Apply For A Loan:Mortgage Loan
Low mortgage rates allow many families to own the home of their dreams. When you choose FirstBank Southwest for your home mortgage*, you are choosing a local, community bank with a team of long-time experts. We build relationships with our customers so they feel comfortable asking our team any questions they may have about home loans. The mortgage process is easy with the option to apply online. Once you finish your application, a Mortgage Originator will contact you to begin a discussion and walk you through the process. We offer a variety of financing options to suit your unique budget. When applying for a home loan, you should have the following documents ready:
- Copy of driver’s license
- W-2’s for last 2 years
- Pay stubs for one full month
- Bank statements for last 2 months
- Tax returns with all Schedules for last 2 years
1. Only one equity loan at a time per homestead, and only one equity loan per twelve-month period. 2. The Secure and Fair Enforcement for Mortgage Licensing Act of 2008 (SAFE Act) requires us to provide you with the names of our mortgage loan originators and their unique identifier upon request. If you are interested in obtaining this information, please contact [email protected] or call (806) 434-3431. Email is inherently insecure and should not be used to send non-public personal information over the Internet.
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