Debt-to-Market Ratio?

Answer Debt-to-market value is the long-term debt over the market value of the company. This ratio shows the percentage of debt a company has relative to the total value of the company as determined by th... Read More »

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What is a debt ratio?

A debt ratio is a number calculated that shows a company's debt compared to their assets. This number is used for comparisons and by investors. A debt ratio is a common ratio used throughout all ty... Read More »

What does debt ratio mean?

Debt ratio is an easy-to-calculate number that shows how much debt a company has, compared to its assets. A company with $1,000 in assets and $100 in debts has a debt ratio of 10 percent. The lower... Read More »

Can I get an FHA loan with a 53% debt ratio?

You will not be able to get an FHA loan with a debt ratio of 53 percent, as the maximum is 41 percent. The front-end ratio on an FHA loan, which calculates your current or future house payment, is ... Read More »

What Is Loan to Debt Ratio?

Taking out a loan on favorable terms for a major purchase is subject to having a good credit score. The credit score however is only one of two major factors a lender evaluates when determining cre... Read More »