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National Mortgage Professional
Jan 09, 2007

Chase expands availability of stated-income equity lines and loansMortgagePress.comStated-income mortgages,home equity Chase has expanded the availability of stated-income home equity lines and loans, giving brokers and correspondents a broader range of home equity options to offer their customers. Most significantly, Chase has increased to $500,000 from $300,000 the maximum loan amount for stated-income programs for borrowers who meet combined loan-to-value, debt-to-income ratio, FICO score and asset-verification requirements. The company has also added second homes to the stated-income program and expanded it to include borrowers with FICO scores of 680 and higher. New York-based Chase is a home equity lender and subsidiary of JPMorgan Chase. For more information, visit www.chaseb2b.com.
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