Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Tax Refunds as Assets

It's almost tax refund time. Many people ask us if tax refunds can be used to pay for a mortgage down payment or closing costs.

The answer is YES! All a borrower needs to do to document the tax refund is to provide a copy of the refund check and a bank statement showing that the refund has been deposited into their account. If the refund was automatically deposited into their account, they won't have a copy of the check, but the notation on their bank statement will show that it is a tax refund. In the case of automatic deposits, the only documentation necessary is the bank statement.

The money does NOT have to be "seasoned", meaning it has been in their account for 60 days. As soon as the refund has been deposited, it can be used to pay the down payment or closing costs.

Getting a loan approved is easy - if you know what to do. The Mortgage Experts know what to do!!!

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