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Saturday, August 17, 2013

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Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Mortgage Insurance: Why You Have to Pay and When You Can Stop | Money Talks News

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Two types of mortgage insurance


Mortgage insurance is generally either purchased from the Federal Housing Administration or bought privately. For buyers with FHA loans, the U.S. government collects the premium and guarantees the loan. For conventional loans, private mortgage insurance, or PMI, is underwritten by a private company.


Two types of mortgage insurance

Mortgage insurance is generally either purchased from the Federal Housing Administration or bought privately. For buyers with FHA loans, the U.S. government collects the premium and guarantees the loan. For conventional loans, private mortgage insurance, or PMI, is underwritten by a private company.

When it’s required

For a conventional home loan, buyers can ask the lender to drop PMI whenever their loan-to-value (or LTV) ratio reaches 80 percent and the equity equals 20 percent.
To illustrate, if you buy a home that costs $100,000 and put down $20,000, you’ve got an 80 percent loan-to-value and 20 percent equity: no PMI required. Put down just $10,000, however, and you’ve got a 90 percent loan-to-value and only 10 percent equity: PMI required.
Paying down the mortgage until it reaches $80,000 will give you 20 percent equity, but appreciation could also do the trick. If our sample house becomes worth $120,000, for example, even if the mortgage is still $90,000, it would have a loan-to-value ratio of 75 percent ($90,000 divided by $120,000 = 75 percent) and equity of 25 percent. PMI can now be canceled.
There’s also a situation where the lender must automatically cancel the policy, with no action by you. Says mortgage insurer MGIC, it’s:
  • On the date the mortgage loan balance is first scheduled to reach 78 percent of original value, based solely on the initial amortization schedule, regardless of the outstanding loan balance AND
  • The borrowers are current on the payments required by the terms of the mortgage.

Buy a house with an FHA loan after June 1, 2013? You’re stuck.

For FHA loans with a case number assigned after June 1 of this year, mortgage insurance is required for the life of the loan, regardless of LTV ratios. This means FHA borrowers who don’t put down 20 percent are effectively paying a “low down payment tax.”
The only way out of PMI in those cases is to refinance the house with more than 20 percent equity.

How much does it cost? 

Private mortgage insurance rates can vary based upon the down payment and the buyer’s creditworthiness. Premiums usually range from 0.03 percent to 1.5 percent of the original loan amount each and every year, Bankrate says. PMI premiums are baked into monthly mortgage payments. The premiums for FHA-insured loans are set by the federal government.
For buyers who’ve struggled to save a down payment in the first place, monthly mortgage insurance premiums can often stress budgets that are already stretched a bit thin, so it helps to have a clear idea of costs. For an easy-to-use mortgage calculator that includes PMI premiums, check out this estimator by CNNMoney.
Using the example above, if we put $10,000 down on a $100,000 house, CNNMoney’s calculator says our PMI would be $80 per month.

You might be able to deduct it

PMI premiums are tax-deductible in these situations through 2013, says houselogic:
  • You got your loan in 2007 or later.
  • Your mortgage is for your primary residence or a second home that’s not a rental property.
  • Your adjusted gross income is no more than $109,000. The deduction begins to phase out once your adjusted gross income (AGI) exceeds $100,000 ($50,000 for married filing separately) and disappears entirely at an AGI of more than $109,000 ($54,500 for married filing separately).

How to avoid PMI

It’s simple: Put up at least 20 percent of the purchases price of your home.
Another route is to get what’s called a piggyback loan in addition to your first mortgage, so that your down payment and the second loan add up to 20 percent of the purchase price. However, Investopedia warns:
Of course, there is a catch. Very often the terms of the piggyback loan are risky. Many are adjustable-rate loans, may contain balloon provisions, and are due in 15 or 20 years (as opposed to more conventional loans which are due in 30 years).
Getting a piggyback loan also typically requires excellent credit.

Sunsetting your PMI

Discontinuing PMI can get sticky. Federal law requires non-FHA lenders to automatically cancel PMI premiums when a borrower’s balance reaches 78 percent LTV as determined by the loan’s amortization schedule. But you can also ask your lender to drop PMI when you’ve reached the 80 percent LTV mark. As mentioned above, this can happen with a combination of events:
  • You make extra payments on the principal.
  • Your house goes up in value, either because of market trends or improvements you’ve made. “Consider getting an appraisal of your property if either of these causes your home’s loan-to-value ratio to drop significantly (remember, in this case, a decrease is a good thing),” Realtor.com says.

PMI pros and cons

The advantage of PMI is straightforward: Buyers are able to seize a homebuying opportunity they may have otherwise missed by waiting until they’d saved a 20 percent down payment.
The cons? In addition to the extra cost, where payments aren’t automatically canceled, failing to act means premiums could roll on month after month, year after year, and end up wasting thousands.
And canceling PMI before the mortgage amortization reaches 78 percent means jumping through hoops. For example, if your equity increases through a rising market or improvements to your home, you’ll have to prove it by paying for an appraisal, then filling out any forms required by your lender. Many don’t make the process easy.

The bottom line

If you’re planning to purchase with less than 20 percent down, understand how PMI works, what you’ll pay, and the requirements to make it stop. Explore piggyback loans, and compare the added interest you’ll pay on a second loan with the cost of PMI.
And don’t feel too bad about paying for a policy you don’t get to shop and get no protection from. Because it reduces lender risk, mortgage insurance is the only way many dreamers become owners.
Karen Datko and Stacy Johnson contributed to this post.

Read more at http://www.moneytalksnews.com/2013/08/13/mortgage-insurance-why-you-have-to-pay-and-when-you-can-stop/#1X2i31czsv8MCWhY.99 

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