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Debt-To-Income (DTI) ratio is monthly debt/expenses divided by gross monthly income
Qualifying debt-to-income ratios can vary by the loan program, but typically the lower this ratio the better. A lower ratio is better in terms of risk, but it won’t actually improve the terms of your mortgage. To learn more about your DTI ratio and how it will effect your loan talk to one of our loan professionals.
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Loan-to-Value (LTVs) and Combined Loan-to-Value (CLTVs) may vary by loan amount
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A down payment is required if the borrower does not have full VA entitlement or when the loan amount exceeds the VA county limits.
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