cash reserve requirement: New Fannie Mae UW Guideline for Cash-Out Refinances! - 11/02/18 10:12 AM

UPDATE: Owner Occupied Cash Out Refinances with DTI above 45%
will now require 6 months Cash Reserves
As mortgage rates trickle higher, Fannie Mae has taken a step to tighten their Underwriting (UW) guidelines yet again.  The latest revision is focusing on Cash-Out (C/O) Refinances with high Debt-to-Income (DTI) ratios.
Specifically, Fannie Mae has added a requirement for the Borrower to have 6 months of cash reserves if their DTI is over 45%.  Cash reserve requirements focus the total housing payment (Principal + Interest, Property Taxes & Homeowners Insurance) and also include Mello Roos, Private Mortgage Insurance and/or Homeowners Association Dues (when applicable).
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