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If I purchase a home for 850,000.00, and putting down 680,000.00, what would my monthly payment be

  • September 02 2009 - Redwood City
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Not only digging up bones from almost 1 year ago but then directs the OP to Bankrate???????? Greg, Zillow has a mortgage side that you might want to familiarize yourself with and from what I have compared online, rates/fees are better on Zillow anyway.
  • June 25 2010
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Greg, why are you digging up nearly one year old posts? archeological advice?
  • June 24 2010
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I would suggest you use this mortgage calculator tool at bankrate.com... Mortgage Calculator
  • June 24 2010
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where in the world are you getting your rates? the rate for that loan would be 4.75%.
unless you have that much in your retirement account. I would never put that much money down. or back the loan up with a 250,000 equity line. just don't draw on it. they are free.
  • September 08 2009
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  • September 08 2009
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Keep your money!
  • September 03 2009
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In addition to the loan payment which will depend on the interest rate, you will have property taxes of about $850 per month and fire insurance of about $75 per month.

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  • September 03 2009
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Your mortgage will be $170k, with 5.25% today interest rate at 30 years terms, the monthly payment is $939. ( principal+Interest).
  • September 02 2009
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