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lenders will rarely allow future rental income as income used to document income, but if you are just using it for a downpayment, you should not have any penalties..permitted the money is there in a timely manner..
No, a lender does not care about pro forma income, they are underwriting based on how the asset is performing today not the possibility for future performance.
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