Why exactly is this? In a nut shell, it is because of new laws put into place after the great recession. These laws require lenders to prove loan applicants have the ability to repay the loan. This is to protect borrowers from risky and deceptive lending practices that contributed to the housing boom and bust. In turn, these new laws have made it considerably harder for self-employed individuals to qualify for a mortgage.
We want to help you! If you’re self-employed and are hoping to buy a home in the future, join us to learn more. In this seminar, we will cover the in’s and out’s of why self-employed individuals have a harder time purchasing a home than others and give tips on making the process easier! This event is FREE and open to the public.
- What does it mean to be self-employed?
- What exactly are underwriters looking for?
- What can you do to be more attractive to Mortgage Lenders?
When: Wednesday, January 17th 8 am – 9 am
Where: 410 N. Boylan Ave. Raleigh, NC 27603
Who: This event is presented by Robert Courts of Prime Mortgage Lending, Inc. and Mark Steward of Mark Steward Team!
This event is FREE and open to the public!
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