At GVC Mortgage, we often talk about the benefits of buying a home and encourage first-timers to take the plunge. However, we also recognize that not everyone is ready to be a first-time homebuyer. Circumstances differ greatly from person to person, so we’ve put together a quick guide to help you find out if you’re […]
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Are You Ready to Buy Your First Home?
3 Mortgage Questions You’re Afraid to Ask
Let’s face it, talking about your finances to a relative stranger is not always the most comfortable experience. You may have made some questionable choices in the past or perhaps your current finances aren’t something you’re proud of, but at GVC Mortgage, we’ve seen it all and we don’t judge. Our team of professionals knows […]
The Don’ts of Home Buying
If you’re preparing to purchase a home this fall in Indianapolis, you may have already started researching the home buying process. There are many lists of things to do as you prepare: save for a down payment, get your credit in order, find a mortgage broker, etc., but our team at GVC Mortgage has put […]
Is a 15-Year or 30-Year Mortgage Right for You?
When financing a home purchase, a majority of homebuyers in America have opted for the 30-year fixed rate mortgage. While it is a tried-and-true path to homeownership, the 15-year fixed rate could be a better option and should not be overlooked. The loans are structurally similar, but the main difference between the two is the […]
3 Questions to Ask Your Mortgage Broker
You’re excited about buying your own little nest right here in Indianapolis. The decision to purchase a house is a big step, but don’t rush into anything just yet. Before financing a new home, meet with a mortgage broker for a consultation, and ask these questions before moving forward.
How to Choose a Mortgage Broker
Are you in the market for a new home? Maybe you’re looking to refinance your current home. No matter what has you checking into a mortgage broker, you may be wondering how to go about selecting one. GVC Mortgage of Carmel has some tips for finding a mortgage broker you can trust. 1. Understand what a […]
- 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)