📄 In this video I lay out the needed supporting documents for my down payment assistance program - that has been updated - and, made better than ever.


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And, it potentially works for anyone looking to buy in San Diego with a purchase price of $525,000 or less, that makes a great income, has decent credit, yet doesn't have the money for a down payment.


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Please keep in mind these details are accurate as of June 2020 (the date of the video you are watching) and will be updated every 2 months or so - or, when needed. 

👉 Here’s the 5 main ones:

✅ Drivers License (Can be a smart phone screen shot)


✅ Last 30 days paychecks (I bet you get these via PDF and email from your work)


✅ Last 2 full months bank statements (log into any checking or savings you have online, save via PDF, done)


✅ Last 2 years tax returns and W2’s (If you do not have - get free online https://www.irs.gov/individuals/get-transcript)


✅ Latest 401(k), retirement, stocks (etc) statements (Log in online, save the latest statement, done)


👉 Only if these are applicable:


✅ Divorce decree 


✅ Child support order


✅ bankruptcy paperwork 


✅ Short sale or foreclosure paperwork

👉 Here's your steps to begin:

1) Fill out my online application in 10 minutes or less at www.scottsloanapp.com

2) Once complete, log back in, finish application, and upload your needed documents

3) I will be alerted, check everything over, run your credit, review, and contact you about best scenario. 

👉 Here's more DPA videos below:

1) SD DPA Program Highlights (June 2020 Update)

2) 5 SD DPA Program Secrets (June 2020 (Update)

3) SD DPA Program Q & A (June 2020 Update)

4) SD DPA Program Needed Documents (June 2020 Update)


📄 What do you think - did I miss any major ones?


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Leave a comment below - or, text/call me at (760) 297-4539


Your DPA Insider, 


Scott

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