What’s the best course for college grads in California who want a mortgage in the next 10 years?

All careers and salaries considered, are there any particular options for Californian 21-25ers who want to become homeowners within the next ten years? Houses seem impossibly priced for even, or especially our parents twenty+ years ago to purchase at this time. Aside from becoming rich fast by becoming a business/stock/real estate tycoon/winning the lottery, is it really feasible for a person in our age range to purchase anything considered livable by California law currently or in the future?

By | 2013-08-27T03:21:08+00:00 August 27th, 2013|Mortgages Home Loans Interest Rate|2 Comments

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  1. Super G August 27, 2013 at 3:45 AM - Reply

    well, professional sales is usually the fastest track for smart people to make big money. if you have an engineering degree, you can work your way into vendor technology sales. i know quite a few people in this field, age range 29-42, all professional engineers most of them working for various suppliers and overseas vendors targeting American OEMs, and most of them make over 200K. one person i know lives in mountain view, california and purchased a home in 2005 for 790K. so it’s doable. but he’s actually giving serious thought to moving his family away from california, he says the cost of living insanity is just too much.

  2. internetmortgagepro August 27, 2013 at 3:38 AM - Reply

    Don’t ever let age hold you back with anything. You can be as successful as anybody else, and probably even more successful than some of the older people in the business world, simply because you’re young and have fresh ideas.

    Make the money and you’ll be able to buy what you want.

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