As long as you have the requisite credit and income, you can qualify. As of January 1st, tougher regulations went into effect for lenders regarding home loans. I suggest that you work with a lender of your choice. They will let you know if you qualify or what you can do to improve your chances of qualifying. Good Luck!
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You need to talk to a loan officer about this not a lawyer. However, beware of stretching yourself too thin. Interest adds up over time.
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