• Mortgage loans are notoriously paperwork intensive. W2's, pay stubs, tax returns, bank statements, and more. Your important information security is very important to us, so please use one of the secure document systems below. 

    As an alternative, you can also e-Mail documents directly to your Loan Officer.

  • Direct to your online account

    Use this secure option to submit supporting application documents directly into your file. Existing Login and Password Required.

    Do NOT select "Create an Account" when using this option if you don't already have a login. Instead, contact your Loan Officer first to turn on access your access to this option.

    Upload to my account

  • General Upload

    Use this secure option to submit your supporting application documents into our general upload system ONLY if you do not yet have a password and login yet.

    NOTICE: File type and file size restrictions apply. Max file size 7mb

    General Upload



    • Last 30-days of pay stubs
    • Last 60-days of bank statements (actual statements, like what would be mailed to the home, not screen prints)
    • Last two years W2's (all jobs held)
    • Last filed Federal Tax Return
    • Most recent mortgage statement (refinance only)

    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.

    Self-Employed or own rental property?

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

    These are Secure Web Sites: Information you send us must pass through your own computer, your own Internet Service Provider, our Internet Provider, and eventually to us. As soon as the personal information that you have put into your browser leaves your computer, it is encrypted using "SSL" (Secure Sockets Layer) technology. Any network between you and us, including your ISP and our ISP, will only see garbled encrypted data if they were to "eavesdrop" on our connection. This ensures that no other site can assume the identity of the original site. You can verify by looking for https in the domain name. The 's' means secure. Un-secure sites only say http.