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Reduced Documentation
Updated
January 19, 2023
A low/no documentation loan enables a potential borrower to apply for a mortgage with little or no information about their work, income, or assets. Although regulation of these loans has changed dramatically since 2008, they continue to be an option for some borrowers in unconventional financial situations.
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