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It is fairly well known that in order to get any type of loan, including an FHA loan, you need a 2-year job history. Of course, as with every other program, there are exceptions to the rule. If you are at a new job, you will have some more verification to do than someone would have to do if they were at their current job for 2 years or longer. The longer you are at your job, the more consistency you display to the lender and the lower risk you pose to them. A person that hops from job to job shows inconsistencies and is considered a higher risk, but this does not mean that you will not be able to get qualified. Even if you have a new job and want to get FHA financing, you might be eligible, but you will have to prove your previous income in order for the lender to make an accurate decision based on all of your qualifying factors.