When you apply for a home loan, lenders traditionally ask you to share paperwork which proves your income.
Usually this includes forms such as W-2, tax returns, paycheck stubs, and so forth.
For many applicants, providing this paperwork is easy. But for others, it may be impossible. If for example you are self-employed, you do not have any W-2s, and providing other proof of income can be a hassle.
In those cases, using the No Tax Return method can save you time and help you qualify for a home loan fast.
We also offer P&L, CPA Letter Loans and bank statement loans.
Click below to apply for home purchase or refinance the fast and straightforward way with a No Tax Return loan.
We would be happy to answer any questions you might have. The No Tax Return loan process is quick and easy, but we can walk you through it step-by-step if you need assistance.
Give us a call at:
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Feel free to call (408) 599-3628
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