*1c, Debt Consolidation Calculator For Home Owners With Two Mortgages, is for those with existing first and second mortgages who have a variety of consolidation options. Consolidate Non-Mortgage Debt in First - means that you consolidate your existing non-mortgage debt by doing a cash-out refinance on your first mortgage, leaving your second mortgage as it is.Consolidate 2nd Mortgage in First - means that you consolidate your existing second mortgage by doing a cash-out refinance on your first mortgage, leaving non-mortgage debt as it is.
The calculator provides two types of information about each of these options.
One is the total monthly payment, which consists of mortgage payments, mortgage insurance premiums if any, and non-mortgage debt payments if any.
In order to determine if you can consolidate debt into your mortgage, you start by determining how much available equity you have.
In Canada, this is determined by taking 80% of your home’s value and subtracting any existing mortgage balance.
You are modifying your current mortgage to more favorable terms, be it a lower interest rate or a shorter note.
If you do it, your new payment should be no more than a fourth of your take-home pay on a 15-year fixed-rate note.
If you lose your job or encounter financial difficulties, guess what you risk losing? The vast majority of people who take equity out of their home to pay off bills don't change the behavior (overspending) that led to owing money in the first place.
That means the credit card balances are run back up, and when you combine that with your higher house note, you end up in double debt.
You can trust them to give you the same advice that Dave would.
May 6, 2002, Revised December 1, 2006, Reviewed July 12, 2007, March 30, 2009, March 2, 2011 Whether or not to consolidate debt is a complicated question.
Rate Hub.ca’s debt consolidation calculator will start by showing you how much equity you have available to consolidate your various loans.