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Sure you can. Your question could be interpreted two different ways. If you are asking if a lending institution will give you a home loan based solely on your SSDI (disability) income, the answer is yes, in some cases. Lenders will peruse the amount of your monthly benefit, and the amount of your monthly mortgage payment on the potential new home. They will also want to know about your other debts and financial obligations. If the lender determines that you have the financial capability to make the monthly mortgage payments, and you have a decent credit rating, you'll very likely be approved for the loan. If you are asking whether or not Social Security *allows* you to own a home when you are on disability, the answer is Yes. Owning a home has no effect on your eligibility to receive SSDI payments. Family members recently refinanced a home, with no other income except SSDI benefits.
When someone is disabled it means they can't do a lot of home maintenance. Under SS disability (which is usually low income) and people are struggling to even rent and can't rent without Section 8 I would think you'd need some government program to be able to own a home. The prices of homes are down right now but taxes have risen (strange huh?) and the price of maintenance has gone up and we're expecting inflation to hit any day now. The usual home mortgage loans put people into foreclosures with more people yet to lose their homes in the near future, and the unemployment rate is still going up. With this in mind I'd think owning a home would be difficult and once in there things will have to go by the wayside instead of being fixed or updated. If you bought a home and you're alone you'd need a good security system and good transportation to get groceries. As far as I know the only loans out there presently are new-jersey and FHA. Just my thoughts though.
Yes my sons dad is on disability and buying a home.i think there are actually programs for people on disability to help them with that.im not sure who you go through to get it though.good luck
Social Security Disability Guide :
They don't count home as asset in Social Security. Everybody got to have a home to live, making profit from selling home is a different story.
Sure. According to your income as to how much you can buy.
Yes you can.
Sure--there are no resource limits... with SSDI --you cnamake a profit formowning ahome--but not with SSI