Buying A House With Family
by Home Buyer
Regarding Buying A House With Family: My husband and I are interested in buying a house with his grandparents. The home has a large garage with a second bedroom in an upstairs apartment they would like to stay in. They filed bankruptcy about 7 yrs ago and we had a foreclosure about 3 yrs ago so our credit is not the greatest. I know that our incomes combined would be enough for the purchase, but would we qualify for the loan at all?
Kate Answers: Buying A House With Family
Hi Home Buyer, I recommend three initial steps to assist you in preparing for buying a house.
The first step to take is to figure out what you can afford. This is the spring board for buying a home and continuing to afford your mortgage payments in the future. Find help with affording a mortgage
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