How hard would it be to get a home loan?
My fiance and I are getting married in August of next year and would love to buy a house after the wedding.. Only problem is, his credit is not the best but mine is good. How difficult do you think it would be for us to get a $70,000ish home loan? We are currently renting and have never been late on payments if that would help at all. And how much would we have to put down?
Any info would be helpful :) Thanks!
At the moment we make about $3,000 a month, but by then we will both have our bachelors degree's and will look to buy a house when we find jobs in our fields which is Human Resources and IT.
- LandlordLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
You might be able to buy one yourself, before you are married, if you have enough income.
Since he can't buy anything you need to do it before you are married, afterwards you may not be able to buy anything without him involved.
- Anonymous4 years ago
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- Ryan MLv 79 years ago
With his credit not good and both of you MAYBE having new jobs.....it's not going to happen. Banks want 2 years in a current job capacity to get you approved. You will be better off simply saving your money for those 2 years since you are needing such a small amount of money anyways
- parsnipiannaLv 79 years ago
A lender will look at your income-to-debt ratio as well as credit scores and down payment. The FHA has a good site that covers most everything you need to know about getting a mortgage:
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- hippieChicLv 49 years ago
Not being late is a plus because your bank will look at your records and see what type of tardy payments you had, I had credit issue but it didn't bother my loan at all, You will be like his good word though so before you do any of this you need to figure a budget and really really talk about the commitment you are making ,,,also he can talk to his bank and pay off the bad credit wich will make his credit look much better. You shouldn't have an issue other than any other bills you pay they will ask what and when you pay too make sure you are not cutting your budget too thin ,,,also make sure you are aware of your interest rate,,,don't use your bank that you have used just becuase ,,,,shop around find a low interest rate,,,my state farm ins will actually do home and car loans.
- MiltonLv 79 years ago
You left out too much information to make it possible to say. The bank asks about earnings. They must be sufficient to pay the mortgage, the taxes, the insurance and all your normal bills. They accept no excuses or exceptions. To get a $70,000 loan, you will need to make payments of about $900 a month including taxes. So, your income would have to be about $3500 a month to cover all the other costs of living. Anything under a $40,000 annual income and they will probably not go for it. Also, you have to have 20% cash to put down on the new home. That is what often stops young couples, not the monthly payments. And 20% doesn't include closing costs of several thousand dollars, moving costs and money to make repairs that are essential to the home. As a married couple, they will look at joint credit, unfortunately. It might almost pay for you to buy the home now in your name because you will be tied to his credit the moment you say, "I do."
- Anonymous9 years ago
No idea. You don't even mention your respective incomes--which a lender will certainly be looking at.