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    Home Purchase - Home Refinance
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    Filetypes allowed: jpg, jpeg, zip, png, pdf, doc, docx, txt, xml, xlsx. pdf documents are preferred.

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  • Please DO NOT just take pictures with your phoneIt works much better for us if you install and use any of the free scanner apps available at the Apple app store, or Google Play to scan documents.  Apple devices come with a built-in scanner within the NOTES application. The Cambria App has a built in scanner for uploading documents. Click HERE to download the app to your iPad or Smartphone

  • Common Documents Needed For Loan Approval

    • Last 30-days of pay stubs (including any part-time jobs)
    • Last 60-days of bank statements (actual statements, like what would be mailed to the home, not screen prints)
    • Last years W2's (all jobs held)
    • IF REFINANCE: Most recent mortgage statement (all mortgage loans)

    Self-Employed or own rental property?

    • Last two year personal and business federal tax returns, including any W2's, and all K1's.

    If Applicable

    • Divorce papers if divorced in the last 7-years
    • Bankruptcy papers (full copy) including discharge notice (if within the last 7-years)
    • Proof of Sheriff Sale Date (Sheriff Certificate of Sale) if within the last 7-years.

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