I'm thinking YOU are the only one who can answer that question, and w/that being said, let me tell you I am a homeowner and have been for over 18 yrs.
Also, I was dx'd w/RRMS about 3 yrs AFTER I bought my home. I was working at the time, and other than having my lil world rocked by the dx, things were ok.
I don't work any longer as working in critical care, I knew my cognitive abilities *may* put a patient at risk, so I chose to leave. Things with the house are still ok, so it can be done.
In fact, I take pride in knowing that MY lawn usually looks better than my neighbors (said w/a grin) and I am the one who takes care of it.
Of course, I don't have the money I did while working, so spending isn't done as freely, but it's so nice to sit down in my own home, and know that
I *CAN* do whatever I want to it, w/out asking permission.
I would say to look closely at your financial records, esp the spenditures, and if YOU are satisfied w/what you see, then GO FOR IT.
MS hasn't stopped me yet, and w/the good Lord willing, it won't. I am currently in a relapse, but I still do what I need to.
Bottom line is this:
IF *YOU* THINK YOU CAN, THEN DO IT. DON'T DEPRIVE YOURSELF OF THE SATISFACTION OF OWNING A HOME, JUST BECAUSE YOU HAVE MS.
Take care and be well,
Every journey begins with a single step...Diane