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Homebuyers with a solid pre-approval letter shopping for homes can use the Texas Mortgage Calculator powered by Gustan Cho Associates to calculate the most accurate monthly mortgage payment. Not all online mortgage calculators are accurate. Actually, the majority of online mortgage calculators say it’s accurate but it is not. How can a mortgage calculator be accurate if it only gives you the principal and interest portion of the whole housing payment. There are at least four or more components of the housing payment depending on the loan program and the property type. We will show you how Gustan Cho Associates Texas Mortgage Calculator will get you the most accurate monthly housing payment that consists of PITI, PMI, MIP, and HOA.
Texas Mortgage Calculator With PITI, PMI, MIP, HOA, and DTI
Once you get your accurate monthly housing payment, we have the debt-to-income ratio mortgage calculator for you to calculate the front-end and back-end debt-to-income ratio. You no longer have to contact your loan officer to check if you went over the DTI threshold of the particular loan program you are applying. Property taxes can make or break a deal. High property taxes will kill the debt-to-income ratio cap of certain programs. You can calculate how much your monthly mortgage payment is with PMI, property tax, and insurance using the Texas Mortgage Calculator. Launched by Gustan Cho Associates, the Texas Mortgage Calculator is the best Mortgage Calculator for users who want the most accurate results for their housing payments with all the components and determine their front-end and back-end debt-to-income ratio.
PITI Payment Calculator
Home shoppers looking for a PITI payment calculator? Well, we got one for you with many more components that will get you the most accurate monthly mortgage payment than any other online mortgage calculator. Nothing comes close to Gustan Cho Associates Texas Mortgage Calculator. When shopping for homes in Texas, there is a lot of variables that can affect your mortgage approval, especially for borrowers with a higher debt-to-income ratio.
DTI Mortgage Guidelines on Conventional, FHA, VA, Jumbo, and Non-QM Loans
For example, if a homebuyer is set on a conventional loan, the maximum debt-to-income ratio on conforming loans is 45% to 50% DTI. If you go over that number, you may need to switch to FHA loan which allow up to a 56.9% DTI. However, you may not want FHA due to the hefty upfront mortgage insurance premium and the annual 0.85% annual lifetime FHA mortgage insurance premium. This can easily be happy if you pick a house with higher property taxes. With the PITI payment calculator, comes the PMI, MIP, and HOA components where you get the most accurate monthly payment of your mortgage. To make things more convenient for users of the Texas Mortgage Calculator, we have the debt-to-income ratio mortgage calculator to help you compute your front-end and back-end debt-to-income ratio in a matter of seconds.
Mortgage Calculator With Taxes and Insurance
Gustan Cho Associates’s Texas mortgage calculator with taxes and insurance also comes with private mortgage insurance, mortgage insurance premium and homeowners association dues. With all the components required for the total most accurate monthly mortgage payment of your new home mortgage, the Texas Mortgage Calculator powered by Gustan Cho Associates ranks as the most powerful and most accurate online mortgage calculator. The Texas mortgage calculator with PMI, MIP, and HOA comes with the debt-to-income ratio mortgage calculator which you can get your front-end and back-end DTI in literally two seconds. We will show you how simple it is and how user friendly it is.
How To Use The Texas Mortgage Calculator
First choose the loan program you want to apply for. Conventional loans, FHA mortgages, VA home loans, Jumbo loans, or non-QM loans. The selection is on the very top of the mortgage calculator. All you need to do is select the box. The purpose for checking off the loan program is because it populates the private mortgage insurance on conventional loans.
Private Mortgage Insurance on Conventional Loans
The PMI on conventional loans is a rough average and not fully accurate. If you want a fully accurate PMI number, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can price out the loan for you. To get the exact PMI factor, we need your credit scores, loan to value, debt-to-income ratio, and other layered risk factors required by the private mortgage insurance company. PMI on conventional loans is not a fixed factor-like FHA loan. Private mortgage insurance premiums on conventional loans is different for borrowers and are priced accordingly by the private mortgage insurance companies.
Upfront and Annual FHA Mortgage Insurance Premiums
If you check off the FHA loan box, the 1.75% upfront FHA mortgage insurance premium is added to the back of the loan balance. All borrowers need to pay a one-time FHA mortgage insurance premium. The FHA MIP is the same factor no matter what the borrowers’ credit scores are. The FHA annual MIP of 0.85% is a fixed rate on all 30-year fixed-rate mortgages for homebuyers who are putting a 3.5% down payment mortgage on all 30-year fixed-rate mortgages.
Mortgage Options on FHA Loans
The FHA annual mortgage insurance premium gets reduced if the borrower pays a larger down payment and/or changes the amortization to a 15-year fixed-rate mortgage. By checking the FHA loan box, the upfront and annual FHA MIP is included part of the monthly payment. The mortgage calculator recognizes the loan size, loan term, and down payment so whatever data you input, the correct factor and number is factored in. The mortgage calculator will have different FHA MIP factors for 15-year and 30-year fixed-rate mortgages. The down payment and loan size has FHA MIP factors as well which is already factored in the Texas mortgage calculator.
VA Funding Fee on VA Loans
There is three selections on VA loans when you select the box. Exemption, first-time users, and second-time users. The VA funding fee is already populated into the mortgage calculator. The VA funding fee will be factored in the Texas mortgage calculator when you check off the appropriate selection.
Jumbo and Non-QM Loans
Jumbo and non-QM loans are portfolio loans. Portfolio loans do not have private mortgage insurance requirements and normally high loan limits. There is no other factor for special data. Therefore, the mortgage calculator is simple and straightforward for Jumbo loans and non-QM loans.
How To Enter Data Into Gustan Cho Associates Mortgage Calculator
Using the mortgage calculator is straightforward and self-explanatory. Enter the purchase price followed by the down payment and interest rate. If you do not know what your mortgage interest rate is, contact your loan officer or if you do not yet have a loan officer, contact us at Gustan Cho Associates at email@example.com and one of our veteran experienced loan officers will price out your loan based on your credit profile. The next step is to Check the amortization term of 15 or 30 years. There are other selections as well which you can manually enter. You will get the principal and interest portion of your mortgage payment. The next step is enter your property taxes and homeowners insurance. Also, enter the homeowners association dues if it applies to you. You now will get the PITI, PMI, MIP, and HOA. This is done in a matter of seconds.
How To Calculate The Debt-To-Income Ratio Using The DTI Texas Mortgage Calculator
Once you get your monthly mortgage payment, that will populate to the DTI mortgage calculator. In two simple steps you will get your front-end and back-end debt-to-income ratio. Enter the sum of all of your monthly debt payments. Enter the total in the box that states Minimum Monthly Debt Payments. Make sure just to include the traditional credit tradelines as well as the child support, alimony, and other installment payments. Don’t include non-traditional credit tradelines like water bills, electric, gas, scavenger, cell phone, cable, internet, insurance, and other non-traditional credit.
Compute Front and Back-End DTI In Two Simple Steps
Enter the total minimum monthly payment in the box as stated above. Then next and final step is to enter your monthly or yearly gross wages on the box marked Monthly or Yearly Salary. Once you enter the number, you have now computed the front-end and back-end debt-to-income ratio. Now, how easy was that. Below, you will see the debt-to-income ratio guidelines on the loan program you checked when you started to use the Texas Mortgage Calculator powered by Gustan Cho Associates