Mortgage Case Study – High Ratio Self-Employed (Verified Income)

Scenario: Purchasing a townhome with 5% down-payment Mortgage Required: $500,000 1st Mortgage Obstacles: The borrower has been self-employed for 4 years and incorporated 2 years ago. Client is paying himself dividends from his company.     What we did: Approved the client based on dividend income declared on his NOAs With verified income we were … Read more…

Mortgage Case Study – Bridge Financing

Scenario: A purchase of a Single Family Dwelling in Richmond, BC to be the new principal residence. The existing residence located in Surrey is still listed for sale. The borrowers require bridge funds for a short period of time to close on the purchase. Once their existing home sells, they will pay out the 2nd … Read more…

Case Study – Approving a self-employed client with less than 2 years in business

Scenario: Clients were purchasing a primary residence with one applicant being newly self-employed (only 1 year of financials available). Mortgage Required: $600,000 Obstacles: Husband is newly self-employed with 1 year of tax returns to confirm income (Banks require minimum 2 years for qualification) and we needed his income to qualify the deal. What we accomplished: … Read more…