12-10-2008 11:58 AM
12-10-2008 02:57 PM
I was 26 years old. My fiance bought his first house when he was 22.
12-10-2008 03:09 PM - edited 12-10-2008 03:11 PM
12-10-2008 03:41 PM
12-10-2008 05:44 PM
Just bought my first place @ 22 wife was on the loan, same age.
I have around a 650 score and she was about 630, we both make pretty decent money, but I qualified on only making 38k, and her @ 36k.
It was a lil stretch but we did get a loan @ 180k.
Your credit score is important, as is your debt to income ratio. Assuming you are doing FHA.
12-10-2008 07:43 PM
we dont age discriminate.
you qualify or you dont.
right now, you dont. lets see the scores after you pay down cards.
ho long have you been working this job?
12-10-2008 09:58 PM
I'm not being bitter at all (yeah right) I plan on buying next spring at the age of 29 for a max purchase price of $170K with a single income.
Good Luck to you! and Kudos to your financial security that you are able to buy a house so young.
You Honestly ROCK!!
If everyone at your age (or my age) had that security we would all be rich by the age of 40!
12-11-2008 07:27 AM
12-11-2008 09:36 AM
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