How To Properly Calculate Your Mortgage

2017-04-06 | 07:23:26

Calling all house hunters! We have a question for you—have you calculated what your mortgage will be? It is all too common for buyers to start house hunting before they truly know what their mortgage payment will work out to each month. This leads to homeowners being in over their heads. We believe in being proactive, not reactive, so today we are walking you through the steps necessary to calculate your mortgage. There are a number of factors contributing to your mortgage calculation. These include: 1. Which Type of mortgage you choose (fixed or variable) 2. When you are purchasing your new home 3. The current interest rates The key one out of those three are the interest rates. Interest rates vary on a daily basis and it is always recommended to pay attention to the current rates and future trends so that you can get the best deal. One very useful tool is an interest rate calculator. An effective interest rate calculator can be an invaluable tool for those considering the possibility of buying a home. It gives you a chance to input your specific financial information as well as the current interest rate and other mortgage specifics in order to produce the amount of the payments you will make. Because different types of mortgages offer different options and specifics, the amount of interest that is charged will vary from loan to loan. It is always a good idea to examine the different options available before making your choice. By inputting your specific information, you are better able to compare and contrast the different types of loans as well as interest rates to help determine which the best option for you is. Being able to look at the financial possibilities and outcomes of each of the different loans available to you is the best way to figure out what type of loan will work. The annual interest rate calculator can be used to break down the amount of interest paid on your mortgage on a yearly basis. This will help you determine the anticipated yearly costs. Annual interest rate calculators can also help you see how much could be saved by paying off a mortgage at an earlier date. Speaking to a Dominion Lending Centres mortgage professional is always a great way to learn more about what options you have and how to make the best choices. They will work with you from the very start of this process right till the very end. Our goal is to make it as easy on you as possible; while still getting you the sharpest rate out there! Contact us today to get started! Geoff Lee Dominion Lending Centres - Accredited Mortgage Professional Geoff is part of DLC GLM Mortgage Group based in Vancouver, BC.