As to "nice," that depends on the amount of the income. Debt to income rules as well as credit rating still come into play. So, if you have only $230 a month in disability, you won't qualify for much of a house, or if you have a 501 credit score, etc. You should discuss your situation with a loan officer and learn what you could qualify for.
A bank wants to see "stable" income before it can be used to qualify. Disability income is considered "stable" income, only if it is permanent. Therefore if this is the case you may be able to qualify for a mortgage. Also, lenders allow you to "Gross" disability income up approx. 115%-125% for qualification purposes. These are general statements so please feel free to call me with any specific questions.
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