Planning to buy a new home?
It's the most expensive purchase you'll ever make, so it's important to buy the right house. But the "right" house must also be one you can afford.
- What home can I afford?
- How much can I borrow?
- Am I better off renting?
- How much will my mortgage payments be?
- How much should I put down for a new home?
- What will my closing costs be?
Getting a home loan can be stressful and confusing. After all, you'd rather be shopping for furniture and paint colors for your new home, not interest rates and mortgage insurance. Whether you're a first time home buyer or looking to refinance, use these tools to calculate:
- Which loan is better?
- How much can I save in taxes?
- Which is better: 15 or 30 year loan term?
- Should I pay points to lower the rate?
- Which is better: Fixed or adjustable?
- How much will my adjustable rate payments be?
- How advantageous are extra payments?
- Which is better: Interest-only or traditional?
- How much will my interest-only payment be?
- Is my Private Mortgage Insurance Deductible?