Yes! Our application provides a blank section where a Co-Borrower can submit their information. Adding a Co-Borrower can only help the strength of your application.
Normally a Co-Borrower is a close relative, such as a spouse or a parent. Non-related Co-Borrowers can be considered in some circumstances. If the Co-Borrower is not related to you, it is best to offer comments regarding your relationship and the reasons why the Co-Borrower wishes to be a party to the transaction. Legally, you and the Co-Borrower have the same responsibility for making the payments.
A Co-Borrower should not participate in the transaction unless he or she is fully prepared to promptly pay the monthly payments.