Even though you may qualify for the amount listed above, it may not be suitable for you. You should review your personal situation, and work with your financial advisor, to decide how much you can comfortably afford to borrow. Subject to individual program loan limits.
Your debt-to-income ratio is calculated by adding up all of your monthly debt payments and dividing them by your gross monthly income. Your gross monthly income is generally the amount of money you have earned before your taxes and other deductions are taken out. For example, if you pay $1500 a month for your mortgage and another $100 a month for an auto loan and $400 a month for the rest of your debts, your monthly debt payments are $2000. ($1500 + $100 + $400 = $2,000.) If your gross monthly income is $6000, then your debt-to-income ratio is 33 percent ($2000 is 33% of $6000).
Results of the mortgage affordability estimate/prequalification are guidelines; the estimate is not an application for credit and results do not guarantee loan approval or denial.