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Rental Calculator

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Renting isn’t throwing money away, you get a place to live. Buying has an opportunity cost ,the amount you can invest and earn on the down payment, taxes, insurance payments, and interest.
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You’re also liable for property taxes up until the day you sell the home. At times, sellers have additional expenses. Local governments will often require that you pay a transfer tax when the home is sold, and incidental closing costs may also chip away at your profits. Use this calculator to run the numbers.
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Rent vs. Buy Calculator by MortgageLoan.com

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The amount of money you put in your pocket after selling your home depends on how much you still owe on the home and what you will have to pay your Realtor for selling the home. If you have a second mortgage, or home equity loan, on the property, you’ll have to pay that off when you sell the home. Plus, you’ll have to pay interest on your outstanding mortgage balance from the date of your last payment until the date of the sale.
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Initial costs are the costs you incur when you go to the closing for the home you are purchasing. This includes the down payment and other fees.

Recurring costs are expenses you will have to pay monthly or yearly in owning your home. These include mortgage payments, condo fees (or other community living fees), maintenance and renovation costs, property taxes and homeowner’s insurance. Property taxes, the interest part of the mortgage payment and, in some cases, a portion of the common charges are tax deductible. The resulting tax savings is accounted for in each item’s totals. The mortgage payment amount increases each year for the term of the loan because the tax credit shrinks each year as the interest portion of the payments becomes smaller.

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Initial costs include the rent security deposit and, if applicable, the broker’s fee.

Recurring costs include the monthly rent and the cost of renter’s insurance.

Opportunity costs are calculated each year for both your initial costs and your recurring costs.

Net proceeds include the return of the rental security deposit, which typically occurs at the end of a lease.

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