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Income from both w2 and 1099

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September 18 2011 - Boise
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If you have both W2s and 1099s, provide themto your lender so that that person can calculate your income based on underwriting guidelines. There is no harm in bringing in ALL your income documentation!
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September 19 2011
Where's the question?

Happy funding, Rudi
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September 19 2011
You may need the 1099 income with a two year average to qualify if your debt to income ratio is too high.

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September 19 2011

My question to you is whether you need the 1099 income to help you qualify for the mortgage loan that you need for your purchase/refinance??

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