Let's see some 20/20 pay down examples!
20% monthly payment increase
Let's say you have the following mortgage:
- Mortgage: $200,000
- Rate: 4.69%
- 25 year amortization
- Monthly payment= $1,128.17
You can increase your monthly payments by 20%.
$1,128.17 x 20%= $225.63
This means your maximum monthly payment could be $1,353.80. ($1,128.17 + $225.63).
If you pay $1,353.80/month, your mortgage length changes from 25 years to 18.3 years!
20% original principal pay down
Let's keep the same mortgage details.
You can put up to $40,000 extra on your mortgage per year ($200,000 x 20% = $40,000) over the course of your mortgage without penalty. This would also change your mortgage length from 25 years to 17.17 years!
See our mortgage prepayment calculator to enter your own pay down scenarios.
If you'd like to take advantage of our 20/20 option, contact us today!