A Social Security Number or Taxpayer ID Number are generally required in order to obtain a mortgage loan.
Yes. The business providing the car loan must run a credit check and that requires a social security number. While giving a retailer your social security number is optional, it isn't when trying to obtain credit.
Yes, someone on the social security can be able to cosign for a loan. The person cosigning the loan however has to have good credit regardless of his availability on the social security benefit.
Any good mortgage broker should have access to lenders that will allow a buyer to obtain a tax ID number and use that in place of a social security number. There are two specific lenders that specialize in this type of mortgage loan. Mark Saliens Senior Loan Officer
Information required is social security number, income, amount of loan, what the property is worth, and source of income that will be used to repay the loan.
No, Social Security is not a bank or loan company.
If you are on social security you should not be cosigning on a student loan. You would be guaranteeing that if the student doesn't pay off the loan you will. The federal government can garnish your social security benefits to recover student loan payments.
No, a representative pay will not be able to get a loan for a child's social security disability check.
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