Get your paperwork in order.

You'll need to provide a bit of information to help us verify your ability to buy the home you want.

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Preapproval requires some paperwork. You'll want to gather your most recent information since documents typically expire after 60 days. Keep in mind that your Loan Consultant may request additional documentation for different kinds of loans.

1. Personal and residential history

  • Photo ID
  • Home address for the last two years
  • Landlord's name and address for the last two years (if renting)
  • Copies of rent or utility checks (if renting)

2. Employment and income

  • Pay stubs and employer's name (if collecting a paycheck)
  • Profit and loss statement or 1099 forms (if self-employed)
  • Tax returns from the last two years
  • Social Security, disability, alimony and more

3. Assets and debts

  • List of bank and investment statements, plus statements/titles for automobiles or real estate
  • Lease agreement (if renting your current residence)
  • Bankruptcy discharge papers
  • A complete list of debts, such as credit cards, student loans, support payments and more

Getting prequalified is a positive step in a home search. That's because it offers you a rough estimate of what you may be able to borrow. To get a prequalification letter from a lender, you'll need to provide them with some basic details about finances, including your income, assets and debts. Typically no paperwork is needed.

Information required:

  • Your name (and co-applicant name)
  • Current address
  • Estimated annual household income
  • Estimated monthly household debt

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