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  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Required-Income Mortgage Calculator

    Your income, current debt payments, and interest rates all help determine the amount you can borrow. Will you qualify for a loan to buy the home of your dreams? Finding out the income necessary to qualify for a specific mortgage amount will answer your question. Use this tool to determine...

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  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    How Much Home Can You Afford?

    Knowing how much you can afford to borrow is an important piece of information during the home shopping process. The size of mortgage you can afford depends on factors such as interest rates, your current income and monthly debt payments.

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  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Fixed-Rate Mortgage Or Interest-Only Mortgage Calculator

    Fixed rate mortgages offer a stable interest rate and predictable monthly payment for the life of the loan. Interest-only loans are very different, often featuring an interest rate that will adjust in the future, as well as requiring the eventual repayment of the principal. Sharply higher payments in future periods...

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  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Rent Or buy?

    Buying a home entails more costs than what is reflected in your monthly mortgage payment. For some, buying is the right answer, but for others, renting is the way to go. Considering all of the costs and tax implications will lead to a better decision. This tool helps you figure...

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  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Refinance Mortgage Calculator

    Refinancing your mortgage can generate significant interest savings, but it costs money up front. Finding out whether a mortgage refinancing makes sense for you is your first step. This tool will help you determine the potential savings of a mortgage refinancing and how long it will take to breakeven on...

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  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Interest-Only, Fixed-Rate Mortgage Calculator

    An interest-only mortgage provides flexibility to the borrower in the early years of the loan. Borrowers can pay only interest, or can choose to repay some portion of the loan balance as they see fit. However, after interest-only payments for a period of years, the amount borrowed must be repaid...

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  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Interest-Only, Adjustable-Rate Mortgage Calculator

    Interest-only mortgages promise low initial payments because borrowers repay none of their debt for the first several years. But payments can soar when the introductory period ends and they must start paying off the principal. Most interest-only loans also come with adjustable interest rates, which usually begin resetting at the...

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  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    How Long: 15 Years Or 30 Years?

    It can be a challenge to determine what is the right mortgage for you. With a 15-year mortgage you'll pay much less in interest but have to make much larger monthly payments. A 30-year loan provides more manageable payments, but by doubling the repayment period, the interest tally mounts. Use...

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  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Points Or Down Payment?

    Paying points will reduce the interest rate and your monthly payments. But points come at a price with each point equal to one percent of the loan amount.

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  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    APR Mortgage Calculator

    When shopping for a mortgage, it is important to evaluate the total cost of the loan. The Annual Percentage Rate (APR) reflects the total cost of a loan by taking into consideration the interest rate plus any points and fees paid. Make your comparison shopping easier by using this tool...

    Provided By Interest.com

  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Required-Income Mortgage Calculator

    Your income, current debt payments, and interest rates all help determine the amount you can borrow. Will you qualify for a loan to buy the home of your dreams? Finding out the income necessary to qualify for a specific mortgage amount will answer your question. Use this tool to determine...

    Provided By Interest.com

  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    How Much Home Can You Afford?

    Knowing how much you can afford to borrow is an important piece of information during the home shopping process. The size of mortgage you can afford depends on factors such as interest rates, your current income and monthly debt payments.

    Provided By Interest.com

  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Fixed-Rate Mortgage Or Interest-Only Mortgage Calculator

    Fixed rate mortgages offer a stable interest rate and predictable monthly payment for the life of the loan. Interest-only loans are very different, often featuring an interest rate that will adjust in the future, as well as requiring the eventual repayment of the principal. Sharply higher payments in future periods...

    Provided By Interest.com

  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Rent Or buy?

    Buying a home entails more costs than what is reflected in your monthly mortgage payment. For some, buying is the right answer, but for others, renting is the way to go. Considering all of the costs and tax implications will lead to a better decision. This tool helps you figure...

    Provided By Interest.com

  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Refinance Mortgage Calculator

    Refinancing your mortgage can generate significant interest savings, but it costs money up front. Finding out whether a mortgage refinancing makes sense for you is your first step. This tool will help you determine the potential savings of a mortgage refinancing and how long it will take to breakeven on...

    Provided By Interest.com

  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Interest-Only, Fixed-Rate Mortgage Calculator

    An interest-only mortgage provides flexibility to the borrower in the early years of the loan. Borrowers can pay only interest, or can choose to repay some portion of the loan balance as they see fit. However, after interest-only payments for a period of years, the amount borrowed must be repaid...

    Provided By Interest.com

  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Interest-Only, Adjustable-Rate Mortgage Calculator

    Interest-only mortgages promise low initial payments because borrowers repay none of their debt for the first several years. But payments can soar when the introductory period ends and they must start paying off the principal. Most interest-only loans also come with adjustable interest rates, which usually begin resetting at the...

    Provided By Interest.com

  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    How Long: 15 Years Or 30 Years?

    It can be a challenge to determine what is the right mortgage for you. With a 15-year mortgage you'll pay much less in interest but have to make much larger monthly payments. A 30-year loan provides more manageable payments, but by doubling the repayment period, the interest tally mounts. Use...

    Provided By Interest.com

  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Points Or Down Payment?

    Paying points will reduce the interest rate and your monthly payments. But points come at a price with each point equal to one percent of the loan amount.

    Provided By Interest.com

  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    APR Mortgage Calculator

    When shopping for a mortgage, it is important to evaluate the total cost of the loan. The Annual Percentage Rate (APR) reflects the total cost of a loan by taking into consideration the interest rate plus any points and fees paid. Make your comparison shopping easier by using this tool...

    Provided By Interest.com