Purchasing your home is one of the biggest and most important decisions that you can make. Tammy Wandzura a Trusted Saskatoon Mortgage broker and the team at Elite Mortgage Choice believe that buying a home should also be an exciting experience with little to NO stress. By trusting your Mortgage Broker, you are ensuring that any stress you may have had in previous encounters can be eliminated! Tammy Wandzura is a Trusted Saskatoon Mortgage Broker. In her latest tip written by Brydon Wandzura specialist mortgages information is shared!
Considering a Med, Vet or Dentistry Mortgage?
Did you know that new mortgage programs may allow you to qualify for a mortgage while you are still in school based on your projected income? As a recent graduate from the University of Saskatchewan, I have been through the trials and tribulations that come with Post Secondary Education.
Questions You Could Ask Yourself As A Student:
- Where am I going to find a job when I am done?
- How do I apply for these student loan credits?
- How do I do my income tax?
- And …. mortgage…what are the first steps and do I qualify?
If only they taught us these things in University!
Look no further, I know a thing or two about mortgages, here’s hows they work for Medical, Veterinary and Dentistry students.
Medical Students Mortgages:
This program applies to Med students who have recently completed or who are in their third year of residency or fellowship. The program allows eligible members to qualify for a mortgage using ‘future projected incomes.’ The projected incomes are discipline-specific, i.e. a student in Anesthesiology has a different future projected income than someone in Cardiology and so on.
Veterinary & Dentistry Mortgages:
Like Medical students, Vet and Dentistry students who are in their final year of residency, fellowship, or program of study can also qualify for a mortgage using their respective projected incomes.
Great! How does that affect you?
Simply put, being able to use this future projected income lets you qualify for a mortgage as if you are already making that amount of money. It lets you get a head start on the home buying process and allows you to start building equity instead of just paying rent again, and again and again.