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aaronb023
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qualifying for construction loan

Scenario:

Husband and wife
Own land with about 33% equity
DTI around 5%
mortgage to income would be less than 25%
one has credit score of 820, the other 720+
enough cash for 20%+ down payment


here is the kicker:
one of them has had 4 employers in the past two years with about 6 months of unemployment in that time span.


do they qualify?


Broke
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re: qualifying for construction loan
Probably.


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VABuckeye
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re: qualifying for construction loan
Depending on who is the breadwinner and how the income is distributed between the two the income from the person with multiple employers and the income gap might not be needed to qualify.


Brightside Bengal
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re: qualifying for construction loan
loan underwriter here.

how long has the husband or wife been in the latest of those 4 jobs and how does it count towards DTI?

without any further details, I would be inclined to not count any income from that spouse in borrowers' cash flow.


aaronb023
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re: qualifying for construction loan
Might need both for the mortgage to income. Income is even. I think the mortgage might be less or right at 28% of the steady worker's gross income, but its close


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aaronb023
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re: qualifying for construction loan
2 months in the latest job. With the steady income, debt payment to gross is 7%. With both incomes, DTI is currently at 4%
This post was edited on 8/9 at 3:27 pm


aaronb023
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re: qualifying for construction loan
I think the one income might be enough to qualify. how long of a steady work history would you need to consider the second income?


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