Here’s a case study from the Financial Post about a young couple with a young child looking to move out of their condo and into a house with a yard. They have a good combined income of $118k per year. Debt load is low. They own a condo and have a small mortgage.
In the end, they will need a $300k mortgage. Can they afford to buy a larger home today? The experts say yes… and I agree based on the data provided.
One more thing that isn’t mentioned but I wanted to point out… affordability.. given interest rates are at record lows, their mortgage payments would be lower than ever… Cashflow is always important and must be considered.
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