This is to be my first home, not a rental property but I need to have the ability to rent it out when I’m out of the city for extended periods of time.If you 'need' to rent it out when you aren't occupying it, then it's a rental property. If you want it to be an owner/occupant property, you need to have enough money set aside in reserves to pay the associated bills without having to rent it out for at least the length of the occupancy requirement imposed by your lender, in case you cannot get the occupancy requirement waived.AJ
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