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Can I buy my first house after six months worK

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Variable situation

You need a down payment, you need to show steady employment, and you need decent credit scores. All of which will be determined if they qualify by whomever you seek financing from to purchase said home. Your question is really too broad and the best thing to do is find a reputable place to get a prequalification from to see how much home you financially qualify for based upon your current income and living expenses. Many reputable home financing places have home purchase pre-counseling to help people figure out what is best for their situation. You should seek something out like this in your local community. Generally, programs from non-profits are the best for this.

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Go find out.

Almost every community in the US has a local credit union.  These are member owned banks that are there to help the community.  

Go in and talk to a loan manager,  they will go over your finanaces with you and help you build a plan to acheive your goals.  That is their purpose. 

Its really unrealistic to believe that you can purchase a home with only 6 months work experience, But if you make a plan now and stick to it, you could have that home sooner than you think.  

Good luck 

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