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What is Better: take a Second Loan or Pay PMI?

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Property Information
Home Value : ($)
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Annual PMI :
Down Payment :
  Standard 80% Loan Second Loan
Interest Rate : (%) (%) (%)
Length : Yrs Yrs Yrs
Points : (%) (%) (%)
Closing Costs : ($) ($) ($)

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  Standard 80% Loan Second
Points Value : $2,700.00 $3,600.00 $300.00
Closing Costs : $1,200.00 $700.00 $1,000.00
Total Closing Costs : $3,900.00 $5,600.00
Down Payment : $30,000.00
Upfront Cost : $33,900.00 $35,600.00
Amount Financed : $270,000.00 $240,000.00 $30,000.00
Monthly PI : $1,449.42 $1,216.04 $253.16
Months With PMI : 78 0 0
Monthly PMI : $112.50 $0.00 $0.00
Monthly Payment : $1,561.92 $1,469.20
Total Interests Paid : $251,790.62 $213,344.38
Total PMI : $8,775.00 $0.00 $0.00
Total Payments : $530,559.60 $483,338.57
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When you take out your home mortgage loan, you might want to consider taking out an 80/15 loan in order to avoid PMI. By going this route, you could potentially save a great deal of money, though your upfront costs may be a bit more.

Pretend the home you are interested in purchasing has a value of $300,000.00 and you are prepared to put down $30,000.00 as a down payment. With a standard 30 year loan with an interest rate of 5.000% and 1.000 point(s), you will have to pay $33,900.00 up front for closing and would have a monthly payment of $1,561.92. In the end, you will have paid $530,559.60 toward your home.

If you opt for an 80/15 loan, you can avoid making PMI payments altogether. Because it involves taking out two loans, however, you will have to pay a bit more in upfront costs. In this scenario, that amounts to $35,600.00.

Your monthly payments, however, will be slightly LESS at $1,469.20.

And, in the end, you will have paid only $483,338.57 – that’s a total SAVINGS of $47,221.03!

DISCLAIMER: There is NO WARRANTY, expressed or implied, for the accuracy of this information or it's applicability to your financial situation. Please consult your own financial advisor.

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