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I assume you're asking if there are "no doc" loans still around. Probably not, from what I'm seeing. At best, a stated-income loan with assets verified, great credit, and great LTV. Jason below mentioned 80LTV...but I'm seeing 65% at best. Also, be prepared to sign a "4506" tax authorization form. Lenders use this for QC...if the loan has late payments they'll get a copy of your returns right from uncle sam and compare to what's stated on the loan.
If on the other hand you have sufficient income reported for the loan you're looking for, along with decent credit and equity, you should be fine.
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