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Are the mortgage requirements different for an investment property, or a property I might not be personally living in?

The short answer is yes. If you’re purchasing a property that won’t be your primary residence (with between one and four units), you fall into what’s called a non-owner occupied mortgage. Requirements for this type of loan are more stringent because they’re considered to have a higher risk of default by lenders.

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