Mortgage Document Checklist | HSBC

 

What you need to apply for a mortgage


Domestic Customers:

To ensure your mortgage application process goes smoothly, you will need to gather documentation such as a copy of your unexpired Government-issued ID. Below is also a checklist of documents that U.S citizens, permanent residents of the U.S. and individuals with a U.S. Work Visa will need for a mortgage application.

  • Two Most Recent Years of W2 if applicable
  • Two Most Recent Years of SIGNED Personal Federal Tax Returns, include all schedules if applicable.
  • Two Most Recent Years of SIGNED Business Federal Tax Returns, include all schedules if applicable
  • Most Recent One Month of Pay Stubs if applicable
  • Most Recent Two Months of Bank Statements with ALL Pages including Checking, Savings, Investment, and Retirement Accounts (any unusually large deposits must be documented and written explanation be explained)
  • Unexpired Gov't Issued ID/Permanent Resident Card/Copy of Passport with Valid Work Visa
  • Contract of Sale for Purchase or Copy of your most recent Mortgage Statement for a Refinance
  • Gift Letter, include Copy of Gift Check & 2 Months of Bank Statements from Donor. Bank statements must include All Pages and any unusually large deposits must be documented and a written explanation be provided.
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Foreign National Customers:

HSBC customers who are not U.S. citizens or are not permanent residents of the U.S. may also apply for an HSBC mortgage. Download the full list of documentation required to process mortgages for foreign nationals.


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