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How Much Home Can I Afford | How to Calculate Your DTI Ratio | Calculate Your Debt to Income Ratio





How Much House Can I Afford | How to Calculate Your DTI Ratio | How to Calculate Your Debt to Income Ratio
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14 comments

  1. Is there anyway to contact you by email. I’m 28 with four kids and trying to figure out if I can afford a home for my kids

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  2. I have a question unrelated to the video. When do you apply for a 1st time home buyers assistance program? Do I find a lender and then the program, find a relitor who finds the program, etc. I'm confused at where the program fits into this process.

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  3. Question is dividing your income by 12 accurate? I’ve been taught to divide it by 26 or 52… depending on your pay frequency.

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  4. Thanks for recommending this video. If you have a 0 balance on your credit cards do they still count the minimum payment?

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  5. Are the banks including homeowner insurance and property taxes with the monthly mortgage payment they will offer to you? Or is this just including the house payment?

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  6. Great Vid! Finally understand how to calculate my DTI! Thanks.

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  7. What if I don't have any debts? My car is paid for, no student loans, and I don't have any major credit cards only bank cards. If my DTI ratio is low, how will that effect me?

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  8. This video is very informative and in latent terms that I can actually understand! You have taught me so much. Thank you for making videos like this!

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  9. I'm guessing I can't make no house payments with 22k a year right lol no debt only a personal loan $123 a month

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  10. Ready for student loan payment video 💚

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  11. Great information! Thanks

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  12. Would they also consider things like Cell phone and Cable bill?

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  13. Would you add in your rent or what your mortgage will be along with your debt ?

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