Be sure to ask your lender specifically what is the maximum amount of income for your Total household. Thats ALL working persons not just yourself when they consider the household income for the program. ALL persons married or not. Also unrelated persons working within the household who may be moving into your new home.
This is from the program requirements. I helped create it.
I hope this helps. Good luck.
CCS Realty, LLC
New Orleans, La
Not to sound like an echo chamber, but your lender will have the best sense of how this will affect things, if at all. That said, adding additional income and employement shouldn't be a problem as long as it doesn't affect your full time job. Whether you should even add this to your application will depend on when you start the job and if you need to disclose the additional income. Typically a lender will wait until you have at least 30 days worth of pay stubs to even consider this, and as an additional job I doubt it would be considered at all for a while.
Talk to your lender and see what they suggest.