HI i am currently in ohio moving to oregon and wanted to purchase a house in oregon. my slary if

Asked by Koji, La Grande, OR Thu May 1, 2008

significantly smaller now than when i move to oregon , aroung 6 figure difference.
my question is should i wait until i settle in that new job before making a purchase because if i buy now the income that banks will look at is my current salary and not the bigger one

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Joan Defenba…, Agent, Worthington, OH
Sat Oct 11, 2008
Every year, the Coldwell Banker Relocation Center assists thousands of corporate clients and transferees moving into and out of the Midwest. We know that there is a lot more to relocating than buying and selling real estate. Our diverse programs provide both individuals and corporations with all the tools they need for a smooth transition. From helping clients buy new homes and sell their existing property to researching communities and providing area tours and moving assistance the Coldwell Banker Relocation Center can do it all. (Source: http://www.kingthompson.com)

If you have not made the move yet to Oregon, please contact me. Coldwell Banker King Thompson offers full service to clients with your exact needs. We have a referral network, lenders and others to help you make good decisions here and at your destination city. How exciting to be moving to the West Coast!

Contact me at joan.defenbaugh@kingthompson.com for more assistance
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Harlan Mayer, Agent, Portland, OR
Fri Sep 19, 2008
Depending on how much you want to spend on a house, either option is possible for you. They will still consider your other job, your credit score and your down payment. We have great mortgage professionals we work with here in Oregon if you're interested. Feel free to give us a call or contact us on our website.

Harlan Mayer, Principle Broker
Re/Max equity group inc.
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