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    30% but once bub is born only it will only be 20% .

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    25% (single income family)

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    Well, DS might have to share a room with me... He already sleeps with me most nights anyway, and it would only be for a year or two while I work and finish my masters.

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    50% - thats a mortgage in Sydney- wow I actually hadnt realised it was that bad. When I go back to work it will be 30%.... no wonder we are struggling at the moment...

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    I'm not sure exactly what dh is paid but I would think its about 35-40%? Single income household and we do pay quite a substantial amount more than the minimum required. We get by so don't see the need to drop what we pay

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    About 25% for mortgage in the Sydney burbs. 1 full time and 1 part time income.

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    Around 25% for our mortgage.

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    26% for us double income. Not looking forward to when I take maternity leave...

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    50%. Just an average house in WA, not a fancy suburb. One income family

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    bunkx is offline Being happy doesn't mean that everything is perfect. It means that you've decided to look beyond the imperfections
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    Our rent is 40% of our income
    But for what we are renting we are getting a very good deal we are being under charged by at least $100 a week

    Edit : we live in WA in an ok suburb & on a very low wage
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