There are benefits to being self employed. Writing off items, and reducing your tax liability can be one of them. That is great... until you try getting a home mortgage loan, and you don't show enough income to qualify, then you get denied because you don't meet the current ATR (ability-to-repay rule).
Typically, you are applying for a standard conforming loan with guidelines established by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Tax write-offs and incentives that are legally allowed for self-employed can reduce income significantly 'on paper', which means you tax returns may not show your true income and financial picture.
Bank Statement loans allow you to qualify based on personal or business bank statement deposits, and do NOT require tax returns.
We review, analyze and calculate income from your deposits with either the last 12 or 24 months of bank statements.
Known as Non-QM loans, these loan products to not require you to meet standard ability to Repay guidelines, which halps many self-employed get a home loan.
There is one negative. That being that these loans do come at a higher interest rate than traditional loans. Therefore we always like to make sure you don't qualify traditionally before offering a bank statement option.
NOT your Old No Doc or Stated Income Loan
Regulator believe that the old stated income, or no doc loans were a major contributor to the housing crash. One can argue the merits either way, but regardless, those loans no longer exist if you want to buy a primary residence, so don't ask.
Bank statement programs work great for many, but as with all programs, not everyone will qualify. But let's start the conversation, and see if we can get you qualified today.
We lend for Non-QM loans for properties in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, North Dakota, and South Dakota only, and just on 1-4 unit residential properties
Experience the Cambria Mortgage difference by calling (651) 552-3681, or visiting iMortgageJoe.com.
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