Decades ago, when I was an undergraduate, I bought a condo, and if I'd left Seattle after graduation I would have been selling at a loss, and that may have been true even after law school (not sure).
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There isn't a lot of selection, with inventory being as low as it is, but I think you've got a good chance of making this happen.
You'll need to work with a small local bank, not Bank of America, Wells or Chase. I can make some referrals for you.
I've lived in the Ravenna neighborhood for over 30 years so know this market very well.
I look forward to hearing from you via email.
I think it may be possible. It will likely come down to how a lender considers your income and if you have much other debt. Your first stop could be a Realtor or a Lender, but the lender will be the necessary step for pre-approval. Rather than walk into just any lender a great Realtor will have recommendations to lenders who have served them well and may have the ability to arrange the financing.