Low documentation loans are flexible solutions for self-employed borrowers who may be contractors or freelancers, who cannot provide pay-slips, financial statements or tax returns as evidence of their income.
The lender will still have to do the regular credit scoring
check and the borrower will still have to provide bank statements and a letter
from an accountant.
The main differences between low-doc loans and traditional
· A lower maximum LVR (borrowers can borrow up to
A higher interest rate
· The applicant doesn’t have to provide tax
Lenders will accept an income declaration
· The borrower is required to have an ABN
· If your LVR is more than 60%, you will need to
provide BAS documentation for the previous four quarters.
· Lenders will assess your income on the basis
that 40% of your turnover is assessable income
If your costs are less than 10% of your turnover
then more of your income will be taken into consideration by the lender, in
order to assess eligibility.
· Any loan with an LVR higher than 60% will incur
a lenders mortgage insurance premium.
· Some low doc loans will not let you buy in
particular areas so do your research, to ensure that you don’t waste any money
· Some low doc loans will allow you to move to a
full doc loan after a period of time.
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Monday, 9 December 2019