Shortening the Life Span of your Mortgage!

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How to pay off your 30 year mortgage in 15 years.

Paying off your mortgage in half the time is easier than you think. Actually, it’s really quite simple, although this advice is rarely ever given to the public. Every one of my clients who closes on a home with me on a 30 year mortgage loan receives this guidance from me and today I want to share it with you.

Early Mortgage Pay OffSurely the main reason that most home buyers select a 30 year loan over a 15 year term is not because they prefer to pay the mortgage twice as long. They make this choice because of its affordability since a 30 year loan has a much lower monthly payment than a 15 year one. The other reason to choose a 30 year over a 15 year is more flexibility. If you’re committed to a 15 year term with your home loan lender when some unforeseen event occurs where all of a sudden your income drops will mostly likely be stuck making the higher payments. This also means you will be unable to refinance into a 30 year which would lower your payments. However, If you were committed to a 30 year mortgage and make additional principle payments on your own, you can immediately halt the additional principle you’ve been sending to conserve cash.

Let’s take a look at the two different options using a $200,000 mortgage loan as the example. For simplicity sake I’ll leave out real estate taxes and insurance and instead just focus on the principle and interest associated with the two different loans. I’ll also use a typical interest rate in today’s market (summer 2014) for an owner occupant home loan.

Mortgage Pay Off Calculator SWFLA $200,000 loan with a 30 year payback at 4.125% would be $969 per month

A $200,000 loan with a 15 year payback at 3.375% would be $1,418 per month

The simple formula is just this. Every month when you review your mortgage loan statement from your lender, find the amount of the payment that is slated to go towards your principle. Hint: it’s usually the smallest amount of all!

The first monthly payment on your $200,000, 30 year loan at 4.125% will be $969 plus or minus a few cents, and not including taxes and insurance. Of that $969, only $282 will go towards your principle balance. Now while your payment will remain the same for the life of the loan, the amount that goes towards principle and interest will change as your principle balance is reduced.

Add $282 to your payment. You’ve just made 2 months of payments. Do this same thing every month, and your 30 year or 360 month mortgage just became 15 years, or 180 months.

Cutting home loanFurther examples:

Next payment the very following month –

Now because you made 2 principle payments, one that was required, and one that was your extra, your new principle balance is now $199,436. Your required payment is still $969 but the amount that will now go towards the principle is $283. Only $1.00 more, but at this pace you’ll pay off your 30 year mortgage in 15 years.

Yes, of course as time goes on the additional principle does become more of a burden. Although it will get better down the road. And at that point you’ll have made quite a dent in not only your principle balance, but in the years required to be mortgage free.

Final example:

5 years or 60 payments made, each including an extra month of principle. Your principle balance will be approximately $160,000 as opposed to $180,000 had you not been making the extra payments. When your principle balance is around $160,000, the required payment is still $969, though $415 +/- is what is going towards principle now. If you’re still committed to a 15 year payoff, your extra principle payment is more than it was in the beginning, but remember; all these principle payments are equity in your home.

Even if you are not able to continue to increase the amount of your extra payment, you’ve dramatically reduced your balance and, your loan will pay off years ahead of schedule saving you thousands of dollars in interest.

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Home Prices on the Rise

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Demand for gulf-access Cape Coral homes driving up prices

wink-logoCAPE CORAL, Fla. – The price of paradise is skyrocketing. Only WINK News is learning that waterfront property in Cape Coral is on the rise.

A local realtor tells WINK News over the course of one year from January to January he saw a roughly 24 percent price increase.

That price jump is not lost on David Payne. He lives in upstate New York but spends the winters at his home in Cape Coral. “We bought in 2009, decided we’d like a little bigger home than what we have,” Payne said.

He’s been looking for that bigger dream home on the water for a couple of years. And after watching the market he’s thinking “… maybe hurry the process up before they keep going?” he laughed. “Seems to be they are definitely on the increase.”

Realtor Marc Joseph tells WINK News the demand for gulf access homes is increasing which means the prices are, as well.

He says it’s a good sign of a recovering economy. He believes the prices are only going to go up from here. “The market inventory has gotten very tight. And as we tighten with our market. Prices go up,” said Joseph.

That means you’re going to pay a lot more now hat you would have a year ago.

“As of January the median sale price of saltwater homes, it’s $384,000. If you look back a year ago it was $310,000,” said Joseph. “As long as you believe that the sun is going to shine. People will return. The prices will continue to increase. It’s a prime example of what’s happening right now.”

Paradise for sale. But paradise that comes at a premium. “We were just looking for the deal of the century before. Now, we’re looking for the deal. Hopefully that will work for us!” said Payne.

As for some advice for buyers, Joseph says make sure you do your research, and educate yourself before making that big purchase.

Click here to view original article.

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Get Expert Help Finding Your Perfect Lot!

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As a Florida Real Estate Agent I always strive to go above and beyond to help my clients in all their real estate needs. Part of what I offer is assistance with buyers that are looking to purchase a lot to build upon. Being a long time resident of Southwest Florida has helped me create good connections with the best, quality home builders in the area. I also am very familiar with the area, roads, schools and shopping locations to help buying find just the right piece of land that meets all of their personal needs and requirements. If you’re looking to purchase a lot to build on, please give me a call at 239-425-2503 and let’s talk about how I can help!

SWFL Lots for SaleBuilders’ bonus: Weak competition from ‘newer’ homes

WASHINGTON – May 27, 2014 – A burst of new-home sales during the previous housing boom stirred up competition among U.S. home builders. After the bubble burst, there was a surplus of fairly new resale homes, which exacerbated builders’ problems: They not only faced lower buyer demand thanks to the recession, but still-interested buyers could get an almost-new home at a bargain foreclosure price.

These nearly new homes boasted modern design, landscaping and interior upgrades, low maintenance requirements, and lower prices – factors that posed formidable competitive challenges for builders.

Now, however, the new home market appears to be swinging in the opposite direction. Almost-new homes – one that would have been built during the height of the recession – are in short supply.

Buyers longing for new homes now must rely on builders since fewer enter the resale market.

The change, in some areas, has put home builders back in the driver’s seat in satisfying new buyer demand.

Source: Forbes (05/22/14) Tobey, John S.

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Home Prices on the Rise!

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Cape Coral homes for sale

As a Southwest Florida Real Estate Agent it’s my job to educate my clients and help them get exactly what they want and make sure their best interest are being considered in every detail of the purchase. This blog is all about educating you and empowering you with all the industry news, information, tips and things to consider before buying or selling your home. Today I would like to share this article on the rise in home prices in Cape Coral – NOW is definitely the time for you to purchase a home in Southwest Florida if you haven’t already!

Demand for gulf-access Cape Coral homes driving up prices

wink-logoCAPE CORAL, Fla. – The price of paradise is skyrocketing. Only WINK News is learning that waterfront property in Cape Coral is on the rise.

A local realtor tells WINK News over the course of one year from January to January he saw a roughly 24 percent price increase.

That price jump is not lost on David Payne. He lives in upstate New York but spends the winters at his home in Cape Coral. “We bought in 2009, decided we’d like a little bigger home than what we have,” Payne said.

cape coral floridaHe’s been looking for that bigger dream home on the water for a couple of years. And after watching the market he’s thinking “… maybe hurry the process up before they keep going?” he laughed. “Seems to be they are definitely on the increase.”

Realtor Marc Joseph tells WINK News the demand for gulf access homes is increasing which means the prices are, as well.

He says it’s a good sign of a recovering economy. He believes the prices are only going to go up from here.  “The market inventory has gotten very tight. And as we tighten with our market. Prices go up,” said Joseph.

That means you’re going to pay a lot more now hat you would have a year ago.

“As of January the median sale price of saltwater homes, it’s $384,000. If you look back a year ago it was $310,000,” said Joseph. “As long as you believe that the sun is going to shine. People will return. The prices will continue to increase.  It’s a prime example of what’s happening right now.”

Paradise for sale. But paradise that comes at a premium. “We were just looking for the deal of the century before. Now, we’re looking for the deal. Hopefully that will work for us!” said Payne.

As for some advice for buyers, Joseph says make sure you do your research, and educate yourself before making that big purchase.

Click here to view the original article.

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As a Southwest Florida Real Estate Agent it’s my job to educate my clients and help them get exactly what they want and make sure their best interest are being considered in every detail of the purchase. This blog is all about educating you and empowering you with all the industry news, information, tips and things to consider before buying or selling your home. If you found this article interesting and know someone else that might benefit from it please feel free to share!

Bob Ashworth

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2014 – The Year to Buy!

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Home Buying Tips

As a Southwest Florida Real Estate Agent it’s my job to educate my clients and help them get exactly what they want and make sure their best interest are being considered in every detail of the purchase. This blog is all about educating you and empowering you with all the industry news, information, tips and things to consider before buying or selling your home. Today I would like to share this article on why 2014 is the year for you to purchase a home in Southwest Florida if you haven’t already!

Why 2014 is a good year to buy a home

If you didn’t buy a home in 2013, you may be kicking yourself now. Home prices climbed nationally an average of 13.6 percent in the past 12 months, according to Tuesday’s release of the Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller 20-city home price index.

Don’t make the same mistake in 2014, suggests Benjamin Weinstock, real estate attorney and partner at the firm Ruskin Moscou Faltischek in Uniondale, N.Y.

Market forecasters predict that 2014 will be another year of gains for the real estate market, even though the rapid pace of sales in 2013 cooled off a bit at the end of the year. On Dec. 30, The National Association of Realtors said its pending home sales index, based on contracts signed last month, rose 0.2 percent in November, below the 1 percent rise forecast.

Home prices are expected to rise about 5 percent next year, says Weinstock. Higher mortgage rates will dampen the pace of both sales and price gains, but not bring them to a halt. The average rate on a 30-year fixed mortgage is expected to rise from 4.5 percent to 5 percent in the next year.

Even aside from expected price gains, buying a home is almost always a good investment in the long run, says Weinstock. Tax benefits are not to be overlooked.

“When one rents, at the end of the year he or she has a pile of 12 cancelled rent checks,” Weinstock says. “However, the homeowner has a pile of 12 cancelled mortgage checks that are nearly fully tax-deductible in most cases.”

Editor’s note: If you’re shopping, you may want to keep your eye out for the latest design trends in homes for 2014 while you’re at it. Click here to view original article.

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10 Tips to Investing in Real Estate with your IRA

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10 tips for buying real estate with IRAs

NEW YORK – July 8, 2013 – Want to invest in real estate through a retirement account? It’s possible, but it’s also far more difficult than simply buying and selling investment property.

“Given the combination of bottomed-out home prices and a still-tight lending environment, utilizing funds from a retirement account to purchase investment homes with cash, or at least with a large down-payment, can give individual buyers a better chance of competing in this tight housing market,” says Daren Blomquist, vice president at RealtyTrac.

Blomquist says investing with retirement money “gives consumers a path to more quickly build their nest egg since all proceeds from the real estate investment – whether that be from rental cash flow or from selling the property – go directly back into the retirement account.”

However, he also says retirement investors should conduct thorough research first.

Real Estate InvestingLook before you leap

Retirement funds can be a good fit for some investors but it’s not for everyone. “It depends on the person’s age and the type of property,” says Sheldon Detrick, CEO of Prudential Alliance Realty in Oklahoma City, Okla. “Rental property, especially on the lower end, can be a good investment at any age. It’s usually profitable and easy to sell. On the other hand, buying land in outlying areas in anticipation of population growth is something only those under 50 should consider.”

Know the ground rules

Lorraine and Richard Walls, a couple in Midlothian, Va., decided to use their retirement accounts to buy investment properties in Southwest Florida. But before making the plunge, the Walls spent a full year researching how self-directed real estate IRAs work, learning the basic ground rules every investor should know before they get started. Those ground rules include:

  • Title: Any property purchased by an IRA is owned by the IRA – not an individual.
  • Purchase money: any money used to purchase a property with an IRA has to come directly from your IRA, not you individually, and you can’t be reimbursed by your IRA. This includes earnest money and closing.
  • Rehab and carrying costs: similar to purchase money, any costs associated with rehabbing or carrying the property must be paid directly by the IRA. An IRA custodian can help with this.
  • Income: any income generated from the property has to flow back into the IRA.
  • Prohibited transactions: purchases made with an IRA need to be for investment, not personal use. Also an IRA cannot do business with family members of “lineal descent,” which includes you, a spouse, parents, children, grandparents, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. In addition, you cannot borrow money from a self-directed IRA or use it as security for a loan.

Real Estate TaxesUse a Roth IRA to “pay taxes on the seed, not the crop”

According to Jeff Desich, chief executive of Equity Trust Company, choosing a Roth IRA over a traditional IRA is a “no brainer” for most real estate investors because although a traditional IRA allows for tax-free contributions, the earnings are taxed when pulled out for retirement down the road. “My dad would always say would you rather pay tax on the seed or on the crop,” Desich says.

Buy in your comfort zone

“We stuck to Lehigh (Acres, Fla.), which everyone said don’t do it,” says Lorraine Walls, adding that the couple now owns a total of nine properties in Lehigh Acres, one of the nation’s hardest-hit real estate markets. “I went with what I was comfortable with. We don’t need to make millions straight away.”

Plan your exit strategy but be flexible

Although she purchased the Lehigh Acres homes primarily for the long-term cash flow, Walls said steady gains in home price appreciation have her rethinking that strategy. “Actually, I’m thinking about selling because the prices have almost doubled in the last two years,” she said, noting that her real estate agent is urging her to list one home in particular. “I paid $58,000 for this property, and he wants to list it for about $105,000.”

Investment StrategiesConsider creative investing strategies

Early in his career, veteran real estate investor Stan Brady said he focused mostly on fix-and-flip properties that he sold to owner-occupant buyers. But his strategies have evolved over time to focus on optioning investment deals that he finds and negotiates for other investors who don’t have the time to find and negotiate those deals.

“A typical transaction for me would be taking an option contract … and then turn around and resell the property to a group of investors,” says the Atlanta-based investor. “Now they have a portfolio rental and I get back the profit in my IRA.”

Set up a 401(k) under real estate investing business

While a normal employer 401(k) plan won’t allow you to invest in real estate, everyone who invests in real estate is in business for themselves, Desich says, which gives him or her the right to have a retirement plan for that business. If someone is investing in real estate and finding success, then that person can set up a 401(k) that permits real estate investments and allows contributions up to $50,000 per year plus $50,000 for a spouse.

Make it a family affair and multiply your purchasing power

Investors have the option of partnering their IRA with others, according to Desich. For example, a husband and wife might each have a Roth IRA, and both may have a 401(k). Add in two kids who each might have a Roth IRA and the family can use all six accounts to purchase a deal and share the percentage.

Cash PurchasePay all cash or make a large down-payment to compete with institutional buyers

Besides the tax breaks that allow investors to build their retirement nest egg, self-directed IRAs give buyers the option of paying all cash or making a sizable down payment – helping to compete in a market where multiple bids are the norm.

“Offer a high deposit and close within two weeks,” Walls says is her rule of thumb. “Offer them 50 percent, and bingo you’ll get it.”

Build a strong team around you

“You want to choose your partners wisely,” says Desich. “Biggest point outside the IRA, we help to connect the dots. Whoever you use, you need to have an attorney or accountant you work with who can help you; or find a custodian who can help you answer questions. We’re not all created the same.”

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As a Southwest Florida Real Estate Agent it’s my job to educate my clients and help them get exactly what they want and make sure their best interest are being considered in every detail of the purchase. This blog is all about educating you and empowering you with all the industry news, information, tips and things to consider before buying or selling your home. If you found this article interesting and know someone else that might benefit from it please feel free to share!

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