The Patel family recently purchased a home, taking out a mortgage of $235,000at 8 1/2% for 25 years. Excluding taxes and insurance, what is the monthly PITIpayment of their loan?
The Patel family recently purchased a home, taking out a mortgage of $235,000 at 8½%for 25 years. Excluding taxes and insurance, what is the monthly PITI payment of their loan?
the patel family recently purchased a home taking out a mortage of $235,000 at 8% for 25 years excluding taxes and insurance what is the monthlt piti payment for their loan
please check my answer thanks :)Mike purchased a home the mortgage is $235,000 at 8 3/4 % for 25 years. His annual property taxes on the home are $6,345 he also has to pay hazzard insurance in the amount of $1,479. What is the PITI payment of their loan ?I am not to sure about this oneThe choices are A. 1,849.45 B. 2,586.05 or C. 652.00My answer is c
A person purchased a 225463 home 10 years ago by paying 10% down and sighning a 30 year mortgage at 8.7% compounded monthly. Interest rates have dropped and the owner wants to refinance the unpaid balance by signing a new 20 year mortgage at 4.2% compounded monthly. How much interest will refinancing save? I have been on this for a couple hours and believe I am only off by a fraction and that is why my digital homework is still saying it is correct. Instead of copying 4 pages of home work and math I will post my large findings in hopes someone can see where I messed up. Monthly payment of original 30yr mortgage = 1589.11Total interest to be paid on original 30 yr mortgage = 369161.35Unpaid balance of original loan after 10 years = 180472.95Total interet paid during 1st ten years on original 30yr mortgage = 168248.93New monthly payment for 15 yr mortgage = 1436.59Total interest to be paid on new 15 year mortgage = 78113.25Total savings:369161.35-(168248.93+78113.25)=122799.17And this answer was wrong???? Standing back from the numbers they all look about right using common sense but online homework thing says its wrong? Any help would be much appreciated
on december 31, 1995 a house is purchased with the buyer taking out a 30-year $90,000 mortgage at 9% interest compounded monthly-what are the monthly payments?
Mortgage Rates In 2001, the mean contract interest ratefor a conventional 30-year first loan for the purchase of asingle-family home was 6.3 percent, according to the U.S.Federal Housing Board.A real estate agent believes thatinterest rates are lower today and obtains a random sampleof 41 recent 30-year conventional loans. The meaninterest rate was found to be 6.05 percent, with a standarddeviation of 1.75 percent. Is this enough evidence toconclude that interest rates are lower at the levelof significance?
Sue and Tom are assistant professor at a local university they both take home $40,000 per year after tax sue is 37 years old and tom 35 years old they have two children karen 13 mike 11 if one of them die they estimate that the remaining family member would need about 75% of the present combined pay to retain their current standard of living while the children are still dependent not include an extra $50 a month in child care expense that would be require in a single parent household they estimate that survivor benefit would total about $1000 per month in child support. both sue and tom are knowledgeable investor in the past average after tax return on their investment portfolio have exceeded the rate of inflation by about 3% if sue was to die today how much would tom and the children need in the family maintenance funds question 2 suppose tom and sue had a life insurance protection gap of $50,000 present the steps in sequence how both should proceed to search for protection to close the gap
The home that you purchased in 2004 steadily increased in value for the first four years at the annual rate of 5.3%. Then, the home steadily decreased in value for the next three years at the annual rate of 3.4%. If you originally purchased the home for $160,000, what is its value today?
A mortgage broker is offering home mortgage at a rate of 9.5% but is fearful that this value is higher than many others are charging. A sample of 40 mortgages files in the country court house shows an average of 9.25% with a standard deviation of 8.61%. Does this sample indicate a smaller average? Use ó= 0.05 and assume a normally distributed population?
In order to purchase a home, a family borrows $55,000 at 14% for 15 years. What is their monthly payment?
jesse buys a 150 000 house and will make a 30 000 down payment the bank will charge him an interest rate of 5% with the mortgage amoritized over 15 years determine the monthly mortgage payment