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It all depends on the rates of your car and student loans. I will assume they are low. If this is the case, I would keep my money liquid and put down 10% on your purchase while leaving the debt as is. If they are high interest rates and/or you need to lower your debt to income ration to qualify, I would pay off the cars and leave the student loans alone.Let me know if I can help!All The Best.
If you pay off the cars, you will only have a 10% down payment. You can get a second mortgage behind that or pay MI in one loan. Also, by paying off the cars, it will lower your monthly overhead. I am always a big fan of that.Scott, $60K in debt and $100k in savings. 100-60=40.Stick to filling in pdf's. Math is not your thing...
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