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Assembling Your Paperwork NOW
After checking for late
or delinquent payments on your credit report, and for its accuracy, you're ready
to apply for loan pre-approval. Your lender's going to need reams of information,
so the earlier you get started collecting it the better. For pre-approval, you
must supply the loan officer copies of your:
1 - W-2 forms
or profit-and-loss statements (for self-employed individuals)
- Pay stubs (usually one month's worth)
3 - Bank statements
(three months' worth), including: checking, savings, and other assets
- Past two years' tax returns
Since you're going to need
it anyway, you may want to gather everything else you'll need for a full loan
5 - Names and addresses of current employers
and prior employers for the past two years
6 - Debt information,
including creditor's name and address, monthly payment and balance left on the
7 - Asset information. Don't overlook
anything, even personal property--all your assets count toward qualifying for
a larger loan, including:
How Does the Process Work?
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