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What is the Maximum Debt Ratio- (aka DTI) with a VA Loan with QM?

What is the Maximum Debt Ratio- (aka DTI) with a VA Loan with QM?

There has been much talk about how QM will result in more denials for VA Home Buyers using VA Financing due to new Federally Mandated restrictions regarding Mortgage Loans.    QM is also known as Qualified Mortgages, as defined  in the Dodd-Frank legislation.   QM went into effect the same time as ATR, in January, 2014,   ATR stands for Ability to Repay.   This basically codified how and what lenders must verify, document and consider when qualifying VA borrowers for VA Loans under QM/ ATR.  VA stands for the Federal Housing Administration.   

Fortunately, the legislation gave the "agencies" such as VA up to 7 years to come up with their own QM rules.    So the quick answer is that the Max DTI (Debt to Income Ratio) for VA continues to be 50% for qualified Borrowers.  We are even able to make exceptions and exceed 50% for well qualified borrowers on VA and VA Jumbo Loans. 

Under QM,   VA loans are available up to VA county Loan Limits with ZERO down payment required.   Most conventional loans require 5% down up to $417k, and 10% down above that figure. VA Loans are available up to $625,500 in the Bay Area, $625K in LA / OC counties with zero down required. 

The real point to this post is that you must work with a VA Loan Professional that knows the guidelines and rules so that you can get the right loan for the home you want.   Calll the Loan Pros at VanDyk Mortgage at 866-900-2342 direct or apply online at vandykfunding.com.  

 

We service homebuyers in CA, GA, IN, MA, MI, VA, WA and WY.   

                               

 

 

We proudly offer a full array of Government Conventional, and Jumbo loan Options including FHAVAUSDAFHA JumboVA Jumbo, VA Refinance, Conventional, JumboVA Condo loans,   FHA 2-4 Unit LoansVA 2-4 Unit Loans, FHA 203K Rehab Loans,  5% down Conventional loans Conventional Condo's OK to 95%,  95% conventional purchase with ZERO Monthly PMI, and more.  

Veterans:  We are able to help Veterans with a new home purchase with a VA Loan or VA Jumbo Loan as soon as 2 years after Bankruptcy, Foreclosure, or Short Sale (even sooner if Short Sale involved no late payments).  Call Today - get back into homeownership!  

 

--> VA Loan Limits for 2018.  Learn More - Up to $679,650 with zero money down VA Jumbo Loan 

 

--> VA Loans over the County VA Loan Limit - yes, we allow this:   Read more detail on how to get a VA Loan Over your County VA Loan Limit here  VA Loans up to $1.5M!

 

--> Answers to Common VA Loan Questions - VA FAQ Series

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We now serve the entire state of Virginia including Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake, Richmond, Newport News, Alexandria, Hampton, Roanoke, Portsmouth, Suffolk, and all other Virginia Cities, Towns and Counties. 

 

We also serve the entire state of  Washington including:  Auburn, Bellevue, Bellingham, Bonney Lake, Bothell, Bremerton, Des Moines, Edmonds, Everett, Federal Way, Ferndale, Issaquah, Kent, Kirkland, Lacey, Lake Stevens, Lynnwood, Mercer Island,  Mill Creek, Monroe,  Montlake Terrace, Mt Vernon, Mukilteo, Olympia, Puyallup, Redmond, Renton, Seatac, Seattle, Silver Lake, Snohomish, Spokane, Sumner, Tacoma, Tumwater, Vancouver, Wenatchee, Woodinville, Yakima and all other WA cities and towns. 

 

We also serve Alabama, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana,  Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi,  Indiana, Tennessee, Texas, and Wyoming Homebuyers and Homeowners.  

 

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