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30 Year Fixed Conventional Rate Florida

30 Year Fixed Conventional Rate Florida

30 year fixed conventional rate Florida hit a new low. The Federal Reserve unveiled its third round of stimulus in September 2012. The massive bond-buying initiative, called quantitative easing III aims to prop up the economy through a few key channels namely the housing market and the stock market.

Fixed-rate mortgages are the most common mortgage because they're stable. Typically the monthly mortgage payment remains the same for the entire term of the loan – whether it's a 15 year, 20 year or 30 year mortgage, allowing for predictability in your monthly housing costs.

What are the benefits of a fixed-rate mortgage?

  • Inflation protection.
    If interest rates increase, your mortgage and your mortgage payment won't be affected. This is especially helpful if you plan to own your home for 5 or more years.
  • Long-term planning.
    You know what your monthly mortgage expense will be for the entire term of your mortgage. This can help you plan for other expenses and long-term goals.
  • Low risk.
    You always know what your mortgage payment will be, regardless of the current interest rate. This is why fixed-rate mortgages are so popular with first-time buyers.

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There are additional considerations to be aware of with fixed-rate mortgages:

  • Your mortgage interest rate won't go down, even if interest rates drop, unless you refinance your mortgage.
  • Because the interest rate may be higher than other types of loans such as adjustable-rate mortgages, you may not be able to qualify for as large a loan with a fixed-rate mortgage.
  • While your actual mortgage payment will not change, your total monthly payment can occasionally increase based on changes to your taxes and insurance. In many cases you can choose to pay these costs as part of your monthly payment through an escrow account that your lender keeps for you.

What documentation will I need?

• Personal tax returns for the past 2 years
• Current pay stubs for the past month
• Bank statements for last 2 months (all pages)
• Latest retirement statement for each active account (all pages)
• Sales contract (purchase)
• Clear copy of Driver’s License (front and back)
• Clear copy of SS card (front and back)
• Addresses and loan information of other real estate owned (if any)

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