Information about yourself and, if you're applying with a spouse or partner, information about him or her:
Social Security number or an individual taxpayer identification number
Home addresses for at least the past two years
Divorce settlement papers, if applicable
Details about your current financial affairs:
Account numbers, current names and balances for checking, savings, money market, retirement and credit card accounts
The address of your bank branch
The most recent three months of checking and savings account statements
Your most recent pay stubs, W-2s or other proof of employment and income
The most recent two years of federal income tax returns
Evidence of any other income you receive such as child support orders or Social Security award letters
Balance sheets and tax returns, if you’re self-employed
Gift letters, if you’re using gifts from your parents, other relatives or an organization helping you cover the down payment or closing costs (These letters must state that the money is a gift and will not have to be repaid.)
Canceled checks for rent or utility bill payments to demonstrate payment history
Information on all other consumer debts such as credit cards, car loans, student loans, department store credit cards, furniture loans, etc.
A purchase contract, if you have one for the home you're buying
Gather this information and visit us for a quote or get one online. Then you can move on to receiving a good faith estimate (GFE) or pre-qualification letter.
If you're ready to take the next step, work with a team that can provide the personal attention you deserve. Our mortgage company has helped over 200,000 borrowers fulfill their dream of home ownership. We'd love to help you too!