A mortgage lender is best to talk to to review your particular situation. Based on your income, you would need to keep your monthly payment somewhere in the neighborhood of $300-$400 per month. That, sadly, does not buy you a lot of house.
Your credit is solid, so if you had a co-signer to the loan to increase your purchasing power, you may be in good shape.
Joshua Stein, REALTORÂ®
Coldwell Banker Preferred â€“ Conshohocken
Office:(610) 828-9558 * Cell:(215) 866-8030
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feel free to give me a call tomorrow morning! I have help people on social security, disability, etc with limited income purchase homes. Please give me a call so we can discuss your particular situation.
Keith Chennault Smith
Realty Mark Cityscape
1515 Market st Suite 705
philadelphia PA 19102
215- 583-7777 ext 19
The best person to ask about that would be either your bank or a mortgage broker. They will be able to give you a good idea of what you can afford based on your income, the amount of money you're putting down and your credit. If you would like to be happy to recommend some mortgage brokers and banks that I have worked with in the past that might be able to help you.
Star Real Estate Group
Licensed real estate sales person