I want to know how much money I can enjoy surrounded by my in your favour and still be eligible for financial aid for college?

I also own a house, is this make me ineligible? I don't have a job right immediately.
Answers:
Owning a home does not make you ineligible for financial aid, as long as you live in the residence. If you own other property, then it can be counted as assets. As for an exact dune amount... I truly don't know. It's okay to have savings, obviously if you own $40,000 in savings you aren't going to receive grants because you could slickly pay for your own college. If you only have a few thousand or smaller number, don't worry about it. If you are on unemployment (due to no job) look into your state's WIA give in. It's for individuals that are unemployed through no fault of their own and who are low income.


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