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$50,000 Down Payment

How To Use This Chart

This chart will tell you the highest priced home you can purchase using CalHFA financing and $50,000 down payment. To use this chart, first find the graph line that represent your annual income. For example, if your annual income is $40,000, you would be using the bottom income graph line on the chart. This is a red line with small white triangle markers. Next, add up all of your monthly debt payments and locate that amount along the bottom of the graph. When you have located your total monthly debt payment on the bottom of the graph, go directly up to your income graph line. From that point on your income graph line,  you can locate your maximum purchase price on the left side of the graph. For example, a person with $40,000 of income and $100 of monthly debt would be able buy to a home priced just at above $220,000.

Your monthly debts will include minimum credit card payments, car payments, student loan payments, installment loan payments, and child support and alimony payments. It will not include any utility or housing payments or other living expenses.

One very important thing to note from the chart is that each $10,000 of additional income increases purchasing power by approximately $60,000. Perhaps an even more important point to note is that each $100 of monthly debt payment reduces purchasing power by about $15,000. A first-time homebuyer who purchases a new car with a $500 monthly payment has just reduced his or her home purchasing power by about $75,000 (5 x $15,000). Look below and see what is your price range on this chart.

 

 

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