stated-income loan

Definition of "stated-income loan"
  1. A mortgage loan that permitted self-employed individuals to declare their income without needing documentary evidence, but became virtually non-existent after misuse leading to tighter federal lending regulations
How to use "stated-income loan" in a sentence
  1. The entrepreneur was unable to secure a stated-income loan due to new federal regulations.
  2. Even with his steady income as a freelancer, the bank rejected his stated-income loan application.
  3. Compared to the early 2000s, securing a stated-income loan is much more difficult now because of stricter lending rules.

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