Loan Application Checklist For Your Denver Mortgage

Getting Approved For Your Denver Mortgage

Denver Mortgage - Approved LoanYou want to buy your first home, an investment property, or maybe even complete some renovations that you’ve always dreamed of doing. If you don’t have the finances, you’re going to want to find a mortgage broker in Denver you can trust to guide you through the lending process.

As your Colorado mortgage broker, I help several families each day obtain the mortgage they need to do the things they’ve always wanted to do. While the process of getting a mortgage isn’t always clear (especially if you’re getting one for the first time), my job is to make sure it’s a smooth and enjoyable experience.

Are you thinking about applying for a loan? If so, you’re going to prepare several documents. Depending on your situation, we may need additional documents in order to get your loan approved.

Personal Documents

Documents that provide your name, birthdate, and social security number will need to be provided. Additionally, your current home address will be required as well as any addresses you may have lived at in the past 24 months. This information tells us that you are in fact who you say you are!

Proof of Income

When applying for a loan, one of the things you can expect to be asked to provide is proof of income. Typically, brokers and lenders will ask for copies of your most recent pay stubs, the name and contact information for your current employer, W-2 forms, tax returns, rental income (if applicable) and proof of any other additional income, such as child support.

This information allows us to tell the lenders how much money you are making and helps them decide whether or not you will be in a position for pay off the loan.

Debts & Assets

It’s also important to bring all financial statements you have received over the past 60 days. This can be from banks, credit unions, and any other asset accounts. You’ll also need to provide us with a list of all debts that you currently have, such as credit cards and other outstanding loans. If you pay alimony or child support, this is where you’ll have to let us know. It’s important to ensure you give the proper names and contact information for the companies/people which whom you are in debt with.


If you’re looking at applying for a loan, these are the three most important areas in which you’ll need to provide proper documentation for. A Denver mortgage broker can help you prepare these documents before sending them off to the lender.

If you want help with preparing these important documents with a high chance of getting approved, contact me today!

By |2018-03-31T04:29:46+00:00April 19th, 2017|Mortgages and Lending|0 Comments

About the Author:

Hello, my name is Brian Quigley and I have been in the Denver mortgage industry since 2003. I have been fortunate enough to choose this very rewarding mortgage broker career and help thousands of borrowers over the years. Customer satisfaction is important to me most, and getting my clients to the closing table smoothly.
%d bloggers like this: