Asked by Stephanie, North Richland Hills, TX • Tue May 1, 2012
My husband and I are planning on buying our first house. Our annual income is $34,000 plus $1,500-2,500 in bonuses. We have good credit (around a 715 average). However, we have a student loan that is in defferment. In one year we have the option of choosing two more years of defferment or start repayment at $180 per month. We do not have any car payments risht now and we have about $7,000 to put towards down payments and closing costs. If we can afford $1,000 per month in rent payments I know we could afford to pay the mortgage ect. on a $95,000 house. I just hate that the rent money is being wasted by not going towards an investment. Will our student loan stand in our way of buying a house?
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