Podcast Episode 19: Buying a Home with Student Loan Debt

August 13, 2021 | by Anna Orendain

Categories: First Time Buyer, Homeownership, Podcast


When it comes to buying a home with student loan debt, many people believe that it's impossible to have your cake and eat it too. Well, we're here to let you know that, contrary to popular belief, you can! Join us as we sit down with our very own Frank Duplechain III and Aubrey Miller with the Q&A Mortgage Team at Cardinal Financial to break down everything you need to know about applying for a mortgage when you have student loan debt.

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Meet Our Guest—Aubrey Miller 

With 8 years of experience in the mortgage industry, Aubrey Miller is a mortgage loan officer with the Q&A Mortgage Team at Cardinal Financial. She is also one of TSAHC's top-producing loan officers from 2020 and currently serves on our Lender Advisory Council, working to guide TSAHC on our programs and home buyer needs. 

Aubrey strives to make her clients' homeownership goals a reality by guiding them through the mortgage application process as quickly and as seamlessly as possible. In her free time, you can find her in the Dallas-Fort Worth area spending time with her horses, her family, or her two SPCA puppies.

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Hi Lizett, we’d recommend checking out the homeownership section of our website! You’ll be able to learn more about our programs and discover the next steps you’ll need to take to buy a home. Follow this link to get started: https://www.tsahc.org/homebuyers-renters/ready-to-buy-a-home


So my gov school loan is in collections at 3,000 due. My husband is the one with the good credit at 640 and long work history ( I’m a stay at home mom) and he has no school loans , we did take the quiz to see if we qualify for the tsahc and we did … what are our options?? 
He makes 56,000 yearly .

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