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How much can i get approved for?

Hello everyone! quick question...i gross $2800 a month my only debts are 2 cc with min payments of $40 dollars a month...how much of a loan would FHA approve me for and whats the MAXIMUM monthly payment on the loan that FHA would think i can handle? thank you again for ur insight and have a blessed day!:smileyhappy:
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Re: How much can i get approved for?

I calculate it to be about 875 a month and that would include principal, interest, taxes, insurance and PMI. What kind of a mortgage that would get you would depend on the tax rate in your area.
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Re: How much can i get approved for?

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Re: How much can i get approved for?

Thank you for all your help and insight!:smileyhappy:

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