Mortgage Videos

These videos will assist you with as you start your journey to purchasing a new home, or provide education on the loan process.


Lending How-to Videos

How to Get a Loan for an Investment Property

Learn how to get an Investment Property Loan and the different types of loans available.

How to Get a Home Loan if You're Self-Employed

Find out how to get a home loan if you're self-employed without W2s.

What is a Bank Statement Loan?

Watch this video to find out how self-employed workers can use bank statements to get a mortgage loan instead of tax returns or pay stubs.

What is a DSCR loan?

Watch this video to find out how a Debt Service Coverage Ratio (DSCR) loan uses your property's income to finance real estate purchases.

What is an Escrow Account?

Learn what an escrow account is and how it can make managing your home's property taxes and insurance premiums easier.

Cash-Out Refinance - What it is & How to Use It

This NASB video explains how a cash-out refinance allows you access the equity you've built in your home.

NASB Lending Webinars

Bank Statement Loans for Self Employed Borrowers

In this recorded NASB webinar, Heather Howard explains how alternative forms of income verification can help self-employed borrowers secure a bank statement loan.

NASB Talks Portfolio Loans and Mortgage Programs

In this recorded NASB webinar, find out how NASB's portfolio products and mortgage programs can help you help more clients in this highly competitive market.

Minimum loan amount of $175,000 required to apply. Exceptions include mortgage products for properties located within the Greater Kansas City metro and surrounding areas. Contact a NASB Loan Officer for details on the excluded areas and/or zip codes.
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