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she has had a steady job for 8 years and make $ 27000-30000 would it make a diff if i cosigned with her i have good credit but am on unemployment and if so how much of a diff would that make? also what would that mean if i were to want to get a mortgage of my own in the next 5-10 years?

any help greatly appreciated

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    jmac
    August 26, 2012 at 11:22 am

    The lender and product can vary. Sometimes they take the middle score of the lowest borrower – so your credit wouldn’t help. The most help would come if you were earning money yourself. Your mother can try for a mortgage on her own and then try with you as a cosigner if she can’t get approved herself. Some lenders stipulate that cosigners must live at the residence as well.

    If you want to get your own mortgage in 5-10yrs it will affect you greatly if you cosign. Her mortgage will be apart of your Debt To Income calculation – a big part. DTI’s > 36 are high and DTI’s > 45 are generally not allowed. Also, if your mother defaults on her mortgage or has any late payments it will drag your credit score down. You will also lose your First Time Home Buyer status which has certain benefits. There are certain products only available to FTHBs and sometimes certain credits (like the $ 8,000 tax credit last year). Some products also stipulate that the borrower cannot own any other property – again you’d be disqualified.

    It doesn’t sound like you’d be much help to her and it would be harmful to yourself. With proper financial management your mother should be able to pull up her credit rating quite a bit over the next year. You’d be better off helping her manage her own finances so that she can qualify for her own mortgage.

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    DON W
    August 26, 2012 at 11:32 am

    Unfortunately you would not be helpful, since you don’t have a regular source of income beyond your unemployment payments, which don’t count when applying for a mortgage.

    Since your mother has a regular income, in theory she could get approved for a mortgage, but since her income is pretty low, the amount of mortgage would be very low.

    In 5-10 years you might be able to qualify for a mortgage yourself, but only if you are able to get a job with a regular income, and otherwise keep yourself out of debt.

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    Judy
    August 26, 2012 at 11:58 am

    You won’t be of any help if you don’t have employment.
    Any co-owner will need 2 years worth of solid work.
    You will be a co-owner on a mortgage – there is no other way.

    Also, when you go to get your new mortgage, the debt from your current mortgage will reduce the amount of home you will qualify for.
    On 30K a year, they may not think you can afford 2 separate mortgages.

    Tell your mom to fix her credit reports.
    Major lenders do not look at the scores – they view the reports in detail.
    They will acknowldege items paid off and adjust their calculations.
    Get the reports at
    annual credit report. com
    Fix them.
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    August 26, 2012 at 12:44 pm

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