USDA Rural Development mortgages for Kentucky Homebuyers. What does it take to get approved for one?
USDA Rural Development mortgages for Kentucky Homebuyers
The U.S. Department of Agriculture mortgage program is for Kentucky homebuyers that have no money to put down, have a stable 2 year job history, no bankruptcies or foreclosures in last 3 years and the new house payment should be close to or not more than 1/3 of your gross monthly income, this is called effective income.
There is also a test for compliance income meaning cannot make more than a certain amount to use the USDA loan program in Kentucky. Most Kentucky counties are limited to $82k for a household of four, and up to $109k household income for a family of five or more.
Thy used an automated underwriting system called GUS to pre-approved Kentucky home Buyers. If your score, middle credit score of the three main bureaus of experian, equifax, and transunion is below…
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