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Not sure which part of the country you are buying in, but if your county falls into a high cost area, you might be able to purchase a two-family home (assuming it will be your primary residence) using FHA financing, with a minimum down payment of only 3.5%. The county loan limits for 2 unit properties starting January 1st will be up to $800,775. So if you fall into one of these areas, buying a $600-$700k home would work, and will not require such a large down payment. However, if you can come up with 20% down, you would be much better off going conventional and avoiding the mortgage insurance premiums. Your rental income would not be allowed to count towards your qualifying income if you have no track record of being a landlord for at least 2 years, with that income showing on your tax returns. So as stated previously, you will need to be able to qualify using just your regular income.I would be happy to discuss the various options available and your qualifications. David
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