What should I do as a student, so I’ll be able to afford a house in the future?

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I have lived my entire life living in the flats of my youth and adolescence. My parents were very lazy and uneducated. They spend most of their paycheck to alcohol or playing! However, they were loving parents, so I can not accept. But how do I go to buy a house later in the future? I only have 4,000 of personal savings. My biggest worry in life was in the apartment that I have always had disputes with their neighbors with them to take drugs, smoking, loud music, lack of privacy. This firm decision to pursue my dream, my goal is to own a property beeinflusst.Ich graduated from UCLA with a degree in nursing and in my first year at medical school. What should I do? My credit score is 650 and I’m not really knowledgeable in the field or property. I’m going back to school are ready but I am willing to work very hard and determined to be a loan or rent the house, but not just an apartment. Any advice is gesch├Ątzt.Soll I am in contact with a banker? or a broker?

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    NaRf212
    April 29, 2011 at 10:00 pm

    You have a great degree and from the looks of it, a bright future. In the meanwhile save what you can and try to build up your credit score. You should aim for at least 700+ to have good rates on loans or loans at all in this economy.

    Once you have steady income, you’ll have to contact your banker first to see what your budget is, what you can afford and how much in loans you can take out, which depends on your credit score and income. So building that credit score now is important. Don’t have too many active credit cards at one time and don’t be late on payments are great ways to increase your score.

    Then once you have that information you should contact a real estate agent to see what houses are available for you at the budget you can afford. Happy house hunting and good luck!

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