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    As a borrower, uploading requested loan documents can be a critical part of the loan approval process. Here are some key points to keep in mind when submitting your documents:

    Upload Only the Requested Documents

    Your loan officer will provide you with a list of requested documents that are necessary for the loan approval process. It’s important to only upload these documents and not include any additional documents. Uploading unnecessary documents can cause confusion and delay the loan approval process.

    Ensure Documents are Legible and Complete

    Make sure that all the documents you upload are complete and legible. This will prevent your loan officer from having to request additional information, which can cause delays in the approval process. Take the time to review each document and make sure all necessary information is included.

    Use a Secure File-Sharing Service

    When uploading your documents, it’s important to use a secure file-sharing service. Your loan officer may provide you with a secure portal to upload your documents, or you can use a third-party service such as Dropbox or Google Drive. This will ensure the safety and privacy of your personal and financial information.

    Be Available for Follow-Up Questions

    Even if you’ve provided all the requested documents, your loan officer may have follow-up questions. It’s important to be available and responsive to your loan officer’s inquiries to ensure a smooth and timely approval process. Keep your phone and email notifications on and respond promptly to any requests for additional information.

    By keeping these important points in mind when uploading your loan documents, you can help ensure a smooth and efficient loan approval process. Remember to only upload the requested documents, ensure they are complete and legible, use a secure file-sharing service, and be available for follow-up questions. Contact your loan officer if you have any questions or concerns throughout the process.

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