First National Eases the Reins on Rental Guidelines

First National, a top 5 player in the broker market, recently put a new spin on its rental property underwriting guidelines, adding a touch more flexibility.

In a time when so many investors have gone into hibernation, however, the move may seem curious to some. Intrigued by this shift, we connected with First National's Senior Vice President, Scott McKenzie, to understand the logic behind the change.

Here's how he explained it.

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