16 Dec ITIN Mortgage Loan
Individual Tax Identification Number (ITIN) loans are for borrowers who do not have Social Security numbers.
Homebuyers with ITIN cards can qualify for a mortgage as long as they meet the eligibility requirements. This loan product is a full doc non-QM mortgage offering flexibility for individuals residing in the United States.
- Loans up to $2.5 million, Minimum loan of $125,000
- One year seasoning for foreclosure, short sale or deed-in-lieu
- Two years seasoning for bankruptcy
- Primary home only
- Up to 50% DTI
- Non-warrantable condos allowed
- One unit only
- Purchase and cash-out or rate-term refinance
What is an ITIN mortgage loan?
Individual Tax Identification Number (ITIN) loans are for people who are not eligible for Social Security numbers. ITIN loan requirements can vary by lender. Homebuyers who use ITIN cards for identification and tax purposes should call a lender to discuss requirements and eligibility.
Can a homebuyer without a Social Security card use an ITIN card to get a mortgage?
Yes, an ITIN mortgage loan allows ITIN card holders to obtain a mortgage. ITIN is used in lieu of Social Security for identification purposes. The homebuyer would also need to meet all of the requirements to be eligible for an ITIN mortgage loan..
Is an ITIN mortgage loan a full doc loan?
Yes. These loans require documentation and information to determine a homebuyers eligibility. Documentation and information needed will vary based on a homebuyers circumstances. A lender can advise on what is needed to qualify for this loan type.