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Millennial Money Minutes | Personal Finance in 5 Minutes

By Grant @MillennialMoney & Matt @DistilledDollar

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Welcome to Millennial Money Minutes where we tackle tough personal finance, investing, and money topics in 5 minutes. We also interview top personal finance bloggers, authors, and academics. Hosted by Grant from MillennialMoney.com and Matt from DistilledDollar.com.

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3%down-payments to buy a home

This show does not talk aboutANY of the numbers and calculations that would result from utilizing these “deals” offered by lenders.... let’s talk about the 30 year mortgage at a higher interest rate/ PMI that will be coming your way because of your very reduced down payment. This is a dangerous thing to promote as you are paying a very significant amount more on a mortgage in interest compared to if you save and remain patient and put down 20 % to get a LOWER interest rate and avoid PMI. May I remind you of the housing crisis we have just recovered from. Not to mention this information comes from a mortgage lender so I would say probably biased. Do the math people. On a 300000 mortgage at 3% down + PMI with an EQUIVALENT interest rate( which is not probable) of about 4.5% compared to a 20% down payment you pay about 500 dollars difference per month...... after a 30 year mortgage you are paying approximately 180000 more on your home. None of this is explained . Irresponsible advice and I will not be listening to this anymore.

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  • Language: English

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