If my income were 90,000.00 per year, How much is the CONDO i should look for?

Asked by Betty Chan, New York, NY Sun Jul 7, 2013

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Javier Menes…, Mortgage Broker Or Lender, Melville, NY
Sun Jul 7, 2013
Betty, it depends. Any Loan Officer would need to know what liabilities appear on your credit, where you're looking to buy so we can get an idea of the taxes and monthly dues, and most of all your downpayment.

I suggest you consider meeting face-to-face with a Loan Officer and allow him/her to review your documentation and credit so that they can determine exactly what you qualify for. If you need an honest and condo financing experienced Loan Officer, I'm always available to meet at one of our Manhattan, Brooklyn or Queens branches. Good luck!

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Anna M Brocco, Agent, Williston Park, NY
Mon Jul 8, 2013
Be aware that a mortgage pre-approval letter is required in order to determine your price range and for any offers to be taken seriously, therefore visit with any licensed loan officer.
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Marco Gomez &…, Agent, Jackson Heights, NY
Mon Jul 8, 2013
You should generally try to keep your housing expense to between 35-40% of your gross income. If you wanted to be conservative you could purchase a 500K condo for 500K and 100K down payment and only pay $2,500/MO of PITI (Prinicipal, Interest, Taxes and insurance) assuming $200/mo of common charges and $100/Mo of homeowners insurance.
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Tyrone Aarons, , 11422
Sun Jul 7, 2013
Many factors such as your debt to income ratio, bank statement, W-2 and credit score amongst other things play a significant role in you receiving a definite answer as to how much you can afford. A mortgage specialist can assist. I have many I can recommend if you need further assistance. Thanks.
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Benny Smith, Agent, Pittsburgh, PA
Sat Jan 18, 2014
I see this question a lot. The only correlation between your income and how much you should buy is that your income is one of the limiting factors. If you can get a home to meet your needs for a $150,000 why spend $300,00? Look at your other needs like size, location, and appointments. Use what you qualify for as a limiting factor not as a goal.
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shlomoh berok, Agent, FLUSHING NY 11367, NY
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Hi Janine :
This is a very good and very common question that concern many home buyers today.
with your income you would be able to purchase a condo that is well suited and updated . There are many condos available for good prices. you can get a condo in good area that is close to transportation, elevator, parking garage and many more. to answer your question i would say you would be able to buy a nice condo for 500-600k
if you have any questions please feel free to contact me
at 516-849-2401
best wishes
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Martina Ryan, Agent, Flushing, NY
Sun Jul 7, 2013
Why not get a pre approval from a loan officer so you know what you qualify for. It's hard to answer this question without having any information about your credit & job history.
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Janine Young, Agent, New York, NY
Sun Jul 7, 2013
That would likely depend on how much you had to put down on a property.
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