Guidelines for KY FHA, VA, USDA and VA Mortgage loans with Student Loans on A Credit Report:


Student Loans In Collections, What Can I Do?
If you have public student loans in collections, you really have three options to resolve it so it is not a CAIVRS issue.
1.      Pay it off in full – Not typically an option because very rarely do the clients have the funds to do so.
2.      Consolidation – Only takes about 90 days to consolidate and resolve CAIVRS issues. However, you push forward the last activity dates, DLA, and also introduce a new credit trade line that dilutes the length of the credit history. So you will normally see a drop in credit score.
3.      Rehabilitation – It is the slowest of all the options, but is the best thing for the clients’ credit scores. It is a 9 month commitment and once the client makes 9 consecutive payments, they will change the collection status to a good standing status. This will typically net a 40-100 point boost in the score depending on how many other collections are on the credit report.
If your client does not know who is servicing the student loan, they can contact the Student Loan Default Resolution Team at 1-800-621-3115 or visit the website at myeddebt.ed.gov
Bonus Tip: Private student loans do not adhere to consolidation or rehabilitation rules. If the client has private student loans in collections they will need to pay them off in full, or they will need to set up a payment plan on them. They will still remain in collections with a payment, but if you can get a qualified credit score you can push forward the loan including the liability payment towards the debt to income ratio.
As always, we bring you the best content so you can do what you do best, CLOSE LOANS! If you aren’t already sending us every credit challenged borrower you have, what is stopping you?
Guidelines for KY FHA, VA, USDA and VA Mortgage loans with Student Loans on A Credit Report:
Basically you need to contact your student loans provider and get on a payment plan with them.
It is called a Rehab program.
Let me know if you have any questions

Joel Lobb
Mortgage Loan Officer
Individual NMLS ID #57916
 
American Mortgage Solutions, Inc.
 

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Home Loan Options for Kentucky First-Time Home-buyers in 2020


Kentucky FHA Mortgage Loans

Kentucky FHA loans are insured to give lenders a layer of protection if you default on the mortgage. They typically have competitive interest rates, smaller down payments and lower closing costs than conventional loans. A low credit score can still warrant only a 3.5 percent down payment down to a 580 credit score.

If the score is below 580, you will need a down payment of 10%

2 years removed from bankruptcy and 3 years removed from foreclosure

Clear Cavirs Alert Number (Delinquent with Government Debts)

2 year work history usually needed.

No need for rent verification unless credit scores are derogatory.

Collections usually don’t have to be paid, but if being garnished or sued with a judgement lien, typically will need to be paid.

Max debt to income ratio centered around 50% of your total gross monthly income divided by your monthly payment on the credit report along with new house payment.

Kentucky VA Home Loans

Kentucky Mortgage  loans is backed by the  VA guarantees home loans that help active military members, veterans and surviving spouses. VA loans don’t require a down payment or minimum credit score and no monthly mortgage insurance. This is one of the biggest benefits of VA loans is that they don’t require monthly mi, like FHA (.85. .80 or .45) , USDA (.35) and some Conventional Loans (varies on credit score and equity position or down payment or as lenders call it Loan to Value.

They offer 100% Financing, 2 years removed from bankruptcy or foreclosure, a clear CAVIRS, and must meet residual income requirements.

 

VA loans is the only type of mortgage loan offered in the Secondary Market (FHA, VA, USDA, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Conventional Loans) that has residual income requirements based on household size and state you live in.

What is residual income?

Residual income is the amount left over after you pay your monthly utilities on home, property taxes and home insurance, mortgage payment and the FICA/Medicare, Taxes for State and Federal, Health Insurance, 401k deductions and loans on credit report to include child support.

 

Kentucky Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac

They are government-sponsored entities that back home loans for low- and moderate-income families.

Down payments can be as low as 3 percent and monthly mortgage is relativity cheap if you have a high credit score (over 720) and at least 5% down payment.

One of the biggest advantages of conventional loans when you are putting down less than 80%,  is that the mortgage insurance is not for life of loan like, FHA, USDA has, and it has no upfront mortgage insurance premium like FHA (1.75% upfront mi premium) or VA (upfront mi premium from 2.15% to 3.6% depending on usage and loan type)

Kentucky USDA Rural Housing Loan
The U.S. Department of Agriculture, or USDA, focuses on homes in rural areas and guarantees the home loan. Borrowers don’t have to buy or run a farm.

A credit score of 640 or higher typically gets an applicant streamlined processing. A lower score is allowed but may require extra documentation about payment history.

Kentucky Rural Development Mortgage Guide

No Down Payment Required, Zero NADA! – Kentucky Rural Housing USDA loans allow someone to buy a home without putting any money down.
Lower Mortgage Insurance costs – Mortgage Insurance, is much lower on KY USDA loans than on FHA This can save you a lot of money.
30 year fixed Interest Rates for Kentucky Rural Housing Loans with no prepay penalty The interest rates are lower on USDA loans, which results in lower payments, and plenty of money saved over time.

How to Qualify for a Kentucky USDA Loan

Property Eligibility – The home you want to finance with a KY USDA loan must be an eligible property. The property must be located in a rural area which is generally defined to have the following characteristics: Under certain conditions, towns and cities with populations between 10,000 and 25,000. The USDA makes the eligibility determination, which may be verified at the following link: http://eligibility.sc.egov.usda.gov/eligibility/welcomeAction.do.

Job History – Similar to all other mortgage loans, a two year employment history is required. You must show that you have been consistently employed for the past two years in order to qualify for Kentucky USDA financing; however in certain circumstances a small gap in employment may be permitted with a reasonable explanation. Additionally, if you have just completed schooling or military service and are newly employed but do not yet have a 2 year history, your income may also be eligible.

Income Limits – The Kentucky Rural Housing USDA program is intended to assist low and moderate-income Kentucky households, therefore to be eligible for a USDA loan, your household income may not exceed the moderate-income limits established for the specific county in which you are financing a home. you may view the eligibility requirements on this page of the USDA website:


New Income limits for most counties (*) in Kentucky are $86,850 for a household family of four and household families of five or more  can make up to  $114,650.



The Northern Kentucky Counties (***) of Boon, Kenton, Campbell, Brackenn, Gallatin, and Pendleton are $93,500 for a household of four or less and up to $123,400 for a family of five or more.

USDA Eligible Areas in Northern Kentucky
Burlington
Hebron
Independence
Walton
Alexandria
Highland Heights
Cold Springs
Grant County
Owen County
Pendleton County

USDA Income Limits
Boone, Kenton & Campbell Counties (N. KY)

$93,500 (family size 1-4)
$123,400 (family size 5 or more)

Grant, Owen & Pendleton Counties (N. KY)

$86,850 (family size 1-4)
$114,650 (family size 5 or more)

With the new changes for 2019 USDA Income limits, the Jefferson County Louisville, KY Metro area (**) saw an increase of $87,600 for a family of four and up to $115,650 for a family of five or more. The metro area surrounding counties of Jefferson County includes Oldham, Bullitt, Spencer are included in these higher income limits for USDA loans.

Remember,  the entire  Jefferson County and Fayette County  Kentucky counties are not eligible for USDA loans. Along with parts of the following counties Daviess (Owensboro), Mccracken (Paducah), Madison County, (Richmond), Clark County (Winchester), Warren (Bowling Green), Hardin (Fort Knox and Radcliff), Bullitt(Hillview, Maryville, Zoneton, Fairdale, Brooks), Franklin, (Frankfort), Henderson (Henderson City Limits), Christian County (Hopkinsville, Fort Campbell), Boyd County (Ashland city limits) and the most Northern Parts of Boone, Kenton, Campbell Counties of Northern Kentucky (Covington, Florence, Richwood, Hebron, Ludlow, Fort Thomas, Bellevue, Ryle, Beechwood, ) see  map below

DTI Ratio or debt to income ratios. One of the main criteria in determining if you will be approved or not is your debt-to-income ratio. While you must not make too much money, you also must not have too much debt. Your debt-to-income ratio is how much monthly debt you have (only those debts which show on your credit report are counted) compared to your qualifying income.

Credit Score – The minimum credit score for a Kentucky USDA Mortgage Loan goes down to a 581 credit score, however most loans get approved at 640 or higher .varies from lender to lender, but most want to see at least a 640 credit score for you to be approved.

Mortgage Insurance – USDA loans have their own version of mortgage insurance. It is called the “Guaranteed Fee” and works similarly to FHA loans which have an upfront and monthly mortgage insurance premium (MIP). With USDA loans, there is a 1.00% upfront guarantee fee which may be financed on top of your loan, and a 0.35% annual guarantee fee that is divided into 12 payments each year. The amount of your annual fee (paid monthly) adjusts each year and goes down as your loan balance does. Use our USDA calculator to get an idea of what your monthly payment will be

Kentucky Good Neighbor Next Door Mortgage Loan
This program sponsored by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development helps law enforcement officers, firefighters, emergency medical technicians and K-12 grade teachers buy homes.

A 50 percent discount off a home’s listed price is available through the program in areas labeled “revitalization areas.” Buyers must commit to living in the home for at least 36 months.

Kentucky FHA 203(k) Rehab Loans

If a fixer-upper fits more easily into your budget, a Section 203(k) rehabilitation program loan that’s backed by FHA can help. It considers the value of the home after you’ve made improvements, and lets you borrow the money for these fixes, rolling it into your mortgage. The down payment can be as low as 3 percent!

 

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Approval Requirements for a Mortgage Loan in Kentucky for 2020


5 tips to on getting approved for a Mortgage Loan in Kentucky for 2020

1. You Need a Credit Score to Get a Home Loan

getting approved for a Mortgage Loan in Kentucky for 2020
getting approved for a Mortgage Loan in Kentucky for 2020

 Credit Score

Credit scores go from 300 to 800 on the FICO scale. The higher the score, the better the chances of getting approved. Most borrowers fall in the 500 to 700 range on most credit pulls.
A good rule of thumb, to get the very best rates, you will need a 760 Fico score or higher. Now that doesn’t mean you have to have that high of score to get approved, just to get the best rates and pricing.
In order to get approved for most homes loans nowadays that are sold to FHA, VA, USDA, Fannie Mae and Kentucky Housing, you will need to have a 620 credit score for most programs, with FHA, USDA, and VA going below that threshold.
You have three credit scores from Experian, Transunion and Equifax. Lenders will throw out the high and low score to get your qualifying score.
For example, if you have a 598 Experian score, a 609 Equifax score, and a 603 Transunion score, then your qualifying scour would be 603.
If your scores are in the lower range, say below 680, they’re still numerous home loan programs in Kentucky where you can get approved for a mortgage loan and get a very good fixed rate for 30 years.
On FHA loans in Kentucky, FHA will go down to a 500 minimum credit score with at least 10% down payment or 10% equity on a refinance.
If your scores is over 580, then you could use a FHA loan in Kentucky to with just 3.5% down payment or refinance with that much equity.
If it turns out that you have a 620 credit score or higher, you can look at doing an Conventional loan with just 3 to 5% down payment. Typically on conventional loans if your score is below 660, you would need 5% down payment.
If you happen to be a Veteran and qualify for a Kentucky VA loan,  you could possibly get approved for a VA loan with no minimum credit score.
In reality, it is very difficult to get for a VA loan with a score below 560 to 580 range, with most VA lenders requiring a 620 credit score.
If you are looking to purchase a home in a rural area, you can look at doing a Kentucky USDA loan because they have no minimum credit score but most lenders will want a 620 to 640 credit score.
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2.How much can I afford?

Your Debt to Income Ratio (DTI) is the percentage of your incomet hat you owe in debt on a monthly basis. For example, if you make $5,000 per month, and have debt payments (car loans, credit cards, student loans, etc.) of $2,000, your DTI ratio is 40%. The higher this ratio is, the less likely you will be to qualify for a low interest rate.

Conventional loans typically have a qualifying ratio of 28/45. FHA loans will sometimes allow for a higher debt load of 45/55 qualifying ratio.

The first number in a qualifying ratio is the maximum percentage of your gross monthly income that can be applied to your mortgage. That includes the loan principal and interestprivate mortgage insuranceproperty taxeshomeowners insurance, and homeowner’s association dues.

The second number is the maximum percentage of your gross monthly income that can be applied to housing expenses and recurring debt. Recurring debt includes monthly payments for carsboatsmotorcycleschild support payments and monthly credit card payments.

 Example:  of a 28/36 qualifying ratio:

Gross monthly income of $5,000 x .28 = $1400 can be applied to housing.

Gross monthly income of $5,000 x .36 = $1,800 can be applied to recurring debt plus housing expenses

Example: of a 29/41 qualifying ratio:

Gross monthly income of $5,000 x .29 = $1,450 can be applied to housing.

Gross monthly income of $5,000 x .41 = $2,050 can be applied to recurring debt plus housing expenses

That means your monthly debt payments are divided by your gross monthly income.  Most lenders want your debt-to-income ratio to be no higher than 40%

The general rule for most FHA, VA, KHC, USDA and Fannie Mae loans is that we run your loan application through the Automated Underwriting systems, and it will tell us your max loan qualifying ratios.
There are two ratios that matter when you qualify for a mortgage loan. The front-end ratio, is the new house payment divided by your gross monthly income.  The back-end ratio, is the new house payment added to your current monthly bills on the credit report, to include child support obligations and 401k loans.
Car insurance, cell phone bills, utilities bills does not factor into your qualifying rations.

If the loan gets a refer on the initial desktop underwriting findings, then most programs will default to a front end ratio of 31% and a back-end ratio of 43% for most government agency loans that get a refer. You then take the lowest payment to qualify based on the front-end and back-end ratio.

So for example, let’s say you make $3000 a month and you have $400 in monthly bills you pay on the credit report.

What would be your maximum qualifying house payment for a new loan?

Take the $3000 x .43%= $1290 maximum back-end ratio house payment. So take the $1290-$400= $890 max house payment you qualify for on the back-end ratio.
Then take the $3000 x .31%=$930 maximum qualifying house payment on front-end ratio.
So now your know! The max house payment you would qualify would be the $890, because it is the lowest payment of the two ratios.

 

∘ How much money do I need to pay to close the loan?

Answer:

Depending on which loan program you choose, the outlay to close the loan can vary. Typically you will need to budget for the following to buy a home: Good faith deposit, usually less than $500 which holds the home for you while you close the loan. You get this back at closing; Appraisal fee is required to be paid to lender before closing. Typical costs run around $400-$450 for an appraisal fee; home inspection fees. Even though the lender’s programs don’t require a home inspection, a lot of buyers do get one done.

The costs for a home inspection runs around $300-$400. Lastly, termite report. They are very cheap, usually $50 or less, and VA requires one on their loan programs. FHA, KHC, USDA, Fannie Mae does not require a termite report, but most borrowers get one done.

There are also lender costs for title insurance, title exam, closing fee, and underwriting fees that will be incurred at closing too. You can negotiated the seller to pay for these fees in the contract, or sometimes the lender can pay for this with a lender credit. The lender has to issue a breakdown of the fees you will incur on your loan pre-approval.

Here are a few home loans you can choose from:

FHA

The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) mortgage loan is popular with first-time home buyers. You can get approved with a 500 credit score and only 10% down.

USDA Loans

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has a loan program to help low-income buyers living in rural areas. These loans come with a zero-down payment and offer the lowest mortgage insurance premium for any type of mortgage.

VA Loans

You’ll need a Veterans Affairs (VA certificate of eligibility to qualify for the VA home loan program. If you do qualify, there’s no down payment requirement and no mortgage insurance.

Joel Lobb (NMLS#57916)
Senior  Loan Officer
 
American Mortgage Solutions, Inc.
10602 Timberwood Circle Suite 3
Louisville, KY 40223
Company ID #1364 | MB73346
 


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Get Yourself Pre-approved for a Mortgage in Kentucky


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Get Yourself Pre-approved for a Mortgage in Kentucky

Which home loan is used to buy a home in Kentucky

Buying a home can be a nerve-wracking experience, especially if it’s your first time. It may feel even more so if you’re still saddled with student loan debts.

Does your income-driven repayment plan has Do you have Federal student loans in it? Do you know how your lender will handle your debt to income ratio?

These are just some of the factors that you need to put into consideration when planning to buy a house. It might just be not that easy since you also have to factor in your student loan debts.

To make the process less intimidating for you, here are the things you need to do.

Pay Attention to Your Credit Score

FICO credit scores are among one of the most commonly used scoring systems by lenders and creditors whose range plays in between 350 to 800. A consumer with a credit score below 620 is considered to have poor credit, while those with credit scores of 750 or higher is considered to have excellent credit.

Now, if you want to qualify for a home improvement financing or a mortgage and nail a low mortgage rate, make sure your credit score is in good shape. Whenever you apply for a mortgage, every credit bureau gathers information about your credit history and calculate your credit score that lenders will use to gauge your risk factor.

If you find an error or any inconsistencies in your credit report, report it immediately to the credit bureau and have it fixed.

Your DTI (debt-to-income ratio) is one of the major factors that lenders consider when you apply for a mortgage loan. It’s the ratio of the total amount of your recurring debt every month with your monthly gross income.

To calculate your DTI, add up all of your recurring monthly debt such as student loan payments, minimum credit card payments, or car loan payments, then divide it by your pre-tax (the amount you earn before taxes and other withholdings) income every month.

Since your debt-to-income contains two main components: debt and income, the efficient way to reduce it is to:

earn more income

repay existing debt do both

How does your debt to income ratio play into a Kentucky Mortgage Loan Approval for FHA, VA, USDA and Fannie Mae Mortgage Loans

Pay Attention to Your Payments

Case in point: Lenders will approve the application of those who are financially responsible.

Know it that your payment history takes up one of the biggest portions of your credit score. Thus, to make sure that you pay on time, set up an autopay system for all your accounts so that funds are automatically debited every month.

Moreover, your FICO is being weighed heavily by current payments, which means your future will matter more than your past. Make sure also to do the following:

Pay off the balance if you have a delinquent payment.

Do not skip payments.

Pay on time.

Get Yourself Pre-approved for a Mortgage

 

The common cycle for home buyers is to look for a property, then get a mortgage. You have to switch it.

It’s better if you get yourself pre-approved with a lender, so you will know how much you can afford for a home. To get pre-approved, lenders will look at your income, credit profile, employment, assets, to name a few.

 

 

Besides your credit score and DTI, your lenders also assess your credit card utilization score, or your credit card expenses as a percentage of your credit limit every month. The ideal credit utilization must be 30% or less. Even better, keep it less than 10% if possible.

For instance, if you have a $20,000 credit card limit and spent $6,000, your credit utilization is equivalent to 30%.

If you want to regulate your credit card utilization better, here are the things you can do:

Talk with your lender about increasing your credit limit. It may require a hard credit pull so better consult your lender first.

Pay off your balance at least twice a month to lessen your credit utilization.

To track credit utilization, set up alerts for automatic balance.

 

Credit Score Requirements for a Conventional loan, USDA Loan, FHA Loan, VA loan in Kentucky

Even if you have outstanding student loan debts, you can still seek for different down payment assistance. You can start with the following:

 

FHA, VA , USDA AND CONVENTIONAL MORTGAGE LOANS IN KENTUCKY

USDA loans. These loans have zero-down mortgages for suburban and rural homeowners.

FHA loans. Acquire federal loan through the Federal Housing Authority.

VA loans. You can avail these loans if you’ve served in the military service.

There are local, state, and federal assistance programs as well that you can resort to.

If paying off your credit card balance is impossible before getting a mortgage, you can consolidate your credit card debt into one personal loan for a lower interest rate.

Taking a personal loan can help you save big on you on interest expenses over the repayment term, which usually lasts for three up to7 years, depending on the lender. It can also enhance your credit score since it’s an installment loan with a fixed repayment term.

On the flip side, credit cards have no fixed repayment terms because they are revolving loans. When such is the case, you can minimize your credit utilization and diversify your debt types whenever you trade your credit card debt for a personal loan.
Takeaway

Buying a home while grappling with student loan debts can be taxing. Your likelihood to get a mortgage for a property will depend on your loans. It can result in disappointment if your loans are in bad shape.

 

The lenders I currently deal with have the following fico cutoffs for credit scores:
As you can see, different government-backed loan programs have different minimum score requirements with most lenders for a FHA, VA, or Fannie Mae loan, and 620  is required for the no down payment programs offered by USDA and KHC in Kentucky for First Time Home Buyers wanting to go no money down.

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Joel Lobb
Senior  Loan Officer
(NMLS#57916)
 Company ID #1364 | MB73346

 

 

text or call my phone: (502) 905-3708
email me at kentuckyloan@gmail.com

 

The view and opinions stated on this website belong solely to the authors, and are intended for informational purposes only. The posted information does not guarantee approval, nor does it comprise full underwriting guidelines. This does not represent being part of a government agency. The views expressed on this post are mine and do not necessarily reflect the view of my employer. Not all products or services mentioned on this site may fit all people. NMLS ID# 57916, (www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org). USDA Mortgage loans only offered in Kentucky.

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Kentucky USDA Rural Housing Service (RHS) Section 502 Guaranteed program


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Here are the important points about Kentucky USDA Rural Housing Loans:
  • USDA loan are only available in certain counties of Kentucky.
  • There are two types of USDA loans available: Direct and Guaranteed.
  • 100% financing. No down payment
  • USDA will go down to 580 score and uses and  automated underwriting pre-approval system called GUS-Guarantee Underwriting System. The GUS findings will dictate your loan pre-approval.
  • Income limits based on county and number of people in household.
  • Must be 3 years removed from bankruptcy and foreclosure
  • No purchase price limit
  • Upfront funding fee of 1% of loan amount paid to RD at closing
  • Annual mi fee of .35% paid each month for life of loan.
  • Takes on average 30-45 days to close.
  • 30 year fixed rate is the only term available and rates are usually comparable to FHA and VA government mortgage insured rates.
  • Do not have to be a first time home buyer and can currently own another home if USDA deems the current living situation not suitable.
  • Appraisal has to meet FHA minimum standards
  • You can buy a home with land on USDA Loans as long as the property does not have any agricultural characteristics or income producing capabilities.
  • There is no set max acreage but the appraisal will dictate approval of property by USDA.
  • You can only use USDA loans to purchase property or refinance an existing USDA loan
Joel Lobb
Senior  Loan Officer
(NMLS#57916)
text or call my phone: (502) 905-3708
email me at kentuckyloan@gmail.com
The view and opinions stated on this website belong solely to the authors, and are intended for informational purposes only. The posted information does not guarantee approval, nor does it comprise full underwriting guidelines. This does not represent being part of a government agency. The views expressed on this post are mine and do not necessarily reflect the view of my employer. Not all products or services mentioned on this site may fit all people. NMLS ID# 57916, (www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org). Mortgage loans only offered in Kentucky.
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Northern Kentucky for the USDA Rural Housing Loan Home Program


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 How Does the USDA Home Loan Work in Northern Kentucky?

Here are some of the Key Financial Elements of the USDA Home Loan in Northern Kentucky:01414_ayaynqojqrd_600x450