Question

A young couple take out a 30-year home mortgage of $145,000.00 at 6.9% compounded monthly. They make their regular monthly payment for 7 years, then decide to up their monthly payment to $1,200.00.

a) What is the regular monthly payment? $

b) What is the unpaid balance when they begin paying the accelerated monthly payment of $1,200.00? $

c) How many monthly payment of $1,200.00 will it take to pay off the loan? payments d) How much interest will this couple save? $

Answer #1

**Formulas Used:-**

a) | Monthly Installment | =PMT(C3,C4,-C2) |

b) | Balance After 7 years (84 months) | =FV(C3,84,C6,-C2) |

c) | No of monthly Payment Required | =NPER(C3,1200,-C8) |

d) | Savings Of Interest | =(C6*(C4-84))-(1200*C10) |

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