As stated below, the issue is not whether she can co-sign on another loan it is whether your combined debt to Income fits lending guidelines. The best way to figure this out is to talk to a Loan Officer and have them take a no cost application and run your combined credit so they have all the details. You should be fine if all your recurring debt on your combined credit report is less than 50% of the gross income you both make. I will be happy to help, give me a call.
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