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Income based Borrowing Power Calculator
  • With a Gross Annual Income of $30,000, as a Single with No dependents, one may qualify for a loan for up to $113,000.
  •  With a Gross Annual Income of $40,000, as a Single with No dependents, one may qualify for a loan for up to $193,000.
  • With a Gross Annual Income of $50,000, as a Single with No dependents, one may qualify for a loan for up to $263,000.
  • With a Gross Annual Income of $60,000, as a Single with No dependents, one may qualify for a loan for up to $332,000.
  • With a Gross Annual Income of $70,000, as a Single with No dependents, one may qualify for a loan for up to $401,000.
  • With a Gross Annual Income of $80,000, as a Single with No dependents, one may qualify for a loan for up to $462,000.

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  • With a

    Gross Annual Income of $30,000, as a Couple with No dependent, one may qualify for a loan for up to $49,000.

  • With a Gross Annual Income of $40,000, as a Couple with No dependent, one may qualify for a loan for up to $129,000.
  • With a Gross Annual Income of $50,000, as a Couple with No dependent, one may qualify for a loan for up to $198,000.
  • With a Gross Annual Income of $60,000, as a Couple with No dependent, one may qualify for a loan for up to $267,000.
  • With a Gross Annual Income of $70,000, as a Couple with No dependent, one may qualify for a loan for up to $337,000.
  • With a Gross Annual Income of $80,000, as a Couple with No dependent, one may qualify for a loan for up to $398,000.
  • With a Gross Annual Income of $90,000, as a Couple with No dependent, one may qualify for a loan for up to $459,000.

Source: firsthome.investorsmortgage.com.au

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