for Debt to income ratio, they're looking at ability to service the new loan... so you'll want to use NET income (take out the rental expenses, so that you're essentially showing the profit, not gross)
Most banks use the following conventions for DTI
Total recurring debt divided by gross income is the formula
And total recurring debt is defined as ... Debt that occurs periodically, including such obligations as credit card payments, child support, car loans, and others that will not be paid off within a relatively short period of time (6-10 months)
And Gross Monthly income is the .... all the money, goods and property you receive during the year before you reduce it by using adjustments, deductions or exemptions. People who use the barter system have to include the value of whatever they have received in exchanged for services as part of their gross income.
Generally speaking, lenders like this number to be low -- generally you'll want to keep it below 36, but the lower it is, the greater the chance you will be able to get the loans or credit you seek.
Net income this year will be very different than past years as the mortgage on the rentals have been paid off and is accounted for in the mortgage increase to my pri home. How do I account for this? How do I show this via a tax return that shows the rental mortage i as expense?
You're looking, of course, at what the DTI will be, AFTER the refi
Sorry, looks like our poses crossed
Your intuition is good ... What a good underwriter will be lookig for is the DTI, AS it will be going nforward
Here ... Use this (again including the numbers as they will be)
after the refi there will not be a mortgage on the 2 rental properties so how do I calculate their income?
In re-reading your question? ... DTI doesn't come from the tax return (they'll use the return to verify certain numbers) but what they're looking for is that true cash flow number
Their income is what it is ... Income without the mortgage outflosw
Just use the calculator and put the income in as income, then on the recurring monthly debt number there will be no mortgage payments there
they want REAL cash flow for DTI ... DTI is not a tax number, it's a cash flow number
Just maybe to put this in perspective, for a well managed organization, there are three different income statements - (1) The tax statement (to be able to project what they'll need for taxes AND to prepare returns) ... (2) the GAAP income statement, that helps to truly reflect profitability over a time period, and ... (3) The cash flow statement (which show real cash flows - full mortgage payment, for example, as opposed to just the interest as you would see in the tax statement) DTI is a CASH FLOW number. .. true dollars in vs dollars out.
yes- confirm this then- I will take the gross rental income subtract out projected expenses and use this as income for the DTI..correct? In another property I have only a mortgage with my wife (I got personal mortage from her), do I need to include this in the DTI if we both doing the refi? thanks
ON question 1 YES
ON the second let e be sure I understand... this is all for purposes of doing ONE REFI transaction?
What the bank is trying to get at is how much money is coming into the household (a mortgage between you and your wife is a wash)
(and how much is - will be, actually) going out
in order to see if that aggregate number is XXXXX 36%
You can always manipulate the number, but a good underwriter will want to have it reduced simply to Cash flo out to cash flow in for the household (or for the BUSINESS if the business is not a pass-through entity and can stand on it's own credit) --- The entities that are pass-throughs for TAX purposes, tend to be looked at as transparent (LLCs , S-Corps)
TO answer the question, yous you will need to include the mortgage from your wife BUT she gets to include the payments, so it's a wash (AGAIN, unless you've kept this completely separate through a separate entity such as a C-Corp)
We've been at this for 1/2 hour my friend and I make 12 bucks here, (and I only get that if you rate the answer as positive) I WILL stay with you as long as you need, but I can't help others while waiting. Can I help you with something else?
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I am multi-tasking between business issues and personal ones...sorry for not giving dediated time. But thanks for the answers. I do now have what i need