1st Florida Lending Corp., a registered Mortgage Lender Orlando servicing all of Florida offering over 48 loans programs including Conventional Loans, Non-Conforming Loans, FHA Loans, VA Loans, USDA Loan, Self-Employed Loans, Bank Statement Loans, No-Doc Loans, Reverse Mortgage Loans, ITIN Loans, Rental Investment Loans, to name a few and specializing in Bank Statement Loans or “stated loans” requiring no Tax Return verification and much more. * No broker or lender fees are for FHA,VA, USDA and Conventional loan types Main Office: 2151 Consulate Dr. * Suite 8 * Orlando, FL., 32837 * Telephone (800) 655-1345 * (407) 300-2558 * Fax (877) 401-9955 We are approved lenders for all Government Loans and registered with the Florida Office of Financial Regulation - # MLD106 When Banks Say No ! We Say YES ! ® is a registered trademark owned by 1st Florida Lending Corp.
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Bank Statement Loans for Self-Employed Borrowers

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Qualifying for a Self-Employed Bank Statement Loan Bank Statement Loans are utilized by a wide range of self-employed professionals, including small business owners, DBA's, PA’s, freelancers, independent contractors, and many other types of self-employed people, etc... Being self-employed it can be difficult to obtain a mortgage. The facts are that most self-employed would agree that their tax returns don't really show their true income as many tend to write off many expenses over that a W-2 wage earner. Regardless of what you make for income, tax write-offs and deductions reduce your taxable income that can affect your debt-to-income ratios. As a result, your net taxable income (after deductions) may disqualify you for a traditional mortgage for purchasing and/or refinancing ! Determining Qualifying Income We simply use Bank Statement Deposits to establish a monthly qualifying Income by . Qualifying income may differ if the primary income is deposited directly into a business bank account first vs deposited into a personal bank account. Another option is a self-employed stated income loan which requires a few months bank statements, but does not require bank statement income verification Essentially there are 3 types Bank Statement Loan categories as outlined below. 1. Business Bank Statements: Primary income deposited into business accounts which includes Inc, Corps, LLC, DBA, PA and 1099’s made payable to the entities above 2. Personal Bank Statement Loans: Primary income deposited into personal accounts which includes 1009 made payable to your name and not an entity 3. Stated Income Bank Statement Loans: Simply State your Income on the loan application. A few months banks are required to verify proof of funds to close Learn More Highlights of our (14+) Bank Statement Loan Programs for Purchases, Refinance and Cash-Out Refinancing Call us about LTV using 12 months personal or business bank statements Min $150,000 up to $10,000,000 Business bank statements and personal bank statements permitted Borrower does not have to be 100% owner of the business No Tax Returns or 4506 required to qualify No MI and No Prepayment Penalty P&L statements NOT required on most programs 5/1 & 7/1 ARM’s or 30 year Fixed Competitive rates starting in the 5’s Unsurpassed funding timelines Purchase, Rate/Term and Cash-Out Refinance Owner-occupied, 2nd homes and investment properties Non-warrantable condos OK SFR, Condos, Townhouse and 2-4 Units1 day out of Bankruptcy, Foreclosure, Short Sale Multiple bank accounts are permitted with 2 of our 14 programs Common-sense consideration of NSFs and overdrafts We now offer a no reserve program vs. the typical 3 to 6 months Can I still get approved if I recently changed my Tax Status from W-2 to Self- Employed ? Yes ! so long as the changed occurred 12 months ago or more Acceptable Properties: Single family homes, townhomes, condos, condotels, duplex, triple or four-plex all qualify on various programs. Property usage can be as a primary residence, second home, vacation Home or rental investment properties.
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Evolution of Bank Statement Mortgage Loans After the crash of the housing market in 2008, the federal government took custodianship over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the two largest lenders in the country. They were so large that if they failed, they would put thousands of homeowners out on the street, so the government stepped in While this led to many of the great loan programs that we have today, including HARP and FHA that let homeowners recover from being underwater or buy a home with less money down, they also made it far more difficult for business owners and self-employed people to buy a home. Entrepreneurs and self-employed workers were now required to prove their income by what they pay in taxes, not what they made. This has kept everyone from doctors and lawyers to real estate agents and web designers from buying a home, as they are forced to write off business expenses merely to keep their companies or practices profitable. This shows as less income made for taxes but doesn't show the true income that they make. This means that they can't buy a home that is on the proper level to what they make but instead must settle for less home or continue to rent