Personally, I would try to wipe out the debt. You did not mention whether or not you have consumer debt so I am assuming no, either way $30k non mortgage debt is still a large number. I would develop your budget and set a target date to have the debt cleared. In the mean time you could always keep some cash on hand and continue to look for deals and educate yourself.
Hope that helps!
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