Having a high DTI (debt-to-income) ratio is enough to stop many would-be investors from taking the leap and buying their first, or next, rental property. So, what do you do when your income isn’t enough to buy the next property? What if you’ve used up all your financeability on your primary residence or house hack? How can you squeeze out a loan to buy another property?
We’re back on another Seeing Greene episode, where your “one away from seven hundred” host, David Greene, is here to give you practical advice on buying and selling properties. In today’s episode, we take multiple video and written submissions, with topics touching on how to buy more real estate when your debt-to-income is maxed out, what to do with a dangerous tenant, refinancing at today’s high interest rates, and why off-market deals aren’t always what they seem to be. And, if you’ve struggled with setting standards before, you’re in for a special treat, as David gives himself (and all of you) a personal pep talk on expecting excellency.
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