I have some saved cash that can reduce our jumbo-mortgage (current loan rate of 4.5% ARM) to a conforming loan. The home price is already under-water ~17% compared to the purchase price. The question we are contemplating is either to reduce the mortgage or invest in the bond/stock market? SirOvlop, SteveM, surfstar, tyrion, Will do good, wrongfunds and 70 guests. Home Board index; All times are UTC. Powered by phpBB® Forum Software © phpBB Limited.
For those who argue for keeping the mortgage, how many of you have taken out all of your equity via home equity loans to put it in the market? (I'm betting the answer is not many). This ignores the middle ground. Some prefer
Since house price would be around 2X of annual gross income, is it necessary to put 20% down to get better mortgage rate? The preference would be to put lowest down payment possible, just enough to get good mortgage
Good morning. I can't seem to get a straight answer from my accountant. I was hoping for some help and insight here. Basics: 1) We live in New Jersey. Our marginal tax rates are 39.6% federal and 8.9% state. However, we
I know this is an endless question on the board, but please consider my particulars. I live in a relatively HCOL area for real estate. Most of my savings over the past 10 years have gone into home equity. With advice from this
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Taking out a mortgage from same bank you have CD at. Postby surfer1 » Sun Feb 23, 2014 11:10 pm. If you have a 100k CD at a bank at 3%, are there any concerns with taking out a 100k mortgage from the same bank at 4% 30-year fixed? Would you just skip the mortgage and break the CD to pay for the house? Top . Home Board index; All times are UTC. Powered by phpBB® Forum Software © phpBB Limited Time: 0.330s | Queries: 20 | Peak Memory Usage: 17.25 MiB.
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