Kentucky FHA Requirements: Your Loan Checklist


Kentucky FHA Requirements: Your Loan Checklist

Prepare for a Smooth Application Process

Before you start the Kentucky FHA loan process, be prepared to provide some information to your loan officer. Have it ready now to save time later.

Employment

____ Name and address of employers for the past two years
____ Copy of pay stubs for the previous 30 days
____ Copy of last two years w-2 forms
        (if commissioned or paid by 1099, copy of last two years complete tax returns)
 

Self-employed

____ Copy of last two years tax returns (personal and corporate);
        year to date P&L and Balance Sheet through the most recent quarter
 

Liabilities

____ Name and account numbers for all revolving and installment accounts
____ Name and account number for all mortgage loans for the previous two years
____ Name and address for landlords for the previous two years
 

Assets

____ Name, address, and account number for all bank accounts
____ Name, address, and account numbers for all brokerage accounts
____ Copies of statements covering last 3 months on asset accounts
____ Copy of most recent statement for 401K, Savings Plan, etc.
 

Miscellaneous

____ Copy of driver’s license and social security card
____ Copy of fully executed divorce decree if applicable
____ Copy of signed earnest money contract
____ Copy of lease agreements on rental properties
____ Veterans! Copy of DD 214 and Eligibility Cert. if you have it
____ Check for the cost of your credit report and appraisal

 

In addition, you will need to pay for a credit report and appraisal of the property

Kentucky FHA Requirements: Your Loan Checklist

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