MCCA’s mortgage calculator helps determine your total monthly mortgage payment, inclusive of principal, profit, taxes, and insurance. The payment amount is based on the value of the home, with the calculator setting default values for property taxes, home insurance, mortgage insurance (LMI), and other details. You are able to adjust these details to reflect your situation and get a more accurate monthly payment estimate. The monthly payment calculator also provides a mortgage amortization schedule that shows the money you will pay toward your principal and profit over the course of the home finance.
This is the amount of money you will put towards a down payment on the house. Make sure you still have cash left over after the down payment to cover unexpected repairs or financial emergencies.
This is the profit rate for the finance you will receive. It is pre-filled with the a 30-yr fixed average rate.
This is an annual tax that governments place on individuals' income. It includes federal tax, most states and some local entities. The national average is around 30% but can vary based on income, location, etc.
The mortgage payment calculator includes estimated property taxes. The value represents an annual tax on homeowners' property and the tax amount is based on the home's value.
Commonly known as hazard insurance, most lenders require insurance to provide damage protection for your home and personal property from a variety of events, including fire, lightning, burglary, vandalism, storms, explosions, and more. All homeowner's insurance policies contain personal liability coverage, which protects against lawsuits involving injuries that occur on and off your property.
Mortgage insurance (LMI)
Mortgage insurance is required primarily for clients with a down payment of less than 20% of the home's purchase price. It protects the Funder against some or most of the losses that can occur when a client defaults on a mortgage finance. Also known as PMI (Private Mortgage Insurance).
This is the length of time you choose to pay off your finance (e.g., 30 years, 20 years, 15 years, etc.)