4) US taxable account - 350k (Cash), 40k (Stock) 5) US Home Mortgage - 410k remaining. 7/1 ARM. 6 more years of 2.5%. Ask: Given the above profile, would you pay off the mortgage vs. invest ? I am leaning towards the
I haven't paid off a mortgage myself, so I'm not really sure if she has to do anything else. When you pay off your mortgage, do you get the property deed However, I later found a copy in our closing docs when we bought the house, it doesn't indicate if there's a mortgage or anything. I still need to call our home insurance company to have PenFed . tdogz and 40 guests. Home Board index; All times are UTC. Powered by phpBB® Forum Software © phpBB Limited.
Hello, I recently inherited a home when my Mother passed away, and it is borderline whether the mortgage is underwater or not. However, it is questionable that I will be able to sell the house for what is owed. I am an only
Had a good friend pull the trigger with only 5% down. He's paying PMI now along with 2 new car loans that he stretched out to 72 months. Makes me sad. I made him an awesome spreadsheet based on information he gave
Fast forward to now, I'm 27 and my boyfriend and I have bought our first home together this year. I'm currently trying to plan out if we should attempt to pay off our mortgage early or to invest that extra income for retirement.
This linked article talks about lender paid mortgage insurance as a potentially cost effective way to get out from under PMI. https://homes.yahoo.com/news/this-mortg 04035.html. The article is short on details. Anybody have
I know that typically, the answer is to invest rather than pay down a mortgage, especially with a low rate (mine is currently 3.375% fixed). What if I plan on moving in 3-4 years and purchasing a more expensive home? Put the money into stocks and I might lose 30% of it. Put it into bonds and I probably earn 2%. Keep it . Texanbybirth, WorkToLive, Yahoo [Bot] and 91 guests. Home Board index; All times are UTC. Powered by phpBB® Forum Software © phpBB Limited
I'm pondering the pros and cons of buying my next home with a cash offer, with the intent of getting a mortgage later. I think a cash offer would offer me some advantages as a buyer purchase as well. I've always gotten a mortgage when buying. Anyone with experiences / insight on what it's like getting a mortgage after one owns the home? Top . Powered by phpBB® Forum Software © phpBB Limited Time: 0.520s | Queries: 20 | Peak Memory Usage: 17.24 MiB.
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