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Bank Statement Program

Bank statement loans are not typical mortgages. A bank statement program is a home loan program that uses bank statements to calculate a borrower’s income. This is an alternative documentation loan type instead of using tax returns and W-2s in the qualification process. These loans are for self-employed borrowers who typically have substantial tax write-offs that make it challenging to demonstrate the necessary income to prove their ability to repay the loan. The bank statement loan programs use either personal or business bank statements to qualify borrowers.


Bank Statement Program requirements:

  • Must provide 12 months of consecutive bank statements from the same account.
  • 20% down payment required, or 10% with mortgage insurance.
  • 45% maximum debt-to-income ratio.
  • $1,000,000 maximum loan amount, $200,000 minimum.
  • Must escrow for taxes and insurance.

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Bank statement initiative

Bank statement loans are different from conventional mortgages. The bank statement initiative utilizes the bank statement to estimate the income of the borrower.

Bank statement initiative

This type of documentation is an alternative to utilizing W-2s and tax returns when checking for eligibility. This type of loan is meant for borrowers that are self-employed

Bank statement initiative

that have significant tax write-offs that made it difficult to prove the required income and their ability to repay the loan. The bank statement loan initiative uses either a business or personal bank statement to make borrowers eligible.

Adjustable Rate Mortgage

Adjustable-rate mortgages (ARMs) are also known as variable-rate mortgages. The interest rate changes periodically depending on the corresponding financial index that's associated with the loan.

Debt service coverage ratio

Debt service coverage mortgages can also be called cash flow mortgages.

Debt service coverage ratio

This type of government-backed mortgage allows eligible active-duty service members, veterans and eligible surviving spouses to finance a home

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