Can Alimony Help You Qualify For A Mortgage?
Author: Miod & Company
Date: December 31, 2021
Category: Family Law
Average Time Reading: 3 minutes
Although many variables affect the likelihood of qualifying for a mortgage, it is important to note that the evaluating authority will evaluate the alimony-receiving and alimony-paying parties differently.
Applying for a mortgage while receiving alimony payments
While adjusting to a new lifestyle after a legal separation can be difficult, understanding how it will affect one’s chances of qualifying for a loan is the first step towards a new beginning.
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