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Loan Information

Canada Mortgage Rate
(compound semi-annual)
US Mortgage Rate
(compound monthly)

Loan Amount ($)

Annual interest rate (1-30%)

Mortgage Amortization (years)

Mortgage Term (years)
Based on the assumptions you have input:

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Your estimated monthly payments are $0, including Private Mortgage Insurance and you will pay $0 in interest over the life of the loan.

(Notice: the payments are rounded to the nearest dollar amount)

Year Beginning Balance Payment Principal Interest Cumulative Principal Cumulative Interest Ending Balance
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Step 1 - Income

Combined monthly household income
$

Target House Value
$
Step 2 - Debt Obligations

Monthly auto payments
$

Monthly credit card payments
$

Current utilities expenses
$

Any Other Expenses
Step 3 - New Loan Assumptions

Canada Mortgage Rate
(compound semi-annual)

US Mortgage Rate
(compound monthly)

Annual interest rate on new mortgage
1-30%

Term of new mortgage:(years)

Funds available for a down payment
$
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GDS (Gross Debt Service Ratio):
Monthly gross income $0
Gross Debt Service Ratio 0%
Calculated payment for GDS $0

TDS (Total Debt Service Ratio):
Debts and obligations $0
Percent of gross income 0%
Maximum percentage available for mortgage payment 0%
Calculated payment for TDS $0

Payment Calculation
Maximum allowed payment $0
Calculated mortgage amount $0
Down payment $0

Home value you can afford $0
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Legal Fees

Legal Disbursements

Lawyer's Fee

Land Transfer Tax*

*Not applicable in all provinces and territories.

Total Closing Cost:
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Appraisal Fee

Home Inspection

Mortgage Broker's Fee

Prepaid Property Taxes

Total Closing Cost:
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Utility Bill Adjustments

Property Insurance

Survey or Certificate of Location Cost

Title Insurance

Misc Fees

Total Closing Cost:
Legal fees such as mortgage registration, title transfer, tax certificates, land titles searches.
This includes disbursements such as couriers, photocopying, and faxing.
Fees charged by the lawyer who prepares and reviews the purchase documents.
Provinicial or municiple tax payed when purchasing the home. It is also commonly called Land Registration Fee, Deed Registration Fee, Tariff or Property Purchase Fee. It is between 0.5% and 2.0% of the purchase price, depending on your province.
Charged by a licensed appraiser. Many mortgage lenders require that the home be appraised at the buyer's expense. This usually costs between $250 and $500.
Charge to have the home inspected by a professional. A home inspection report usually costs between $250 and $500.
A fee charged by the mortgage lender for preparing and evaluating the loan. Sometimes called the Loan Origination Fee. Usually less than 1% of the loan amount.
Property taxes prepaid by the seller that you will have to reimburse.
Utility costs prepaid by the seller that you will have to reimburse.
Required by the mortgage lender to cover the loss of the house and its contents. Generally between $250 and $650
Payment for an up-to-date survey or certificate of the land, should the seller not have one available. It is used to determine if trees, plants and fences are on the property. Typically costs between $350 and $2000
Insurance protecting the ownership rights to the property. Sometimes purchased in lieu of a land survey. Typically around $200.
Miscellaneous Fees
Mortgage Information

Length of Mortgage (years):

Interest Rate (%):

Down Payment:

Estimated Closing Costs:
House Information

Listed Price:

Negotiated Price:

Annual Appreciation:

Annual Property Tax:

Annual Maintenance Costs:

Annual Insurance:
Renting Information

Monthly Rent :

Annual Rate of Increase (%):

Damage Deposit:
Other Information

Annual Return on Investment (%):

Selling Cost (%):

Years Before Selling:
Results

Buying Results

Your Monthly Loan Payments Will Be:
Gained Equity From Appreciation:
Closing Costs:
Selling Expense:
Total Propery Tax:
Total Maintenance:
Homeowner's Insurance:

Net Gain:

Renting Results

Your Expected Rent Payment:
Your Total Cost of Buying:
Your Total Cost of Renting:
Savings:
Savings With Interest:

Net Gain:

Net Gain from Buying Net Gain from Renting
The length of your mortgage.
The Canadian nominal interest rate for your mortgage
Your down payment on the property
The total estimated closing costs NOT including your down payment
The listed price of the property
The final purchase price of the property
The expected annual increase in the value of the property expressed as a percentage
The total property tax payed on the property annually
The total cost of maintaining the property (not including Tax or Insurance) for the period of one year
The cost to insure the property to the period of one year
Your monthly rent payment
The expected yearly rate of increase for your rent as a percentage
Your initial damage deposit
The expected rate of return on savings invested during the time period
The estimated cost to sell the propery expressed as a percentage of home value
How long will you keep the property
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