Debt-to-income ratio (DTI)

Debt-to-income ratio is the quotient of a borrower’s minimum debt payments divided by that borrower’s gross income for the same time period. The debt-to-income ratio is used by lenders as one factor in the evaluation of risk associated with a debt request. From the lender’s perspective, a higher ratio indicates greater risk.
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