Ready To Buy Or Refinance A Home Or Investment Property

A home loan mortgage finance application can be tricky, so it is important that you have all your personal and financial information ready before you meet with your mortgage broker.

Personal Information:

The first thing you need to do is prove who you are. Chances are your home loan lender is going to be advancing you many thousands for your property purchase, so they want to be sure you are who you say you are. You will need the obligatory 100 points of identification if you are going to secure a home loan or mortgage. You will need: Birth Certificate (certified if applying for first home owners grant) or Passport, drivers licence, Medicare card, credit card statements, maybe an account from a utilities provider with you current address, some other photo id and maybe a letter from your mum. You will also need to provide details of where you have lived for the last 5 years or so.

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Financial Information:

If you are an employee, you will need at least your last three payslips that clearly identify you and the amount you earn. A letter from your employer may also be useful here if they are willing. They will need to state your employment start date, gross income and condition of employment as a minimum. You may also be asked to provide your PAYG Payment Summary for individual non-business. If you have more than one employer get a statement from them all. If you are self employed you will need your last two years tax returns and assessments for yourself and any other tax entity you trade under. Self employed applicants may also be able to use Low Doc or No Doc options to certify their incomes.

You will also need at least 6 months of saving account statements to show your savings history, lenders think a solid savings history indicates that you will be able to make the sacrifices necessary to keep up the payments on a home mortgage. In some cases 6 months of credit card statements, including the most recent, showing their balance and limit. Personal loan details and statements showing repayment outstanding balance figures and payment history. Store account statements and details.

You will also need paperwork explaining any bad credit history you may have. It is best to get this stuff up front to avoid any delays with your application. Contact a credit reference supplier and find out if you have anything to worry about if you are not sure.

If you are buying a property you will need to supply a Contract of Sale. The front page of a Contract of sale is generally enough for most of the major lenders. If you are refinancing, you will need 12 months mortgage statements on the loan to be refinanced and a recent council rate notice. If you are building it will be best to supply a complete copy of your building contract including the specifications and plans.

That’s just about it. You will also need your notepad or diary to take notes from your mortgage broker interview. I suggest you print this Blog and use it as a reminder. Oh and tell your mum you love her and that you appreciated all the times she cleaned up after you!