Purchase price – This is total sales price of your
new home in whole dollars. This amount, less any down payment, will be
the amount you borrow from your bank.
Down payment – Enter the percentage of the Purchase price that you plan to pay upfront. If, for example, you plan to make a $25,000 down payment on a $250,000 home, enter 10 here.
Mortgage term – Determine the number of years over which you'd like to pay your mortgage and enter it here. Common values are 10, 15, and 30.
Interest rate – Enter the actual interest
percentage your bank will apply to the amount you borrow. Do not
include any Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) percentages your bank may
Property tax – Enter the yearly tax you'll pay on the value of your property.
Property insurance – Determine the yearly amount to insure your property and enter it here.
PMI – If your down payment is less than 20% of your
home's purchase price, your bank may require you to pay an additional
yearly percentage of your home's purchase price in the form of Private
Mortgage Insurance (PMI). If so, enter the PMI percentage here.
First payment date – From these drop-down menus, select the month and year that your mortgage payments will begin.
Amortization – Choose whether you'd like to see
your mortgage payment schedule, including principal, interest, tax,
insurance, PMI, and balance, on a yearly or monthly basis. If you don't
want to see a detailed amortization schedule, choose don't show.
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Loan amount – Enter the amount you're borrowing from your bank in whole dollars.
Loan term – Input the number of years you'll need to pay back your loan.
Interest rate – Enter the interest percentage your bank will charge on your loan.
First payment date – Determine the month and year that you'll begin paying for your loan and select them from these drop-down menus.Amortization
– If you'd like to view a comprehensive loan payment schedule, choose show by year
or show by month
. To display only a simple payment graph, choose don't show
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