The most important thing in purchasing a home in today's market is not to overpay.
If you are not comfortable with paying $2000.00 a month, then figure out what you are comfortable in paying. Mortgage officers do not factor lifestyle expenses when computing debt to income ratios for mortgage allowances.
You are newly married, so thinking long term, a two bedroom is a good investment decision and will allow you to stay longer in the event of an addition to your family.
Other considerations would be travel to and from work, storage, outdoor space & laundry facilities. These conveniences impact your everyday quality of life.
Consult with your accountant to see how taxes, interest, and MIP on FHA would be adjusted to your filing status, tax bracket and taxable income. This will give you a good figure on affordability.
It looks like you are looking at a condo in the $250,000 - $270,000 range, based on $2000 total monthly payment. You should consider overall costs and plan to stay at least five years or more.
I hope this is helpful. If you are not working with anyone we can go over a few more things based on your individual situation.
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