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Senior Loan Officer
1ST Mariner Mortgage
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The key here is "same line of work". You should be absolutely fine to qualify for a mortgage loan but they may want to see a bit of work history at your new job. This will vary by lender. I have an awesome local lender that I've been working with for 15 years. Never been late on a settlement and never pre-qualified a buyer that didn't go on to get the loan. He would be happy to give you some no obligation advice. If you need help with your purchase our team would love to make it happen for you!
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In some cases, as a W2 employee, you can qualify after you receive your job offer letter and in most cases after you receive 30 days of paystubs. Income must be verified by employer as likely to continue and should be in the same line of work.
Each loan scenario is different and this does not represent a commitment to lend.
If you would like to find out if you do qualify, you can call me on 202 573-6035 or fill out my online application at http://www.loansbycatherine.com.
Senior Mortgage Loan Officer
Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation
I would suggest that you speak to a lender directly.
If you would like a couple of lenders that would be able to assist you, feel free to
Wishing you the best,