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Ways That Student Loans Can Affect Your Mortgage

When you’re trying to get a mortgage, lenders will look at your debt-to-income ratio. This is the amount of your monthly debt payments compared to your monthly income. If your student loans are high, it could make it harder to get a mortgage because it can affect your debt-to-income ratio.

Here are some other ways that student loans can affect your mortgage:

-Your student loan payments could increase if you consolidate or refinance your loans. This could make it harder to make your mortgage payments.

-If you have trouble making your student loan payments, it could hurt your credit score. A lower credit score could mean you’ll have to pay a higher interest rate on your mortgage.

-Some lenders might not approve you for a mortgage if you have delinquent student loans or are in default on your loans.

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