Continue readingDo you feel like you can’t afford your own home because you’re single or won’t be able to qualify? Or maybe you can afford a house, but you don’t like the areas that are in your price range. You might be surprised to know you can potentially double your home-buying power by having a co-buyer, that is, a good friend, significant other, relative or someone else to team up on your home purchase. By using both of your incomes, you can finance a lot more, depending on the combined income. We’ll explain how to do this while avoiding common co-home buying mistakes.