The maximum debt-to-income (DTI) ratio for a DSCR loan is usually 45%. This means that the borrower must have income that is at least 45% lower than their total monthly debt payments.
In other words, if your total monthly debts are $2,000, then you’ll need to demonstrate at least $1,800 in monthly income to qualify for a DSCR loan.
While this is the general rule of thumb, lenders may have different requirements, so it’s best to check with your lender to see what their specific DTI requirements are. There are also other programs that require no DTI ratio.