- 2008 and 2009 W-2's. They were concerned about the fact that they were handwritten.
- A release so they could get my 2008 and 2009 tax returns from the IRS.
- Yesterday they decided they needed my 2008 and 2009 1040's.
- 2 months bank and investment account statements.
- A paper trail following mutual funds I sold and transfers from my investment account to my bank account.
- Today they decided that they needed August statements and all bank activity this month.
- I threw in all my August credit card statements, as well.
- This afternoon it was decided they needed to know the source of every deposit I made in the last 6 weeks.
- I told the broker we were in trouble if they asked for my first born child, since Daughter wasn't born to me, she was adopted.
I'm hoping that I'm done jumping through hoops, and that tomorrow they will be able to give me a closing date and time. My broker has apologized every time he has called with another demand from the underwriters. I know they faxed something to the church in Capital wanting employment verification-- I had given them a copy of my signed contract, but that wasn't enough. They also required income verification from Tiny Village. My broker suspects they'll approve it now contingent upon me signing my tax returns. I use tax software that allows me to file electronically. I have PDF's of my returns, but they aren't signed.
I suspect that when I get to the actual closing I will end up with writer's cramp from signing all the documents. I will be very glad, though, when it is done and I have keys in my hand. That will eliminate a great deal of stress.