An increase of child support payments must be received for at least three months to be counted as income for Conventional loans.

Answer: [tweet-start]When child support payments increase, the increase must be received for three months before a mortgage lender can count it.[tweet-end] A 3-month history at the NEW income level is required. Copyright – 2017 –

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