Marie-France Lavigne and Michele Quinn – Dominion Lending Centres The Mortgage Source 10145 | 4 MORTGAGE STEPS TO OVERCOMING HIGH CONSUMER DEBT
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4 MORTGAGE STEPS TO OVERCOMING HIGH CONSUMER DEBT

4 MORTGAGE STEPS TO OVERCOMING HIGH CONSUMER DEBT

Step 1: By the numbers.
First up, we looked at the numbers we would be working with to make this happen.

Purchase price of dream home: $600,000
Requested Mortgage Amount: $570,000
Loan to Value: 95%
Credit Score: 699 and 768

Step 2: Collect documentation.
For this particular mortgage we collected:
● Lease agreements for two suites (loft and basement)
● Notice of assessment and T1 generals from the last two years
● Standard income documentation for full-time employment
● Confirmation of self-employment for the last two years

Step 3: Calculate the total debt services ratio.
We took the above numbers and worked with them to present a debt service ratio that started out as 47.74% and brought it down to 42.5%

Step 4: Share the mortgage solution!
The down payment was provided by the parents and the rental income from the subject property was used. All their remaining debts were paid with $25,000 cash back from the lender who also provided an interest only payment Line of Credit to cover both the mortgage and consumer debt.

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