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Stated income home loans used to be widely popular before the house market crash in 2008. And although we’re not back to the period before the major economic crisis, and hopefully never will be, these loans were notably important and they’re making a huge comeback in 2020. In 2010, the Dodd-Frank act was designed, which massively controlled banks and moneylenders. This is a great thing; it stopped people from purchasing houses they simply could not afford.  These faulty borrowing methods are almost all completely wiped out, which is also a good thing. But for many self-employed people, buying a house without W-2s...