Lender Checklist: What You Need For a Mortgage

Dated: March 5 2019

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LENDER CHECKLIST: WHAT YOU NEED FOR A MORTGAGE

• W-2 forms — or business tax return forms if you're self-employed — for the last two or three years for every person signing the loan.

• Copies of at least one pay stub for each person signing the loan.

• Account numbers of all your credit cards and the amounts for any outstanding balances.

• Copies of two to four months of bank or credit union statements for both checking and savings accounts.

• Lender, loan number, and amount owed on other installment loans, such as student loans and car loans.

• Addresses where you’ve lived for the last five to seven years, with names of landlords if appropriate.

• Copies of brokerage account statements for two to four months, as well as a list of any other major assets of value, such as a boat, RV, or stocks or bonds not held in a brokerage account.

• Copies of your most recent 401(k) or other retirement account statement.

• Documentation to verify additional income, such as child support or a pension.

• Copies of personal tax forms for the last two to three years.

The data relating to real estate for sale on this site comes in part from the Broker Reciprocity Program of Georgia MLS. Real estate listings held by brokerage firms other than Results Realty Services are marked with the Broker Reciprocity logo and detailed information about them includes the name of the listing brokers. 


Listing broker has attempted to offer accurate data, but buyers are advised to confirm all items. 

Copyright 2019 Georgia MLS. All rights reserved. 

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