I want to buy a house! How much loan can i get if I make $40,000 a year?
You are like a lot of folks, you don't do your homework correctly. Look, only a lender can tell you if you qualify after taking all your financials into consideration. Don't skip an important step, talk with several lenders because each has their own programs. 2nd, select a Realtor to work with. Their service is free, they do all the homework and legwork for you and provide advise from experience. Don't waste that resource. Now you're prepared to buy a home. Good Luck!
by Alterfemego - 19 hours ago
I use the 3x rule of thumb. Three times your annual income is the max house price you can look at. In your case it would be $120,000. Figuring as 20% down payment and your max loan would be $96,000. Of course everybody is different and you won't know for sure until you contact a lender.
by frak1a12345 - 19 hours ago
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by Kelly Cole - 19 hours ago
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