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Own A House Now Through Mortgage
article (2020)
  • Carter Sanders
Article
Abstract
Renting a house or an apartment is a waste of money at some degree. Yes, you have a place to live in but the ownership is not yours. You are practically paying for a property that has only been lent to you and will never be yours. Why not assess your capability to own a home by using a Mortgage Calculator to see how you would fare if you apply for a housing loan?
 
Waiting to have enough money to purchase or build a home without borrowing from anyone would take you years to realize this dream, especially if you rely entirely on your job's monthly salary. Why wait for decades when you can apply for a mortgage loan and move in to your own home the soonest? Below are the things you need to do in order to pool in your money to a property that will be yours:

·         Assess your financial capacity. Check out if your income can really afford to pay for a housing loan, not only at this time but also in the years to come.

·         Fortify your financial capacity. While big salary or income is ideal, it is not mandatory. What matters most is that the flow of income is stable, and that the combined household earnings can cover the needs and mortgage.

·         Be realistic with the choice of property and the mortgage cost. Do not go beyond your means. Use a Mortgage Calculator to determine the maximum amount that you can afford. Pick a house that will meet your family's needs, and that you can truly pay for without compromising anything.

·         Make your decision count. See to it that the decision to stay in this location is permanent, or long term at the very least. A house is something that you cannot easily return and ask for a refund.
 
While the Mortgage Calculator can give you a heads up on how much you will be paying monthly, the final figure will be determined when you and the bank can arrive at a mutual agreement. You need to be wise in choosing the loan that you will be taking:

1. Choose a reliable financial institution. Make sure it has a good relationship with their clients.
2. Scrutinize the quotation. Go for a bank that is fair and transparent with the fees they are charging to you.
3. Check out the terms of the contract and make sure it is a win-win transaction.
 
Try to shorten the number of years you have to return the loan. With the aid of an accurate Mortgage Calculator, you can check it out if you have to capacity to reduce the term to twenty-five years or even lower.
 
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Publication Date
Summer February 19, 2020
Citation Information
Carter Sanders. "Own A House Now Through Mortgage" article (2020)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/carter-sanders/4/