Our Home Loan Comparison Chart will help you to choose which home loan is best for you.
- If you want the security of a long-term fixed rate home loan, and you plan on remaining in the property for at least 10 years or more, consider a 30-year fixed rate loan.
- If you plan to sell your property in 10 years or less, or you think it’s likely you will refinance your loan again within 10 years, consider a 3, 5, 7 or 10-year loan rather than a 30-year term. You may save a lot of money. Many of these loans also offer the option to make interest-only payments, saving you even more. Call me for a free written comparison.
- If you want the lowest possible mortgage payments you can have, consider an adjustable rate mortgage with an Interest-only option. If you’re worried about an upwards rate adjustment, consider a negative amortization loan — this type of adjustable rate loan has payment caps as opposed to rate caps and offers more flexible payment options than a typical adjustable rate mortgage, but is not for everyone under any circumstance.
- If you want to pay your mortgage loan sooner, consider a 10, 15, or 20-year fully amortizing, fixed rate loan. Call me for a free written analysis.
- If you’re unsure which home loan would be best for you, call me for a free, no-obligation consultation. I can get to know you better and compare different loan options in writing so you can make the right choice.