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I know there’s mortgage calculators but they do not include property taxes or homeowner’s insurance. I want as realistic as possible. Also, could we afford this house comfortably on a $ 75,000 annual salary pre-tax?

4 Thoughts on What would my monthly mortgage payment be on a $250,000 house with a 20% down payment in North Carolina?
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    December 4, 2011 at 9:00 pm

    Use the mortgage calculators
    You can figure out what the taxes and insurance are and add them up and divide by 12 and add to payments. . . .taxes vary, pick taxes on this mythical house, and cost of insurance

    NOPE, you cannot comfortably afford this home on $ 75K income. . . .with 20% down, and great credit and no debt, you might find a lender, but not easy. . . .MOST want your home to be 2-2.5 times annual income, definitely NOT more than 3

    MOST common mistake of first time home buyers is overextending themselves: buying more home than they need or can comfortably afford.

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    Punkin P
    December 4, 2011 at 9:18 pm

    Your personal payment will depend on your credit score. You should speak with a loan officer. I can tell you that $ 250,000 is far beyond your means with a 75k per year income. You don’t want to be house poor. One way to save money is to build your home yourself, meaning hire your own contractors. You can save a ton of money. If you think about it, that’s all builders do. They hire different contractors and charge us a huge builder fee. Another option is you may be able to find a good deal on a foreclusure.

    Don’t borrow the maxium amount that the loan officer say you can borrow. Plus anytime taxes go up, your house payment will go up. My house payment has gone up $ 30 dollars over the past 6 years. Also include hoa fees, security system fees ect.

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    December 4, 2011 at 9:28 pm

    Hypothetical: Numbers are estimated only.

    $ 250,000 purchase price
    $ 50,000 Down Payment
    $ 200,000 Loan amount @ 4.25% For conventional loan = $ 983.88
    Taxes on $ 250,000 Home = $ 3125 / 12 months = $ 260.42
    Homeowners insurance = $ 800 per year / 12 = 66.67 / mo
    Payment = $ 1310.97 PITI / Income = $ 6250

    DTI = 21%

    Conclusion. If you have no other debt you could easily afford this. The first poster has no idea what they are talking about. A 21% back end debt ratio is extremely low and you are right in the price range you should be in. Consult an actual, licensed mortgage professional for assistance.

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    the kid
    December 4, 2011 at 10:13 pm

    About $ 1400

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