statement if a previous home is for sale, but not yet closed

◦Gift letter (if some of the funds come as a gift from a family member – the lender will supply a blank form)

◦Gifts can also require:

■Verification of donor’s ability to make the gift (bank statement)

■Copy of the check used to make the gift

■Copy of the deposit receipt showing the funds deposited into bank account or escrow

◦Note: many get their statements of various kinds over the internet and these are not always acceptable to lenders, especially when the printed version does not contain the borrower’s name, account number, and the name of the institution.

•Credit Items

◦Landlord’s name, address, and phone number (if you rent – for verification of rental)

◦Explanations for any of the following items which may appear on your credit report:

■Late payments

■Credit inquiries in the last 90 days

■Charge-offs

■Collections

■Judgments

■Liens

◦Copy of bankruptcy papers if you have filed bankruptcy within the last seven years

•Other

◦Copy of purchase agreement (if you have already made an offer)

◦To document receipt of child support (if you desire to show it as income)

■Copy of Divorce Settlement (to show the amount)

■Copies of twelve months canceled checks to document actualreceipt of funds

•FHA Loans

◦Copy of Social Security Card (or other documentation of social security number)

◦Copy of Driver’s license

•VA Loans

◦Copy of DD214

•Refinances

◦Copy of your most recent monthly mortgage bill

◦The following cannot hurt to have ready, but are not as necessary as they once were:

Copy of Note on existing loan

Copy of HUD1 Settlement Statement on existing loan

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