Lance gave you a very high debt to income ratio and I'm certain it's accurate. At the same time please be aware that in the present condition of the real estate market and with lenders becoming more and more careful who they lend money to, anything over a 45% debt to income ratio will more than likely require a manual underwrite. This means that even with an automated approval, a human underwriter will most likely make the final decision.
That is a very good question, and I agree with Trey and Lance. It will most certainly have to be manually underwritten because automated system won't accept a debt ratio that high. I've seen a 67% debt ratio approved through a broker, but I cannot remember if it was conventional or FHA, I am pretty sure it was conventional, and it went with the exact income documentation they had provided thier broker, no stated, nothing. It is possible but like they have said somewhat rare.