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6.307% PAR rate
If Seller Concessions or Buyer covers the origination & $1,055 underwriting
NOTE: This rate does not have "points" added to lower the interest rate
In this example the buyer is purchasing a primary single family residence (SFR) for $489,150 and putting 3.5% down payment ($17,120) with a 30 year fixed rate up to the 2023 national FHA loan limit of $472,030 with a 780 Fico Score. Many USA Counties alow for higher loan amounts than the national FHA limit.
All FHA Loans have 2 different Mortgage Insurance Premiums:
1. UFMIP (Up Front Mortgage Insurance Premium) of 1.75% of the loan amount.
($8,260.52 in this example)
2. MIP (Monthly Mortgage Insurance Premium)
($215.03 each month if buyer has a 780 FICO score in this example)
Note: On FHA loans, the MIP never goes away... even if the home's value is 20% more than the loan amount.
On Conforming Loans (Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac) Mortgage Insurance, a.k.a. MI, will go away over time.
FHA Single Family Purchase Details:
- FHA Purchase Loan fixed for 30 years (Loan amount increased to include the UFMIP)
- Single Family Residence (Not a condo)
- $489,150 Purchase Price
- $17,120.25 Down Payment
- $472,030 Initial Loan Amount (2023 National FHA Loan Limit)
- $8,260.52 UFMIP (Up Front Mortgage Insurance Premium of 1.75% of Loan Amount)
- $480,290.52 Loan Amount with UFMIP Included
- $215.03 MI (Monthly Mortgage Insurance)
- $9,460.08 Seller Concession (Amount needed to cover the UWM origination & $1,055 UWM underwriting)
Closing costs can be reduced by choosing a higher interest rate that covers closing costs with lender credits (rolling costs into the mortgage rate).
A seller can also choose to help cover closing costs by offering up to a 6% seller.
Our user-friendly calculator puts you in charge of estimating your mortgage payment.