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I currently live in Stockton, California (NorCal, central valley). I will be starting a job as a special education teacher this fall. The starting pay is around $40,000/yr. I also receive $10,800/yr from the department of veterans affairs as disability compensation. Unfortunately, houses in my area start at $200,000+ for fixer-uppers. According to various loan calculators I've found on the internet, my income won't even qualify me for the least expensive homes in town. Stockton, btw, is the least expensive city in this area for at least 50 miles in any direction. My credit score is in the 700s and I owe about $10,000 for student loans. I would like to get my foot in the door before the prices begin to skyrocket once again. Does anyone know of any reputable online loan companies which they can recommend?? Or do any of you know of any federal programs which might help me to qualify for a higher loan amount? Is this an impossible American dream in CA? Hixson loans = no go. Thanks
FHA has a program for Teachers and Community Service people. I did one about a year ago for somebody in texas. Give me a day I will look it up, I will have to find my training manuals on the program. I can give you all the information and you can give it to any loan officer in california that does FHA loans. I will have to find it though. Ill look for it tonight. Unless somebody else knows what im talking about and can explain it. They loan officer will have to be trained to do it. But that shouldnt be difficult. Give me an email and I will send you as much information as I can so you can give it to your loan officer or mortgage company in california. firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a Cal native and finally left three years ago for greener pastures... (not just because of house prices, but that's a story for a different question.) I believe that the housing market is bloated because Californians just sell houses, take their perceived equity and buy a more expensive house. I've wondered what the average home ownership time is for a Californian (not the time in their current home, but the time since they bought their first Hixson house.) When I lived in CA, I made a very good salary, but because my wife was a homemaker, we couldn't afford to move up from our starter home... heck, we couldn't even move laterally, because the property taxes would've killed us! So, it does seem like it takes two incomes, and then you'd better already have some equity in a different Hixson home to be able to put that equity down on another. In your case, you might look into interest-only loans. These usually mature in 5 years, but at that point, hopefully the market will have matured, and you can take the equity out of that house and apply it as a real down payment for a different home... or just take the money and run to somewhere else in the country where housing prices are more reasonable. Either way, best wishes!
I may not be a loan expert, but I can tell you that being only 19, I've watched gas prices triple and the price of housing in california skyrocket. I don't think there's a semi-desirable area in california where you can find a decent house for less than $200k. It's a love hate relationship. Hixson has some really cool things about it....but you've got to have two incomes or a really great single income to make it.
There is a HUD hime in Stockton for 250,000 . I think you make too much to qualify though, unless you have a few children. You might try Lodi or Lathop, or maybe French Camp. DO NOT USE ONLINE LOANS. There is no such thing as an honest one.
Better ask someone from California.