Homeownership is a learning process for everyone. After you’ve secured your mortgage and purchased your first home, you may think you’re done with the hard part. But our team at GVC Mortgage is here to remind you that your financial options don’t end on closing day. Refinancing your home loan means that you are essentially […]
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During 2018, experts predict that mortgage rates across the United States will increase slowly in the coming months. After a few years of record low rates, these increases come as no huge surprise. If you are wanting to refinance and lock in a low mortgage rate, our team at GVC Mortgage recommends that you do […]
You’ve had many friends recently talk about refinancing their mortgages, and now you’re wondering whether you should do the same. But just what is refinancing, and how might you benefit from it?
Are you in the process of buying a new home in Indiana? Do you want to get preapproved so you can know how much home you can afford? Are you maybe wanting to take advantage of current loan rates and are considering refinancing your mortgage? If you fit into any of these categories, GVC Mortgage […]
Have you been wondering whether you need to refinance your mortgage? Are you curious about just what mortgage refinance entails? We at GVC Mortgage in Indiana want to help our customers make solid home-financing decisions. As you pursue refinancing a mortgage, consider these few pieces of advice.
Have you recently been considering refinancing your mortgage? Are you wondering what the refinancing process involves or whether it’s worth it? GVC Mortgage of Carmel, IN can help you answer these questions and more! Here we will cover a few of the refinancing basics.
Buying a home is a huge commitment, and home mortgage companies understand this as much as anyone. Follow some of these tips to avoid getting declined or having your interest rates rise! Do not quit your job – This includes retiring or becoming self-employed. You were pre-qualified by your lender based on your job with […]
- 2 most recent paycheck stubs
- 2 months of bank statements (checking, savings, etc.)
- 2 years full federal tax returns (including W-2s and 1099s)
- Copy of your driver’s license
- Insurance agent contact information
If applicable, the following items will also be needed
- Divorce decree
- Bankruptcy papers
- Proof of child support
- Awards letter (social security and pension)