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Introduction to Understanding Jumbo Mortgages

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Buying a house is a life-changing event that requires financial readiness and planning. You must build good credit and save enough downpayment for your purchase. On top of this, it involves choosing the lowest mortgage rate and negotiating for favorable terms. And after closing the deal, you must commit to timely payments until your house is paid down.

Depending on where you want to live, you might need a large mortgage to finance your home. Properties with high prices are usually located in coastal states and major cities. If a traditional conventional loan can’t cover your financing you must apply for a jumbo mortgage.

What are jumbo mortgages and how do they work? Read on to learn how you can take advantage of this option. Our guide will also discuss qualifications for jumbo loans and how payment terms are usually structured for borrowers.

What is a Jumbo Mortgage?

A jumbo mortgage, also called a non-conforming conventional loan, is a type of mortgage that surpasses the conforming finance limits prescribed by the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA). These loans are made to back luxury properties in areas where prices are higher. It is often used as a loan purchase option by high-income borrowers with excellent credit rating.

Jumbo mortgages are a kind of conventional loan. They are provided by private lenders instead of government-sponsored enterprises. These private lenders include banks, credit unions, and non-bank mortgage companies. “Jumbo” pertains to the large size of the loan, not the size of the house. Houses may be expensive even if they are not large, such as coastal homes in high-cost areas.

 

For example, in 2020, the conforming limit for single-unit homes throughout the continental United States is $510,400. Let’s suppose this is the conforming limit in your area. If you took a mortgage for $750,000, your loan is considered a jumbo mortgage. Conversely, if the loan amount is $510,400 or less, it would be a conforming conventional loan.

Government-sponsored enterprises (GSE) such as Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae follow conforming limits set by the FHFA. These GSEs purchase mortgages to keep the national real estate market liquid. They package housing loans into mortgage-backed securities (MBS) and market them to secondary investors. In packaging these loans, GSEs must follow conforming limits for residential mortgages. Homes backed by loans that exceed the conforming limit are classified as jumbo mortgages. Likewise, jumbo mortgages cannot be bought, guaranteed or securitized by Freddie Mac or Fannie Mae.

Jumbo loans impose greater credit risk to lenders because they loan larger amounts and receive no federal backing. Thus, to obtain a jumbo mortgage, lenders require stringent credit checks and tax reviews for applicants. Approval takes longer and requires much higher credit scores than conforming conventional loans.

Super Jumbo Mortgages

Now and then, homebuyers need larger financing for more expensive homes. To address this, financial companies offer loans such as super jumbo loans. A super jumbo loan limit can be around $1,000,000 in relatively affordable locations. However, the limit usually starts around $1,500,000 or $2,000,000 in high-cost areas in the U.S.

Conforming Limits for Mortgages

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Each year, the conforming limit for the U.S. baseline must be adjusted as specified in the 2008 Housing Economic Recovery Act (HERA). This enables government-sponsored enterprises to accurately reflect changes in the average home price.

The FHFA sets conforming limits that vary per state or county. They prescribe different provisions for locations in the U.S. continental baseline and delegated high-cost areas. Areas outside the U.S. continental baseline, such as Alaska, Guam, Hawaii and the U.S. Virgin Islands have high conforming limits. These are U.S. territories with expensive properties especially along coastal areas.

In 2020, the conforming limit for single-unit homes in the U.S. continental baseline is $510,400. For locations where median house prices are higher, the ceiling is 150 percent. That’s a conforming limit of $765,600 for single-unit houses. For conforming limits including 2-unit, 3-unit, and 4-unit homes, see the table below.

Area1-unit home2-unit home3-unit home4-unit home
U.S. continental baseline$510,400$653,550$789,950 $981,700
Delegated high-cost areas$765,600$980,325$1,184,925$1,472,550
Alaska, Guam, Hawaii, U.S. Virgin Islands$765,600$980,325$1,184,925$1,472,550

Data from the FHFA website

Conforming limits for the U.S. continental baseline include the following locations: Arizona, Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Delaware, Maine, Michigan, Louisiana, Missouri, Montana, Mississippi, Minnesota, North Dakota, New Mexico, Texas, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Vermont and most areas in the continental United States.

Delegated high-cost areas are residences situated in coastal states or busy metropolitan areas with high market prices. These are recognized as HERA high-cost locations. States such as Alaska, Guam, Hawaii, and the U.S. Virgin Islands also adhere to high-cost conforming limits.

How Economic Downturns Affect Jumbo Mortgages

In July 2020, CNBC reported that Wells Fargo raised its requirement to $1 million for refinancing jumbo loans. This is months after their initial announcement in April 2020 to only refinance jumbo mortgages for consumers with $250,000 of liquid assets. These changes were done in the wake of the job market collapse caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Many companies were forced to cut jobs for thousands of workers in March 2020.

What are its implications? Raising the financial requirement help banks keep more of their funds, preventing further losses. This means more borrowers cannot refinance to a lower rate unless they keep $1 million with Wells Fargo. Furthermore, due to the economic crisis, jumbo loans have become less common in the market. Meanwhile, conventional loans that are backed by government-sponsored enterprises are still available to consumers.

 

Jumbo Mortgages vs. Conforming Conventional Loans

Jumbo mortgages are also a type of conventional loan. However, it has major differences from conforming conventional loans. For one, it is largely more expensive than traditional conforming loans. Likewise, it is a lot harder to qualify for a jumbo mortgage.

The following table highlights the key differences between jumbo mortgages and conforming conventional loans:

RequirementsJumbo MortgagesConforming Conventional Loans
Conforming loan limitExceeds federal conforming limits in an areaFollows federal conforming loan limit in an area
Credit score700 is usually approved
Some lenders require 720
Ideal credit score is 700
Lenders usually approve 680
RatesRates may be higher by 1%-2% compared to conforming conventional loans
Low credit score means a higher rate
Low downpayment means a higher rate
Low credit score means a higher rateLow downpayment means a higher rate
Front-end DTINo higher than 28%No higher than 28%
Back-end DTIShould ideally be 36%
Must not be higher than 43%
Some may allow a higher DTI if you make a large downpayment
Should ideally be 36%
Must not be higher than 43%
Up to 50% if you have a student loan
DownpaymentMost lenders require 20% downpayment
Depends on the lender, others may require 30%
10% – average downpayment
20% downpayment removes PMI requirement
3% – minimum requirement for a 97-3 loan
CostOften does not require PMI payments due to the high downpayment
Closing cost is typically between 3%-6% of the home’s total value – higher than conforming conventional loans
PMI is 0.5%-1% of the loan amount per year
PMI is canceled once your mortgage balance reaches 78%
Average closing cost is 2%-5% of the loan

Based on the table above, jumbo loans generally offer larger loans and require higher credit scores from applicants. When it comes to DTI ratios, both loan options require similar DTI limits: a front-end DTI 28 percent, and a maximum back-end DTI ratio of 43 percent. However, lenders are more particular with a lower DTI percentage for jumbo mortgages. So it’s best to keep your back-end DTI within 36 percent.

As for the downpayment, conforming conventional loans have an average downpayment of 10 percent. Because of this, they require PMI payments. On the other hand, jumbo mortgages usually require a 20 percent downpayment. This means most jumbo mortgages do not require PMI. Unless you make a smaller downpayment, that’s only time you need to worry about PMI.

For the overall cost, expect jumbo mortgages to be more expensive than conforming conventional loans. This will be anywhere between 3 percent to 6 percent of your home’s value.

Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI)

For conforming conventional loans, borrowers must pay a private mortgage insurance if they make a downpayment less than 20% of the home’s price. Likewise, you do not have to pay PMI if you make 20% downpayment on a jumbo mortgage. This premium is rolled into the monthly payment. PMI is removed once your mortgage balance reaches 78 percent of your home’s value.

Jumbo Loan Interest Rates

Interest rates may also be higher for jumbo loans to offset the risk to lenders. But just like conforming conventional loans, borrowers obtain competitive rates if they have higher credit scores.

Jumbo loans offer interest rates at 1 to 2 percentage points higher. However, consumers may sometimes obtain low rates similar to conforming conventional loans. Depending on market conditions, lenders advertise competing rates to encourage jumbo loan sales.

The following table below shows examples of jumbo mortgage rates in fixed-rate and adjustable-rate terms (July 20, 2020):

ProductInterest RateAPR
Jumbo 30-Year Fixed 3.210%3.290%
Jumbo 15-Year Fixed 2.810%2.870%
Jumbo 7/1 ARM 3.310%3.730%
Jumbo 5/1 ARM 3.200%3.700%

How to Qualify for a Jumbo Loan

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To obtain a jumbo mortgage, you must satisfy more detailed income requirements and credit checks from a lender. Financial institutions offering jumbo loans are very particular about assessing your ability to repay. Any misstep during the process can cost them a great fortune if you default in your mortgage.

Take note of the following requirements before applying for a jumbo loan:

Credit Score

To qualify for a jumbo loan, make sure to have a high credit score. Most lenders approve a minimum FICO credit score of 700. However, other lenders may require a credit score of 720 for a jumbo loan. Likewise, the higher your credit score, the more you can take advantage of competitive rates. Traditionally, conforming loans usually approve credit scores at 680 and above. Expect jumbo loans to impose higher credit score requirements.

The following table shows the different credit score ranges and the estimated percentage of the U.S. population that have these scores:

FICO Credit ScoreRating% of PeopleImpact
800-850Exceptional21%Eligible for jumbo loans
Borrowers who get the best rates
740-799Very Good25%Eligible for jumbo loans
Receives better than average rates from lenders
670-739Good21%700 and above may qualify for jumbo loans
Qualified for conforming conventional loans
Only 8% in this range are likely to become seriously delinquent in the future
580-669Fair17%Not eligible for jumbo loans
Borrowers with low scores, also called subprime borrowers
300-579Very Poor16%May not be approved for credit, or borrowers are required to pay a fee or deposit to obtain a government-backed mortgage

Data from Experian

Based on the table, borrowers with Exceptional and Very Good rating may all qualify for a jumbo mortgage. However, under the Good rating, scores below 700 will likely not be eligible. However, those with scores from 680 to 699 can qualify for a conforming conventional loan. Those with Fair and Very Poor rating need to improve their credit scores. Borrowers with a Fair rating may be eligible for government-backed mortgages such as FHA loans and USDA loans.

Who obtains jumbo mortgages? These loans are appropriate for high-income borrowers who earn between $250,000 to $500,000 per year. This demographic of consumers are known as high-income earners who are not rich yet (HENRY). They are people who make a lot of money but do not have assets or extra money that amounts to millions (at least not yet). The HENRY demographic are known for their pristine credit records. They usually have extensive credit histories compared to the average borrower of conforming conventional loans.

Check Your Credit Report

Make sure to review your credit report before applying for any mortgage. Borrowers can get a free copy of their credit report every 12 months. You may order online by going to annualcreditreport.com. Your credit report gives insight into other debts you need to repay. It also tells you if there’s any inaccurate information you need to dispute with your credit bureau.

Debt-to-Income (DTI) Ratio

Expect lenders to evaluate your debt-to-income (DTI) ratio when you apply for a jumbo mortgage. DTI ratio is the percentage of all your debts compared to the size of your monthly income. Basically, you’ll have higher chances of securing a jumbo mortgage if your DTI is lower. This assures the lender that you have enough income to pay back your loan.

Lenders evaluate these two important DTI ratios:

  • Front-end DTI ratio – The percentage of your income that pays for your housing debts. It includes your monthly mortgage, insurance, property taxes, homeowner’s association dues, etc.
  • Back-end DTI ratio – The percentage of your income that goes toward mortgage-related expenses together with all of your other debts, such as car loans, credit card debt, personal loans, student loans, etc.

You can calculate your back-end DTI ratio by taking your mortgage-related expenses and monthly debt payment, and dividing it by your gross monthly income.

To be eligible for a jumbo loan, your front-end DTI must not be higher than 28 percent, while your back-end DTI should not exceed 43 percent. But to be safe, aim to have a back-end DTI of 36 percent.

Downpayment and Closing Cost

In the past, jumbo mortgage providers charge a high downpayment of 30 percent for borrowers. But as it became more common in the market, the downpayment requirements eventually relaxed. Today, most lenders require 20% downpayment upon closing. But note that this still depends on the lender. Some may still impose 30 percent, while others may be okay with 10 or 15 percent.

Jumbo loans usually do not require a private mortgage insurance (PMI). This is not needed since most buyers make a 20 percent downpayment. Conforming conventional loans, on the other hand, commonly charge PMI because borrowers usually make a lower downpayment.

As for the closing cost, expect to spend between 3 percent to 6 percent of your home’s total price. For example, if your house is priced at $720,000, the closing cost will be between $21,600 and $43,200. Expect a higher closing cost with a larger loan.

Required Documents

Consumers who take jumbo loans often have large incomes that come from complex sources. To evaluate the reliability of their funds, private lenders require more detailed background assessment and documentation. They impose a meticulous underwriting process by scrutinizing your credit report, bank statements, and assets. Lenders also require several years of income tax returns as proof of income. If you are self-employed, your tax records are more heavily evaluated.

Prepare the following financial documents when you apply for a jumbo loan:

  • Federal tax returns, 2 years or more
  • Paystubs (for full-time workers)
  • W-2 statement, 2 years or more of income earned
  • Quarterly statements for savings accounts, checking accounts, and savings accounts
  • Cash reserves

Furthermore, you must show cash reserves as proof that you can afford to repay the loan. Lenders may ask for at least 18 months of cash reserves to approve a jumbo mortgage. Other than cash reserves, you may use your retirement savings. Lenders also accept up to 70 percent of your retirement savings. If you have large cash gifts from a company, lenders may also consider this. Just make sure you have a letter from the company stating they are not expecting to be paid back for the sum.

How long does it take to process a jumbo loan? Because it requires more detailed evaluation, jumbo loans take longer to approve than conforming loans. It can take over 45 working days. In other cases, it can take over 60 working days during busy seasons.

Jumbo Mortgage Terms and Payment Structures

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Jumbo loans can be paid in different terms, the most common of which are 15 and 30-year loans. You also have the option to choose from 10, 20, and 25-year terms. Expect shorter terms to have higher monthly payments, albeit with lower rates.

Only take the shorter payment term if you’re sure you can afford it. The good news is a shorter term will save you thousands of dollars on interest charges. This allows you to pay off your mortgage sooner compared to a 30-year term.

Though it’s available in fixed-rate options, many borrowers tend to take jumbo loans as adjustable-rate mortgages (ARM). ARM terms usually have introductory periods for 3, 5, 7, and 10 years. They are commonly known as 3/1 ARM, 5/1 ARM, 7/1 ARM, and 10/1 ARM. ARMs account for at least a single digit percentage of the U.S. mortgage market.

How do ARMs work? The introductory period begins with a low interest rate. For example, if you have a 5/1 ARM, your interest rate will be the same for 5 years. After this, it will reset periodically depending on the market index. Your interest rate may increase of decrease for the succeeding years. For this reason, you must have adequate funds to pay for larger monthly payments in case rates get higher. This is risky for most borrowers, so many prefer fixed-rate mortgages.

Fixed-rate mortgages, meanwhile, maintain the same interest rate for the entire life of the loan. This is regardless of whether mortgages rate rise or drop throughout the term.

Loan Amortization

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Jumbo loans are an expensive financing option that require you to commit a large portion of your income. If you take a 30-year term, you have to make sure you can keep paying your mortgage even when you’ve retired.

To help you keep track of your payments, you should review your payment schedule. This is where an amortization table will come in handy. An amortization table breaks down how many payments you need to make until you pay off your mortgage within your chosen term. It also details how much of your payments are applied to the principal and interest costs.

  • Principal – This is the amount you borrowed from your lender. It’s also called the outstanding balance which shows how much you still need to pay. A larger principle generates higher interest charges.
  • Interest – This is the amount your lender charges to service your loan. It grows larger the longer it takes to pay off your mortgage.

Traditional amortizing loans start by applying more of your payments toward interest. This goes on for the first several years of your mortgage. Then, towards the latter half of your loan, more of your payment is applied to reduce the principal. Likewise, you pay for lower interest costs. If you make consistent timely payments, you should be able to pay off your loan within the agreed term.

Can I pay my mortgage early? Yes, it’s possible to off your mortgage early. You can do this pay making extra payments toward the principal. The faster your reduce the principal, the shorter your term will get. It can also save you years worth of interest charges. Just be wary of prepayment penalty. Ask your lender about prepayment penalty requirements to avoid costly fees.

Estimate Your PITI Cost

Aside from interest and principal payments, don’t forget to factor in your property taxes and property insurance. For jumbo loans, if you’ve made a 20 percent downpayment, you don’t have to worry about private mortgage insurance (PMI) costs. However, if you make a lower down payment, be sure sure to factor in PMI.

Take collectively, Principal, Interest, Taxes, and Insurance is called PITI cost. Knowing these expenses will help you determine the total amount you need for monthly mortgage payments.

 

Need to generate an amortization schedule for a 30-year fixed-rate jumbo loan? Use our calculator on top of the page. You can also try it with the ARM calculator.

The following table shows the amortization on a 30-year $250,000 home loan at 4.8% APR for a loan that begins next year. On this example loan, payments being on August 31, 2021 for a loan originated on July 31, 2021.

You can generate a similar printable table using the above calculator by clicking on the [Create Amortization Schedule] button.

Payment # Date Payment Principal Interest Balance
1 8/31/2021 $1,311.66 $311.66 $1,000.00 $249,688.34
2 9/30/2021 $1,311.66 $312.91 $998.75 $249,375.43
3 10/31/2021 $1,311.66 $314.16 $997.50 $249,061.27
4 11/30/2021 $1,311.66 $315.41 $996.25 $248,745.86
5 12/31/2021 $1,311.66 $316.68 $994.98 $248,429.18
Year 2021 $6,558.30 $1,570.82 $4,987.48 $248,429.18
6 1/31/2022 $1,311.66 $317.94 $993.72 $248,111.24
7 2/28/2022 $1,311.66 $319.22 $992.44 $247,792.02
8 3/31/2022 $1,311.66 $320.49 $991.17 $247,471.53
9 4/30/2022 $1,311.66 $321.77 $989.89 $247,149.76
10 5/31/2022 $1,311.66 $323.06 $988.60 $246,826.70
11 6/30/2022 $1,311.66 $324.35 $987.31 $246,502.35
12 7/31/2022 $1,311.66 $325.65 $986.01 $246,176.70
13 8/31/2022 $1,311.66 $326.95 $984.71 $245,849.75
14 9/30/2022 $1,311.66 $328.26 $983.40 $245,521.49
15 10/31/2022 $1,311.66 $329.57 $982.09 $245,191.92
16 11/30/2022 $1,311.66 $330.89 $980.77 $244,861.03
17 12/31/2022 $1,311.66 $332.22 $979.44 $244,528.81
Year 2022 $15,739.92 $3,900.37 $11,839.55 $244,528.81
18 1/31/2023 $1,311.66 $333.54 $978.12 $244,195.27
19 2/28/2023 $1,311.66 $334.88 $976.78 $243,860.39
20 3/31/2023 $1,311.66 $336.22 $975.44 $243,524.17
21 4/30/2023 $1,311.66 $337.56 $974.10 $243,186.61
22 5/31/2023 $1,311.66 $338.91 $972.75 $242,847.70
23 6/30/2023 $1,311.66 $340.27 $971.39 $242,507.43
24 7/31/2023 $1,311.66 $341.63 $970.03 $242,165.80
25 8/31/2023 $1,311.66 $343.00 $968.66 $241,822.80
26 9/30/2023 $1,311.66 $344.37 $967.29 $241,478.43
27 10/31/2023 $1,311.66 $345.75 $965.91 $241,132.68
28 11/30/2023 $1,311.66 $347.13 $964.53 $240,785.55
29 12/31/2023 $1,311.66 $348.52 $963.14 $240,437.03
Year 2023 $15,739.92 $4,091.78 $11,648.14 $240,437.03
30 1/31/2024 $1,311.66 $349.91 $961.75 $240,087.12
31 2/28/2024 $1,311.66 $351.31 $960.35 $239,735.81
32 3/31/2024 $1,311.66 $352.72 $958.94 $239,383.09
33 4/30/2024 $1,311.66 $354.13 $957.53 $239,028.96
34 5/31/2024 $1,311.66 $355.54 $956.12 $238,673.42
35 6/30/2024 $1,311.66 $356.97 $954.69 $238,316.45
36 7/31/2024 $1,311.66 $358.39 $953.27 $237,958.06
37 8/31/2024 $1,311.66 $359.83 $951.83 $237,598.23
38 9/30/2024 $1,311.66 $361.27 $950.39 $237,236.96
39 10/31/2024 $1,311.66 $362.71 $948.95 $236,874.25
40 11/30/2024 $1,311.66 $364.16 $947.50 $236,510.09
41 12/31/2024 $1,311.66 $365.62 $946.04 $236,144.47
Year 2024 $15,739.92 $4,292.56 $11,447.36 $236,144.47
42 1/31/2025 $1,311.66 $367.08 $944.58 $235,777.39
43 2/28/2025 $1,311.66 $368.55 $943.11 $235,408.84
44 3/31/2025 $1,311.66 $370.02 $941.64 $235,038.82
45 4/30/2025 $1,311.66 $371.50 $940.16 $234,667.32
46 5/31/2025 $1,311.66 $372.99 $938.67 $234,294.33
47 6/30/2025 $1,311.66 $374.48 $937.18 $233,919.85
48 7/31/2025 $1,311.66 $375.98 $935.68 $233,543.87
49 8/31/2025 $1,311.66 $377.48 $934.18 $233,166.39
50 9/30/2025 $1,311.66 $378.99 $932.67 $232,787.40
51 10/31/2025 $1,311.66 $380.51 $931.15 $232,406.89
52 11/30/2025 $1,311.66 $382.03 $929.63 $232,024.86
53 12/31/2025 $1,311.66 $383.56 $928.10 $231,641.30
Year 2025 $15,739.92 $4,503.17 $11,236.75 $231,641.30
54 1/31/2026 $1,311.66 $385.09 $926.57 $231,256.21
55 2/28/2026 $1,311.66 $386.64 $925.02 $230,869.57
56 3/31/2026 $1,311.66 $388.18 $923.48 $230,481.39
57 4/30/2026 $1,311.66 $389.73 $921.93 $230,091.66
58 5/31/2026 $1,311.66 $391.29 $920.37 $229,700.37
59 6/30/2026 $1,311.66 $392.86 $918.80 $229,307.51
60 7/31/2026 $1,311.66 $394.43 $917.23 $228,913.08
61 8/31/2026 $1,311.66 $396.01 $915.65 $228,517.07
62 9/30/2026 $1,311.66 $397.59 $914.07 $228,119.48
63 10/31/2026 $1,311.66 $399.18 $912.48 $227,720.30
64 11/30/2026 $1,311.66 $400.78 $910.88 $227,319.52
65 12/31/2026 $1,311.66 $402.38 $909.28 $226,917.14
Year 2026 $15,739.92 $4,724.16 $11,015.76 $226,917.14
66 1/31/2027 $1,311.66 $403.99 $907.67 $226,513.15
67 2/28/2027 $1,311.66 $405.61 $906.05 $226,107.54
68 3/31/2027 $1,311.66 $407.23 $904.43 $225,700.31
69 4/30/2027 $1,311.66 $408.86 $902.80 $225,291.45
70 5/31/2027 $1,311.66 $410.49 $901.17 $224,880.96
71 6/30/2027 $1,311.66 $412.14 $899.52 $224,468.82
72 7/31/2027 $1,311.66 $413.78 $897.88 $224,055.04
73 8/31/2027 $1,311.66 $415.44 $896.22 $223,639.60
74 9/30/2027 $1,311.66 $417.10 $894.56 $223,222.50
75 10/31/2027 $1,311.66 $418.77 $892.89 $222,803.73
76 11/30/2027 $1,311.66 $420.45 $891.21 $222,383.28
77 12/31/2027 $1,311.66 $422.13 $889.53 $221,961.15
Year 2027 $15,739.92 $4,955.99 $10,783.93 $221,961.15
78 1/31/2028 $1,311.66 $423.82 $887.84 $221,537.33
79 2/28/2028 $1,311.66 $425.51 $886.15 $221,111.82
80 3/31/2028 $1,311.66 $427.21 $884.45 $220,684.61
81 4/30/2028 $1,311.66 $428.92 $882.74 $220,255.69
82 5/31/2028 $1,311.66 $430.64 $881.02 $219,825.05
83 6/30/2028 $1,311.66 $432.36 $879.30 $219,392.69
84 7/31/2028 $1,311.66 $434.09 $877.57 $218,958.60
85 8/31/2028 $1,311.66 $435.83 $875.83 $218,522.77
86 9/30/2028 $1,311.66 $437.57 $874.09 $218,085.20
87 10/31/2028 $1,311.66 $439.32 $872.34 $217,645.88
88 11/30/2028 $1,311.66 $441.08 $870.58 $217,204.80
89 12/31/2028 $1,311.66 $442.84 $868.82 $216,761.96
Year 2028 $15,739.92 $5,199.19 $10,540.73 $216,761.96
90 1/31/2029 $1,311.66 $444.61 $867.05 $216,317.35
91 2/28/2029 $1,311.66 $446.39 $865.27 $215,870.96
92 3/31/2029 $1,311.66 $448.18 $863.48 $215,422.78
93 4/30/2029 $1,311.66 $449.97 $861.69 $214,972.81
94 5/31/2029 $1,311.66 $451.77 $859.89 $214,521.04
95 6/30/2029 $1,311.66 $453.58 $858.08 $214,067.46
96 7/31/2029 $1,311.66 $455.39 $856.27 $213,612.07
97 8/31/2029 $1,311.66 $457.21 $854.45 $213,154.86
98 9/30/2029 $1,311.66 $459.04 $852.62 $212,695.82
99 10/31/2029 $1,311.66 $460.88 $850.78 $212,234.94
100 11/30/2029 $1,311.66 $462.72 $848.94 $211,772.22
101 12/31/2029 $1,311.66 $464.57 $847.09 $211,307.65
Year 2029 $15,739.92 $5,454.31 $10,285.61 $211,307.65
102 1/31/2030 $1,311.66 $466.43 $845.23 $210,841.22
103 2/28/2030 $1,311.66 $468.30 $843.36 $210,372.92
104 3/31/2030 $1,311.66 $470.17 $841.49 $209,902.75
105 4/30/2030 $1,311.66 $472.05 $839.61 $209,430.70
106 5/31/2030 $1,311.66 $473.94 $837.72 $208,956.76
107 6/30/2030 $1,311.66 $475.83 $835.83 $208,480.93
108 7/31/2030 $1,311.66 $477.74 $833.92 $208,003.19
109 8/31/2030 $1,311.66 $479.65 $832.01 $207,523.54
110 9/30/2030 $1,311.66 $481.57 $830.09 $207,041.97
111 10/31/2030 $1,311.66 $483.49 $828.17 $206,558.48
112 11/30/2030 $1,311.66 $485.43 $826.23 $206,073.05
113 12/31/2030 $1,311.66 $487.37 $824.29 $205,585.68
Year 2030 $15,739.92 $5,721.97 $10,017.95 $205,585.68
114 1/31/2031 $1,311.66 $489.32 $822.34 $205,096.36
115 2/28/2031 $1,311.66 $491.27 $820.39 $204,605.09
116 3/31/2031 $1,311.66 $493.24 $818.42 $204,111.85
117 4/30/2031 $1,311.66 $495.21 $816.45 $203,616.64
118 5/31/2031 $1,311.66 $497.19 $814.47 $203,119.45
119 6/30/2031 $1,311.66 $499.18 $812.48 $202,620.27
120 7/31/2031 $1,311.66 $501.18 $810.48 $202,119.09
121 8/31/2031 $1,311.66 $503.18 $808.48 $201,615.91
122 9/30/2031 $1,311.66 $505.20 $806.46 $201,110.71
123 10/31/2031 $1,311.66 $507.22 $804.44 $200,603.49
124 11/30/2031 $1,311.66 $509.25 $802.41 $200,094.24
125 12/31/2031 $1,311.66 $511.28 $800.38 $199,582.96
Year 2031 $15,739.92 $6,002.72 $9,737.20 $199,582.96
126 1/31/2032 $1,311.66 $513.33 $798.33 $199,069.63
127 2/28/2032 $1,311.66 $515.38 $796.28 $198,554.25
128 3/31/2032 $1,311.66 $517.44 $794.22 $198,036.81
129 4/30/2032 $1,311.66 $519.51 $792.15 $197,517.30
130 5/31/2032 $1,311.66 $521.59 $790.07 $196,995.71
131 6/30/2032 $1,311.66 $523.68 $787.98 $196,472.03
132 7/31/2032 $1,311.66 $525.77 $785.89 $195,946.26
133 8/31/2032 $1,311.66 $527.87 $783.79 $195,418.39
134 9/30/2032 $1,311.66 $529.99 $781.67 $194,888.40
135 10/31/2032 $1,311.66 $532.11 $779.55 $194,356.29
136 11/30/2032 $1,311.66 $534.23 $777.43 $193,822.06
137 12/31/2032 $1,311.66 $536.37 $775.29 $193,285.69
Year 2032 $15,739.92 $6,297.27 $9,442.65 $193,285.69
138 1/31/2033 $1,311.66 $538.52 $773.14 $192,747.17
139 2/28/2033 $1,311.66 $540.67 $770.99 $192,206.50
140 3/31/2033 $1,311.66 $542.83 $768.83 $191,663.67
141 4/30/2033 $1,311.66 $545.01 $766.65 $191,118.66
142 5/31/2033 $1,311.66 $547.19 $764.47 $190,571.47
143 6/30/2033 $1,311.66 $549.37 $762.29 $190,022.10
144 7/31/2033 $1,311.66 $551.57 $760.09 $189,470.53
145 8/31/2033 $1,311.66 $553.78 $757.88 $188,916.75
146 9/30/2033 $1,311.66 $555.99 $755.67 $188,360.76
147 10/31/2033 $1,311.66 $558.22 $753.44 $187,802.54
148 11/30/2033 $1,311.66 $560.45 $751.21 $187,242.09
149 12/31/2033 $1,311.66 $562.69 $748.97 $186,679.40
Year 2033 $15,739.92 $6,606.29 $9,133.63 $186,679.40
150 1/31/2034 $1,311.66 $564.94 $746.72 $186,114.46
151 2/28/2034 $1,311.66 $567.20 $744.46 $185,547.26
152 3/31/2034 $1,311.66 $569.47 $742.19 $184,977.79
153 4/30/2034 $1,311.66 $571.75 $739.91 $184,406.04
154 5/31/2034 $1,311.66 $574.04 $737.62 $183,832.00
155 6/30/2034 $1,311.66 $576.33 $735.33 $183,255.67
156 7/31/2034 $1,311.66 $578.64 $733.02 $182,677.03
157 8/31/2034 $1,311.66 $580.95 $730.71 $182,096.08
158 9/30/2034 $1,311.66 $583.28 $728.38 $181,512.80
159 10/31/2034 $1,311.66 $585.61 $726.05 $180,927.19
160 11/30/2034 $1,311.66 $587.95 $723.71 $180,339.24
161 12/31/2034 $1,311.66 $590.30 $721.36 $179,748.94
Year 2034 $15,739.92 $6,930.46 $8,809.46 $179,748.94
162 1/31/2035 $1,311.66 $592.66 $719.00 $179,156.28
163 2/28/2035 $1,311.66 $595.03 $716.63 $178,561.25
164 3/31/2035 $1,311.66 $597.41 $714.25 $177,963.84
165 4/30/2035 $1,311.66 $599.80 $711.86 $177,364.04
166 5/31/2035 $1,311.66 $602.20 $709.46 $176,761.84
167 6/30/2035 $1,311.66 $604.61 $707.05 $176,157.23
168 7/31/2035 $1,311.66 $607.03 $704.63 $175,550.20
169 8/31/2035 $1,311.66 $609.46 $702.20 $174,940.74
170 9/30/2035 $1,311.66 $611.90 $699.76 $174,328.84
171 10/31/2035 $1,311.66 $614.34 $697.32 $173,714.50
172 11/30/2035 $1,311.66 $616.80 $694.86 $173,097.70
173 12/31/2035 $1,311.66 $619.27 $692.39 $172,478.43
Year 2035 $15,739.92 $7,270.51 $8,469.41 $172,478.43
174 1/31/2036 $1,311.66 $621.75 $689.91 $171,856.68
175 2/28/2036 $1,311.66 $624.23 $687.43 $171,232.45
176 3/31/2036 $1,311.66 $626.73 $684.93 $170,605.72
177 4/30/2036 $1,311.66 $629.24 $682.42 $169,976.48
178 5/31/2036 $1,311.66 $631.75 $679.91 $169,344.73
179 6/30/2036 $1,311.66 $634.28 $677.38 $168,710.45
180 7/31/2036 $1,311.66 $636.82 $674.84 $168,073.63
181 8/31/2036 $1,311.66 $639.37 $672.29 $167,434.26
182 9/30/2036 $1,311.66 $641.92 $669.74 $166,792.34
183 10/31/2036 $1,311.66 $644.49 $667.17 $166,147.85
184 11/30/2036 $1,311.66 $647.07 $664.59 $165,500.78
185 12/31/2036 $1,311.66 $649.66 $662.00 $164,851.12
Year 2036 $15,739.92 $7,627.31 $8,112.61 $164,851.12
186 1/31/2037 $1,311.66 $652.26 $659.40 $164,198.86
187 2/28/2037 $1,311.66 $654.86 $656.80 $163,544.00
188 3/31/2037 $1,311.66 $657.48 $654.18 $162,886.52
189 4/30/2037 $1,311.66 $660.11 $651.55 $162,226.41
190 5/31/2037 $1,311.66 $662.75 $648.91 $161,563.66
191 6/30/2037 $1,311.66 $665.41 $646.25 $160,898.25
192 7/31/2037 $1,311.66 $668.07 $643.59 $160,230.18
193 8/31/2037 $1,311.66 $670.74 $640.92 $159,559.44
194 9/30/2037 $1,311.66 $673.42 $638.24 $158,886.02
195 10/31/2037 $1,311.66 $676.12 $635.54 $158,209.90
196 11/30/2037 $1,311.66 $678.82 $632.84 $157,531.08
197 12/31/2037 $1,311.66 $681.54 $630.12 $156,849.54
Year 2037 $15,739.92 $8,001.58 $7,738.34 $156,849.54
198 1/31/2038 $1,311.66 $684.26 $627.40 $156,165.28
199 2/28/2038 $1,311.66 $687.00 $624.66 $155,478.28
200 3/31/2038 $1,311.66 $689.75 $621.91 $154,788.53
201 4/30/2038 $1,311.66 $692.51 $619.15 $154,096.02
202 5/31/2038 $1,311.66 $695.28 $616.38 $153,400.74
203 6/30/2038 $1,311.66 $698.06 $613.60 $152,702.68
204 7/31/2038 $1,311.66 $700.85 $610.81 $152,001.83
205 8/31/2038 $1,311.66 $703.65 $608.01 $151,298.18
206 9/30/2038 $1,311.66 $706.47 $605.19 $150,591.71
207 10/31/2038 $1,311.66 $709.29 $602.37 $149,882.42
208 11/30/2038 $1,311.66 $712.13 $599.53 $149,170.29
209 12/31/2038 $1,311.66 $714.98 $596.68 $148,455.31
Year 2038 $15,739.92 $8,394.23 $7,345.69 $148,455.31
210 1/31/2039 $1,311.66 $717.84 $593.82 $147,737.47
211 2/28/2039 $1,311.66 $720.71 $590.95 $147,016.76
212 3/31/2039 $1,311.66 $723.59 $588.07 $146,293.17
213 4/30/2039 $1,311.66 $726.49 $585.17 $145,566.68
214 5/31/2039 $1,311.66 $729.39 $582.27 $144,837.29
215 6/30/2039 $1,311.66 $732.31 $579.35 $144,104.98
216 7/31/2039 $1,311.66 $735.24 $576.42 $143,369.74
217 8/31/2039 $1,311.66 $738.18 $573.48 $142,631.56
218 9/30/2039 $1,311.66 $741.13 $570.53 $141,890.43
219 10/31/2039 $1,311.66 $744.10 $567.56 $141,146.33
220 11/30/2039 $1,311.66 $747.07 $564.59 $140,399.26
221 12/31/2039 $1,311.66 $750.06 $561.60 $139,649.20
Year 2039 $15,739.92 $8,806.11 $6,933.81 $139,649.20
222 1/31/2040 $1,311.66 $753.06 $558.60 $138,896.14
223 2/28/2040 $1,311.66 $756.08 $555.58 $138,140.06
224 3/31/2040 $1,311.66 $759.10 $552.56 $137,380.96
225 4/30/2040 $1,311.66 $762.14 $549.52 $136,618.82
226 5/31/2040 $1,311.66 $765.18 $546.48 $135,853.64
227 6/30/2040 $1,311.66 $768.25 $543.41 $135,085.39
228 7/31/2040 $1,311.66 $771.32 $540.34 $134,314.07
229 8/31/2040 $1,311.66 $774.40 $537.26 $133,539.67
230 9/30/2040 $1,311.66 $777.50 $534.16 $132,762.17
231 10/31/2040 $1,311.66 $780.61 $531.05 $131,981.56
232 11/30/2040 $1,311.66 $783.73 $527.93 $131,197.83
233 12/31/2040 $1,311.66 $786.87 $524.79 $130,410.96
Year 2040 $15,739.92 $9,238.24 $6,501.68 $130,410.96
234 1/31/2041 $1,311.66 $790.02 $521.64 $129,620.94
235 2/28/2041 $1,311.66 $793.18 $518.48 $128,827.76
236 3/31/2041 $1,311.66 $796.35 $515.31 $128,031.41
237 4/30/2041 $1,311.66 $799.53 $512.13 $127,231.88
238 5/31/2041 $1,311.66 $802.73 $508.93 $126,429.15
239 6/30/2041 $1,311.66 $805.94 $505.72 $125,623.21
240 7/31/2041 $1,311.66 $809.17 $502.49 $124,814.04
241 8/31/2041 $1,311.66 $812.40 $499.26 $124,001.64
242 9/30/2041 $1,311.66 $815.65 $496.01 $123,185.99
243 10/31/2041 $1,311.66 $818.92 $492.74 $122,367.07
244 11/30/2041 $1,311.66 $822.19 $489.47 $121,544.88
245 12/31/2041 $1,311.66 $825.48 $486.18 $120,719.40
Year 2041 $15,739.92 $9,691.56 $6,048.36 $120,719.40
246 1/31/2042 $1,311.66 $828.78 $482.88 $119,890.62
247 2/28/2042 $1,311.66 $832.10 $479.56 $119,058.52
248 3/31/2042 $1,311.66 $835.43 $476.23 $118,223.09
249 4/30/2042 $1,311.66 $838.77 $472.89 $117,384.32
250 5/31/2042 $1,311.66 $842.12 $469.54 $116,542.20
251 6/30/2042 $1,311.66 $845.49 $466.17 $115,696.71
252 7/31/2042 $1,311.66 $848.87 $462.79 $114,847.84
253 8/31/2042 $1,311.66 $852.27 $459.39 $113,995.57
254 9/30/2042 $1,311.66 $855.68 $455.98 $113,139.89
255 10/31/2042 $1,311.66 $859.10 $452.56 $112,280.79
256 11/30/2042 $1,311.66 $862.54 $449.12 $111,418.25
257 12/31/2042 $1,311.66 $865.99 $445.67 $110,552.26
Year 2042 $15,739.92 $10,167.14 $5,572.78 $110,552.26
258 1/31/2043 $1,311.66 $869.45 $442.21 $109,682.81
259 2/28/2043 $1,311.66 $872.93 $438.73 $108,809.88
260 3/31/2043 $1,311.66 $876.42 $435.24 $107,933.46
261 4/30/2043 $1,311.66 $879.93 $431.73 $107,053.53
262 5/31/2043 $1,311.66 $883.45 $428.21 $106,170.08
263 6/30/2043 $1,311.66 $886.98 $424.68 $105,283.10
264 7/31/2043 $1,311.66 $890.53 $421.13 $104,392.57
265 8/31/2043 $1,311.66 $894.09 $417.57 $103,498.48
266 9/30/2043 $1,311.66 $897.67 $413.99 $102,600.81
267 10/31/2043 $1,311.66 $901.26 $410.40 $101,699.55
268 11/30/2043 $1,311.66 $904.86 $406.80 $100,794.69
269 12/31/2043 $1,311.66 $908.48 $403.18 $99,886.21
Year 2043 $15,739.92 $10,666.05 $5,073.87 $99,886.21
270 1/31/2044 $1,311.66 $912.12 $399.54 $98,974.09
271 2/28/2044 $1,311.66 $915.76 $395.90 $98,058.33
272 3/31/2044 $1,311.66 $919.43 $392.23 $97,138.90
273 4/30/2044 $1,311.66 $923.10 $388.56 $96,215.80
274 5/31/2044 $1,311.66 $926.80 $384.86 $95,289.00
275 6/30/2044 $1,311.66 $930.50 $381.16 $94,358.50
276 7/31/2044 $1,311.66 $934.23 $377.43 $93,424.27
277 8/31/2044 $1,311.66 $937.96 $373.70 $92,486.31
278 9/30/2044 $1,311.66 $941.71 $369.95 $91,544.60
279 10/31/2044 $1,311.66 $945.48 $366.18 $90,599.12
280 11/30/2044 $1,311.66 $949.26 $362.40 $89,649.86
281 12/31/2044 $1,311.66 $953.06 $358.60 $88,696.80
Year 2044 $15,739.92 $11,189.41 $4,550.51 $88,696.80
282 1/31/2045 $1,311.66 $956.87 $354.79 $87,739.93
283 2/28/2045 $1,311.66 $960.70 $350.96 $86,779.23
284 3/31/2045 $1,311.66 $964.54 $347.12 $85,814.69
285 4/30/2045 $1,311.66 $968.40 $343.26 $84,846.29
286 5/31/2045 $1,311.66 $972.27 $339.39 $83,874.02
287 6/30/2045 $1,311.66 $976.16 $335.50 $82,897.86
288 7/31/2045 $1,311.66 $980.07 $331.59 $81,917.79
289 8/31/2045 $1,311.66 $983.99 $327.67 $80,933.80
290 9/30/2045 $1,311.66 $987.92 $323.74 $79,945.88
291 10/31/2045 $1,311.66 $991.88 $319.78 $78,954.00
292 11/30/2045 $1,311.66 $995.84 $315.82 $77,958.16
293 12/31/2045 $1,311.66 $999.83 $311.83 $76,958.33
Year 2045 $15,739.92 $11,738.47 $4,001.45 $76,958.33
294 1/31/2046 $1,311.66 $1,003.83 $307.83 $75,954.50
295 2/28/2046 $1,311.66 $1,007.84 $303.82 $74,946.66
296 3/31/2046 $1,311.66 $1,011.87 $299.79 $73,934.79
297 4/30/2046 $1,311.66 $1,015.92 $295.74 $72,918.87
298 5/31/2046 $1,311.66 $1,019.98 $291.68 $71,898.89
299 6/30/2046 $1,311.66 $1,024.06 $287.60 $70,874.83
300 7/31/2046 $1,311.66 $1,028.16 $283.50 $69,846.67
301 8/31/2046 $1,311.66 $1,032.27 $279.39 $68,814.40
302 9/30/2046 $1,311.66 $1,036.40 $275.26 $67,778.00
303 10/31/2046 $1,311.66 $1,040.55 $271.11 $66,737.45
304 11/30/2046 $1,311.66 $1,044.71 $266.95 $65,692.74
305 12/31/2046 $1,311.66 $1,048.89 $262.77 $64,643.85
Year 2046 $15,739.92 $12,314.48 $3,425.44 $64,643.85
306 1/31/2047 $1,311.66 $1,053.08 $258.58 $63,590.77
307 2/28/2047 $1,311.66 $1,057.30 $254.36 $62,533.47
308 3/31/2047 $1,311.66 $1,061.53 $250.13 $61,471.94
309 4/30/2047 $1,311.66 $1,065.77 $245.89 $60,406.17
310 5/31/2047 $1,311.66 $1,070.04 $241.62 $59,336.13
311 6/30/2047 $1,311.66 $1,074.32 $237.34 $58,261.81
312 7/31/2047 $1,311.66 $1,078.61 $233.05 $57,183.20
313 8/31/2047 $1,311.66 $1,082.93 $228.73 $56,100.27
314 9/30/2047 $1,311.66 $1,087.26 $224.40 $55,013.01
315 10/31/2047 $1,311.66 $1,091.61 $220.05 $53,921.40
316 11/30/2047 $1,311.66 $1,095.97 $215.69 $52,825.43
317 12/31/2047 $1,311.66 $1,100.36 $211.30 $51,725.07
Year 2047 $15,739.92 $12,918.78 $2,821.14 $51,725.07
318 1/31/2048 $1,311.66 $1,104.76 $206.90 $50,620.31
319 2/28/2048 $1,311.66 $1,109.18 $202.48 $49,511.13
320 3/31/2048 $1,311.66 $1,113.62 $198.04 $48,397.51
321 4/30/2048 $1,311.66 $1,118.07 $193.59 $47,279.44
322 5/31/2048 $1,311.66 $1,122.54 $189.12 $46,156.90
323 6/30/2048 $1,311.66 $1,127.03 $184.63 $45,029.87
324 7/31/2048 $1,311.66 $1,131.54 $180.12 $43,898.33
325 8/31/2048 $1,311.66 $1,136.07 $175.59 $42,762.26
326 9/30/2048 $1,311.66 $1,140.61 $171.05 $41,621.65
327 10/31/2048 $1,311.66 $1,145.17 $166.49 $40,476.48
328 11/30/2048 $1,311.66 $1,149.75 $161.91 $39,326.73
329 12/31/2048 $1,311.66 $1,154.35 $157.31 $38,172.38
Year 2048 $15,739.92 $13,552.69 $2,187.23 $38,172.38
330 1/31/2049 $1,311.66 $1,158.97 $152.69 $37,013.41
331 2/28/2049 $1,311.66 $1,163.61 $148.05 $35,849.80
332 3/31/2049 $1,311.66 $1,168.26 $143.40 $34,681.54
333 4/30/2049 $1,311.66 $1,172.93 $138.73 $33,508.61
334 5/31/2049 $1,311.66 $1,177.63 $134.03 $32,330.98
335 6/30/2049 $1,311.66 $1,182.34 $129.32 $31,148.64
336 7/31/2049 $1,311.66 $1,187.07 $124.59 $29,961.57
337 8/31/2049 $1,311.66 $1,191.81 $119.85 $28,769.76
338 9/30/2049 $1,311.66 $1,196.58 $115.08 $27,573.18
339 10/31/2049 $1,311.66 $1,201.37 $110.29 $26,371.81
340 11/30/2049 $1,311.66 $1,206.17 $105.49 $25,165.64
341 12/31/2049 $1,311.66 $1,211.00 $100.66 $23,954.64
Year 2049 $15,739.92 $14,217.74 $1,522.18 $23,954.64
342 1/31/2050 $1,311.66 $1,215.84 $95.82 $22,738.80
343 2/28/2050 $1,311.66 $1,220.70 $90.96 $21,518.10
344 3/31/2050 $1,311.66 $1,225.59 $86.07 $20,292.51
345 4/30/2050 $1,311.66 $1,230.49 $81.17 $19,062.02
346 5/31/2050 $1,311.66 $1,235.41 $76.25 $17,826.61
347 6/30/2050 $1,311.66 $1,240.35 $71.31 $16,586.26
348 7/31/2050 $1,311.66 $1,245.31 $66.35 $15,340.95
349 8/31/2050 $1,311.66 $1,250.30 $61.36 $14,090.65
350 9/30/2050 $1,311.66 $1,255.30 $56.36 $12,835.35
351 10/31/2050 $1,311.66 $1,260.32 $51.34 $11,575.03
352 11/30/2050 $1,311.66 $1,265.36 $46.30 $10,309.67
353 12/31/2050 $1,311.66 $1,270.42 $41.24 $9,039.25
Year 2050 $15,739.92 $14,915.39 $824.53 $9,039.25
354 1/31/2051 $1,311.66 $1,275.50 $36.16 $7,763.75
355 2/28/2051 $1,311.66 $1,280.60 $31.06 $6,483.15
356 3/31/2051 $1,311.66 $1,285.73 $25.93 $5,197.42
357 4/30/2051 $1,311.66 $1,290.87 $20.79 $3,906.55
358 5/31/2051 $1,311.66 $1,296.03 $15.63 $2,610.52
359 6/30/2051 $1,311.66 $1,301.22 $10.44 $1,309.30
360 7/31/2051 $1,314.54 $1,309.30 $5.24 $0.00
Year 2051 $9,184.50 $9,039.25 $145.25 $0.00

In Summary

Your location influences the loan size you need from your lender. Check your area’s conforming limits to know if you might need a jumbo mortgage. To obtain this loan, you must have a high income and a reliable source of funds to prove you can back the mortgage.

Compared to conforming conventional loans, jumbo mortgages entail higher expenses. And because you are borrowing a larger sum, it requires a higher credit score and a meticulous underwriting process. In times of economic decline, jumbo mortgages become infrequent. The larger loan amount makes lenders more vulnerable to losses.

Be sure to improve your credit score to qualify for a jumbo loan. Expect lenders to carefully evaluate your income and credit background. You must also make at least 20 percent downpayment on a jumbo mortgage.