it would be $5.00 per week
A down payment will reduce the principal borrowed which lowers your monthly payments. A large down payment may also help lower your interest rate and may help you avoid paying PMI. If, for example you were buying a $200,000, at 5% for 30 years, the payment would be $1073.64 per month. If you put 10% down, or $20,000, your monthly payment would be $966.28 and you would save about $20,000 in interest.
Interest for first month will be 1560 x 0.4 = 624;
Yes, the Grand Canyon as we know it today would look very much like the Grand Canyon of 17 million years ago.
What is the total amount of money owed if $1,250 was borrowed for four years at 3.5% interest?
That would depend on the original principal (the amount you borrowed) and how they compute interest.
It depends on how often it is compounded. I'll figure monthly for you. If you invested 15000 for 6 years, at the end of 6 years it would be worth $20235.27
how much would a 82000 mortgage be over 20 yeras
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