Real Estate Home Mortgages/Mortgage


I bought my house for 438000 back in 2009 with 70000$ down and rate of 4.78 for 30 years fixed rate. In 2011, I re financed with 10000? Down for 10 years with fixed 3.25. I am paying 3790$ a month.
The question for you is, how much tax I am saving in each of following scenarios: ( remaining payments 104):

- continue to pay the same for the remaining 8 years from now if I put 50000$ fifty thousand $ down?
- refinance at 2.75 with 50000$ down for 10 years?
- refinance at 2.75.  With 50000$ down for 10 years if I continue to pay 3790$ a month

I just want to evaluate my choices. Please help.


Jamil -
Thank you for your request, but this is not a mortgage question; this is a question
better addressed to your CPA/accountant; I have no clue how much you would save in
taxes - a. because I don't have all the details on your specific situation and b. because this is an accounting question
As a mortgage originator, all I can tell you is what the payments would be on the various rates (which you can do yourself with any online calculator).
Of course, I can make recommendations as to what course I think would be better for you - based on the interest cost - but you asked about taxes.
Please reach out to your accountant for help on taxes.
Thank you again for your request.
- Al
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