How To Improve Debt To Income Ratio



Let’s break down the science of how to improve your debt to income ratio. This isn’t the sexiest conversation but Kris Krohn is with us to understand what debt to income ratio is, how to reduce it and how to focus your discretionary income on your debt.

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  5. TheGoosemanrock Entertainment says:

    That’s rolling the dice. But genius.

  6. Shayla’s Satisfaction says:

    Is the power bill a debt?

  7. kiwiflare says:

    Can you explain more in-depth what a credit partner is?

  8. Anthony Verdejo says:

    You’re better than my proffesor honestly i want to learn the real life material

  9. Maige Matthews says:

    Where can I find a credit partner? I’m in New York, but want to invest in Tampa bay, FL, and South Carolina.

  10. Matthew Ray says:

    You are the man, i love your videos. Thanks for all of the information

  11. pimpballer3 says:

    Actually they only use 70% of the rental income for DTI

  12. CODY DUNLAP says:

    Marry a chick with a job, no car, and no student loans.

  13. अच्छे लाल says:

    It, s nesecessary also.

  14. Jayanth Ukwaththa - Trader's Life says:

    This is awesome, thank you Kris.

  15. FoyshaCollection says:

    Very helpful, cheers

  16. jdogagt says:

    Thank you for this information.

  17. DarkYasha15 says:

    What do you think about condo investment properties?

  18. Bryan says:

    Do banks only look for credit accounts to calculate debt to income ratio? Do they look at monthly bills like a money that goes on rent? For some people rent is more or less half of their paycheck. Thank you for your videos.

  19. Josh Richards says:

    Hey Kris. I have a fairly simple question I think. Is it better to build a new house or buy a used house?

  20. Tupacstole Mybike says:

    Im currently looking to purchase my first rental property, Im in San Diego, CA; however, the area im living in is too expensive. Would you think its a good idea to broaden my search, and possibly target an area farther away from the city, where houses are much cheaper, and also offer more bang for my buck. ie (Perris, CA, Hemet,CA Menifee CA) would love your input, thanks.

  21. A A says:

    Hey Limitless. What income do you think is enough for someone to be relaxed in life. I've seen an article recently saying 75K Annual is enough. Would be great to get your opinion. Ofcourse it depends on each person but taking an example of a simple investor would make a good video

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