You can streamline the process of applying for a BB&T mortgage by collecting, in advance, all the information you'll need.
To start your BB&T mortgage application process, be sure to have the following information:
- Full name
- Social Security number
- Property address for the property you are purchasing or refinancing
- Estimated value of the property
- Mortgage loan amount being requested
Documents you need
There will be a number of documents that you'll need to upload during the application process. For each applicant, you will need:
- Paycheck stubs for the past 30 days
- W-2 forms for the past 2 years
- Completed tax returns for the past 2 years
- Signed copy of IRS Form 4506-T
- Bank and investment statements for current assets
- A list of income sources
- Records of monthly debt payments
- The estimated value of your home, if applicable
- Rental property income, if applicable
- Gift letter with a canceled check and corresponding bank statement, if applicable
- Profit-and-loss statement (for self-employed applicants)
After you have submitted your mortgage loan application, your Mortgage Loan Professional will contact you to discuss the loan terms. You will receive a loan estimate and other disclosures for review. Once you have provided your intent to proceed, your Mortgage Loan Professional will request documentation to validate your income, assets and liabilities.
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