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Jack Martin
  • Lender
  • Coto de Caza, Ca
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No income needed for investment properties

Jack Martin
  • Lender
  • Coto de Caza, Ca
Posted Jul 7 2022, 16:28
Maybe everyone knows about this program; it's called DSCR which stands for Debt Service Coverage Ratio. So, depending on what your cash flow is, qualifying is based on what your RENTAL income vs. debt service is. Even if you are operating at a loss you might be able to still get financing.  This is as close to Stated Income as you can find.  Even if your property is vacant you might qualify. This just works for 1-4 units. Criteria is based on fico scores and LTV. Maximum LTV is usually 85%.
Orange County, California

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Zach Taylor
  • Investor
  • Southeast Wisconsin
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Zach Taylor
  • Investor
  • Southeast Wisconsin
Replied Jul 12 2022, 12:15

@Jack Martin Great to know these products are being funded in our current lending environment. I will need to research these lenders more deeply come my future deals as I am reaching the threshold of lendability for traditional mortgage products. 

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Nick Velez
  • Lender
  • Florida
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Nick Velez
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  • Florida
Replied Jul 12 2022, 12:48

Just want to add that DSCR programs are available for 5-8 units as well!