Choosing to bank with Wasatch Peaks Credit Union automatically means great savings on your next mortgage loan, but just how much will you actually be spending?
The particulars of a mortgage loan can be complicated. With Wasatch Peaks Credit Union, it doesn’t need to be. Use the mortgage loan calculator below to establish general guidelines about how much you may be spending per month, what your APR rate could look like, and how varying terms can affect your score.
Simply fill the fields below with all relevant information to get started.
The following is a list of terms you will see on the Wasatch Peaks Credit Union mortgage loan calculator. These definitions should clarify any questions you may have.
The price of your home includes the total amount of money your projected home will cost. You may put in a round estimate if you wish, or a figure that includes taxes, titles, and associated fees.
The down payment placed on your home is the amount of money you agree to pay without the help of a lender. For many borrowers, this figure is a minimum of 20% of the cost of the home. However, you may choose to put down a higher or lower amount of money.
The interest rate of your mortgage loan will be determined by several financial factors, including your credit score, debt repayment history, and more. The number is greatly affected by the Prime Rate, which is federally managed and fluctuates over time.
Mortgage loans come in a variety of terms, usually between 15 and 30 years. Smaller term lengths lead to higher payments with less interest, while longer terms do the opposite.
Your estimated monthly payment will be generated using the information provided in the other four categories. Keep in mind that this is a rough figure and not a final estimate.
Your interest rates may be affected by certain factors under your control. Some of the most important are discussed below.
Prime credit scores are looked upon more favorably during a mortgage loan approval process. This is generally due to associated financial responsibility over time. However, it is important to note that having a subprime credit score will not necessarily keep you from applying for a home mortgage loan.
Long term employment is often a plus when looking to finance a home. Some careers, especially those in Government or the United States Armed Forces, have access to benefits that may affect their monthly payments. Please talk to a credit union representative for additional information.
Many lending institutions prefer to see a monthly income that reflects financial capability in the purchase of a home. Several programs exist to help those who are buying a home for the first time, or who have tighter mortgage loan budgets.