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Mortgage/Finance

Can I use my pay stubs as proof of income for a mortgage?

Can I use my pay stubs as proof of income for a mortgage?


Dallas Lewis

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5 months ago

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Yes, pay stubs can generally be used as proof of income when applying for a mortgage. Lenders typically require documentation of your income to assess your ability to repay the loan. Pay stubs can provide details such as your gross income, deductions, and year-to-date earnings, which help lenders determine your financial stability and ability to make mortgage payments. However, specific requirements may vary depending on the lender and the type of mortgage you are applying for, so it's always best to check with your lender for their specific documentation requirements. You can also get our professional help to create fake proof of income documents incase you don’t have any. Contact us for a quick response. Message on WhatsApp / Telegram / Signal: +1 914 274 8666

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