Have Uneven Income? You can Still Qualify for a Mortgage

Have Uneven Income? You can Still Qualify for a Mortgage

Not a W-2 earner? Not everyone is. And sometimes a conventional mortgage loan isn’t the answer to your unique work situation. Self-employed, independent contractors, gig workers, commissioned-based employees, landlords, or anyone else who does not have a standard W-2...
How do I know if I qualify for a Non-QM loan?

How do I know if I qualify for a Non-QM loan?

Conventional loans may not be the best-fit mortgage for everybody; borrowers with unique financial circumstances may have difficulty qualifying based on conventional lending requirements. The good news is non-qualified mortgages, or Non-QM loan products, are designed...
Simple Access Programs: Setting Self-Employed, Investors & Independent Contractors Up for Success

Simple Access Programs: Setting Self-Employed, Investors & Independent Contractors Up for Success

When it comes to financing a home mortgage, borrowers may not always think outside the box. Conventional, FHA, VA, and USDA loans are on everyone’s radar. But not everyone fits into those boxes. Self-employed, property investors, and contractors may have good credit,...
What is a Bank Statement Loan?

What is a Bank Statement Loan?

Trying to qualify for a conventional home mortgage loan when you are self-employed can prove challenging when it comes to all the income verification requirements. If you are among the estimated 14-million workers in the U.S. earning income from freelance, contract,...
Getting a Mortgage Without Salaried Income

Getting a Mortgage Without Salaried Income

Working a job that pays hourly, or through contract employment, can sometimes limit your options when it comes to finding a home loan. Fortunately, today’s mortgage marketplace is evolving to meet the needs of today’s diverse workforce. When you don’t have salaried...