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Suppose you take out a 30-year mortgage for a house that costs $496,845. Assume the following:

- The annual interest rate on the mortgage is 3.9%.
- The bank requires a minimum down payment of 16% at the time of the loan.
- The annual property tax is 2.1% of the cost of the house.
- The annual homeowner's insurance is 0.6% of the cost of the house.
- There is no PMI

If you make the minimum down payment, what will your monthly PITI be?

**Round your answer to the nearest dollar.**

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