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Mansion Residence, Acacia Hall across the Darent

on Jan 13, 2013 in Real Estate News | 3 comments

Question by Andrew R: How much mortgage payment are they qualified for? Pete and Pam want to purchase a new home but don’t know how much mortgage they can qualify for. The lender requires total installment loan payments not exceed 32% of gross monthly income. Based on Pete and Pam’s financial data below, illness pill what is the maximum monthly mortgage payment for which they can qualify? Monthly Gross Income $ 5, illness 000 Car payment 400 Student loan payment 300 Current rent payment 1,000 Options: $ 1,700 $ 1,600 $ 900 $ 600 $ 500 Best answer: Answer by bdancer22232% of monthly gross income would be $ 1600. But that would really stretch Pete and Pam’s budget. They would be smarter to stay under 25% of their monthly gross income. That way they’d have some wiggle room when all the extra expenses of owning a home hit them. Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments! Some cool mansion pictures: Mansion Property, treat Acacia Hall across the Darent Image by kenjonbro The classical Grade II listed Mansion Property now identified as Acacia Hall was built on land originally granted to Michael de Wallensi in 1261. Right now this historic mansion with nine acres of landscaped gardens on the banks of the River Darent has been licensed to carry out civil wedding ceremonies. Far more wonderful homes click here… Mansion Residence, more about Kennington, SE11 Image by Ewan-M A closed pub, possibly undergoing refurbishment. The Old Red Lion is next door to the correct of this photo. Address: 46 Kennington Park Road. Former Name(s): The Mansion Property Stores. Owner: Shepherd Neame (former). Links: Fancyapint Beer in the Evening Dead Pubs (history) For a lot more houses click right here… Mansion’s Window Image by Leo Chimaera Gorgeous window on striking blue wall of an old Chinese mansion in Penang, Malaysia. If you would like to see much more homes click here… Mansion Residence, Acacia Hall across the...

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