How to Save upto $100,000 on Your Mortgage Payments Ebook
Title: How to Save upto $100,000 on Your Mortgage Payments
Author: Don Lapre
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In our country's economic system of free enterprise it is the right of each and every individual to enjoy life and liberty to the fullest as long as in the process they do not impose on those very same inalienable rights of other individuals. To enjoy our freedoms is a privilege we all share and cherish. Perhaps one of the greatest of these numerous privileges is the right to control and manage our finances for personal gain and profit.
Perhaps the greatest personal investment any individual could make is the purchase of a single-family residence. The ownership of a residence is a dream shared by many and once realized appreciated and cherished as a prized possession. Since the beginning of time humans have taken pride in where they dwelled and created environments within these spaces that they call "home."
The "home" is the investment that benefits its owner(s) with not only a place to live and sleep, but with many financial rewards ranging from appreciation and equity to tax savings and profit. We continually improve our dwellings under the "pride of ownership" such that we have created entire industries that exist under the banner of "home improvement." The industries flourish as we continually improve our homes for our own aesthetic pleasure and hope that it will aid in its appreciation.
Real estate is unique in that unlike other tangibles that we may purchase throughout our life, historically and on the average it appreciates over time above the price that we originally paid for it. Its value is simply upheld by the fact that "They are not making any more land." It is considered indispensable and unreplacable. Hence the term real property, and its distinguishment from personal property, i.e. automobiles.
Understand that it is the raw earth and land that your home sits on that is actually appreciating. Your home, that structure that resides on it, begins decaying the day the final nail is driven and the final coat of paint dries.
Most of us do not have enough "cash" to purchase a home outright like we do a bill of groceries in the store. Like many other major purchases that we may make throughout our lives, we seek financing sources to make our purchase possible. We are the buyer and we are seeking to purchase from a seller. The seller has a price that he is asking and we have a price that we will pay. Many times the price that we will pay is different from the price that the seller is asking. We base the price that we are willing to pay on a variety of different factors and their combinations, respectively.
Once we have agreed on our price with the seller of the home we wish to purchase, a deal or contract for purchase has been agreed on. It is now up to us to pay the seller for the home that we wish to purchase. This is when we "borrow" money from a lender in the form of a residential loan or mortgage. The lender that specializes in these types of loans is most often referred to as a mortgage company or the mortgage division of a bank, credit union or finance company.
When mortgage lending sources loan money for individuals to purchase real property they want a guarantee that the individual will pay the money back, and to make a profit on the money it lends. Generally, the property that the borrower is purchasing serves as collateral, or property that the lender could repossess or take back if the borrower does not make good on the loan. The lender charges interest on the amount borrowed, over what they lent the borrower. This is the lender's profit and only reason for lending money.
Interest charged on any amount, whether it be lent on real or personal property, can be calculated using a variety of methods. Perhaps the method we are most familiar with is simple interest like we receive on our savings and checking accounts. When we deposit money in a bank we are in essence lending the bank money, and since they profit from investing our safekeepings, pay us interest.
All banks borrow money. This is where they get the money to lend us when we need a loan. The strategy for any lending institution is to pay the lowest interest possible when borrowing, and charge the highest interest possible when lending. Borrow low and lend high!
As with any business banks have a variety of different products and services available. They actually refer to their many types of loans as products. When we need to obtain financing for purchase of a home the most common type we seek is a 30-year fixed mortgage. The repayment schedule for a thirty year mortgage is attractive and the payments are as low or lower than rent in many cases. Unfortunately for our pocketbooks, 30-year fixed mortgages are the loans that banks make the most from!
Alternatively, 15-year mortgages can be obtained by borrowers that allow up to a 50% savings in mortgage interest paid on a 30-year mortgage. The problem is that the monthly payments price most owners right out of the reach of their "dream home" and would force them to settle for "much less" house than they could finance at 30 years.
The general rule in real estate is the longer the term the more the cost; the shorter the term the less the cost. This guide will explore ways that could allow you to enjoy the best of both worlds. Imagine retaining the same exact monthly payment that you have now while saving up to 50% interest on your remaining 30-year mortgage payments. Even better and to top it off, what if while you were saving all that interest your principal was eroding up to three times faster and your equity was accelerating by up to 300?
See on. This guide will leave you nothing short of amazed!!! Contents
- About the Author
- A Short History On How Mortgages Work
- How Much Could You Save
- Learning The Difference Between A Biweekly Mortgage And Paying A Mortgage Biweekly
- Setting Up Your Own Biweekly Payment Plan vs. A
- Biweekly Service Bureau
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