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1. The total of all the monthly payments plus the amount of the mortgage is equal to the total cost of interest. (Points: 2) True False

2. A mortgage of $80,000.00 with 2 points means the borrower must pay $800.00 at the loan closing. (Points: 2) True False

3. Not all mortgages are paid on a monthly basis. (Points: 2) True False

4. Monthly payments are the fastest way to pay off a home mortgage. (Points: 2) True False

5. Amortization is not a payment process. (Points: 2) True False

6. Amortization is a means of computing how much of each monthly payment is applied to the outstanding principal. (Points: 2) True False

7. The primary mortgage on a home is called the: (Points: 2) first mortgage collateral FNMA real mortgage none of the above

8. Land or anything permanently attached to the land is termed: (Points: 2) collateral FNMA real property personal property none of the above

9. Points represent: (Points: 2) monthly payments an additional cost of financing 2 percent of the amount borrowed a 3 percent up front payment none of the above

10. Donald purchased a home for $250,000.00. He put down 25 percent of the purchase price. The mortgage was at a rate of 5.50% for 30 years. By using Table 12-1 in the textbook, what were his monthly payments? (Points: 2) $1,056.00 $1,240.00 $1,065.00 $1,420.00 none of the above

11. Brian bought a new ranch style home for $180,000.00. Brian made a 30 percent down payment. Assuming a rate of 6.5% on a 30 year mortgage, Brian's monthly payment is: (Use the tables in the textbook.) (Points: 2) $1,783.80 $1,982.00 $594.60 $796.32 none of the above

12. Derek purchased a home for $225,000.00 with a down payment of $30,000.00 at 8.75% for 25 years. Since then the rate has fallen to 5.25%. How much less would his monthly payment be if he purchased the house with the mortgage at 5.25%? (Use Table 15-1 in the textbook.) (Points: 2) $443.58 $434.85 $443.85 $434.58 none of the above

13. "One point" represents: (Points: 2) 1 percent of the amount borrowed. 1 payment per month. 1 additional percent for every $10,000 borrowed. 1 percent per month additional charge. none of the above

14. Chuck purchased a home in Texas for $240,000.00. He made a down payment of 20 percent and obtained a mortgage for 25 years at 6%. What amount of his first payment of $1,236.48 applied to interest? (Points: 2) $276.48 $1,236.48 $960.00 $136.00 none of the above

15. The difference between the monthly payments on a $95,000.00 mortgage at 5% versus 6% for 25 years is: (Use Table 12-1 in the textbook.) (Points: 2) $56.05 $65.05 $56.50 $56.60 none of the above

1. The total of all the monthly payments plus the amount of the mortgage is equal to the total cost of interest. False

2. A mortgage of $80,000.00 with 2 points means the borrower must pay $800.00 at the loan closing. False

3. Not all mortgages are paid on a monthly basis.True

4. Monthly payments are the fastest way to pay off a home mortgage.False

5. Amortization is not a payment process. True

6. Amortization is a means of computing how much of each monthly payment is applied to the outstanding principal.True

7. The primary mortgage on a home is called the:

first mortgage,

collateral,

FNMA,

real mortgage,

none of the above

8. Land or anything permanently attached to the land is termed:

collateral,

FNMA,

real property,

personal property

none of the above

9. Points represent:,

monthly payments

an additional cost of financing,

2 percent of the amount borrowed,

a 3 percent up front payment

none of the above

10. Donald purchased a home for $250,000.00. He put down 25 percent of the purchase price. The mortgage was at a rate of 5.50% for 30 years. By using Table 12-1 in the textbook, what were his monthly payments?

$1,056.00,

$1,240.00,

$1,065.00,

$1,420.00

none of the above

11. Brian bought a new ranch style home for $180,000.00. Brian made a 30 percent down payment. Assuming a rate of 6.5% on a 30 year mortgage, Brian's monthly payment is:

$1,783.80,

$1,982.00,

$594.60,

$796.32,

none of the above

12. Bill took out a $125,000.00 mortgage on a lake house. The bank charged 2 points at the closing. The points amounted to:

$5,000.00,

$2,500.00,

$750.00,

$7,500.00,

none of the above

13. "One point" represents:

1 percent of the amount borrowed,

1 payment per month.

1 additional percent for every $10,000 borrowed.

1 percent per month additional charge.

none of the above

14. Chuck purchased a home in Texas for $240,000.00. He made a down payment of 20 percent and obtained a mortgage for 25 years at 6%. What amount of his first payment of $1,236.48 applied to interest?

$276.48,

$1,236.48,

$960.00,

$136.00,

none of the above

15. The difference between the monthly payments on a $95,000.00 mortgage at 5% versus 6% for 25 years is: (Use Table 12-1 in the textbook.) (Points: 2) $56.05 $65.05 $56.50 $56.60 none of the above

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