Prime Choice Funding is excited to announce we now offer our borrower’s a Flexible Choice℠ (Non-QM, Non-Prime, Near Prime) to meet their purchase, refinance and cash-out refinance needs. Borrowers with recent credit events (late payments, Foreclosures, Bankruptcy) may qualify. Alternative document programs / Bank statements accepted to verify income in place of IRS Tax documents.
What is Flexible Choice?
Flexible Choice℠ Loan Products
Alternative Documentation / Blended Income
Designed for Self-Employed borrowers that can not meet the current documentation requirements of a traditional conforming loan. This product allows a blending of income between a wage earners paystub and a self-employed borrower using bank statements.
You can reach one of our Home Loan Specialist by choosing one of the following
- By Phone 1-877-787-7463 and choose the proper selection
- Fill out application form, and you will be directed to a Home Loan Specialist. They will reach out and set up a time to speak with you.
Every situation is unique which is why it is important to talk with one of our Home Loan Specialists to discuss your options. Find out about monthly payment options so you can identify what you qualify for and what you can afford
When financing a home, you want to make sure the loan program you get into is the right fit for you. With our Flexible Choice line of products, we have the program to fit your unique needs. Our Home Loan Specialists can help walk you through the options and help you determine what fits your situation best.
Once you determine that loan that is right for you, it’s time to run your credit and complete a loan application. Your credit report and loan application will be submitted to our automated underwriting engines to determine whether you meet the underwriting guidelines or not.
Your Home Loan Specialist will send you a list of items that are needed to underwrite your application. It’s important to provide all the necessary documentation up front and in a timely manner so that the underwriter assigned to your loan can issue a Loan Approval and work towards getting your loan closed.
After submitting your paperwork for underwritten approval, it’s time to close your loan. The closing of your loan is one of the final steps before your loan can be funded. A loan closing takes place either with a mobile Notary, who will bring the final paperwork to you or with a closing agent, often chosen by the sellers.