Rental Property Refinance

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I have a rental property that I’m looking to refinance. I reached out to a local credit union to help with the refinance and was told that they couldn’t do the new loan because of my dti being close to 50% and also they can not use any of my rental incomes (close to $60k yrly) because I haven’t been receiving it for 2 years. My personal income from my job is $113k, my 3 unit is $3200 monthly and my single family is $1600 monthly. Using my rental income would put my way under 50% but they refuse to use it. Is this 2 year seasoning standard across the board with all banks or is it just this bank?

Originally posted by @Rod Curry :

I have a rental property that I’m looking to refinance. I reached out to a local credit union to help with the refinance and was told that they couldn’t do the new loan because of my dti being close to 50% and also they can not use any of my rental incomes (close to $60k yrly) because I haven’t been receiving it for 2 years. My personal income from my job is $113k, my 3 unit is $3200 monthly and my single family is $1600 monthly. Using my rental income would put my way under 50% but they refuse to use it. Is this 2 year seasoning standard across the board with all banks or is it just this bank?

You need to find a Broker or Loan Officer that has experience with rental income.  Fannie and Freddie allow 1 year returns so keep searching and you will find someone that can help for sure.  

I hope this helps and have a great day.

 

@Rod Curry Send me a private message with the property address and I can see about finding the right private money source on this refinance.  That credit union doesn't know what a great investor they have turned away, but this private money broker would be happy to help solve this problem and future ones!  :-)