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Compare a 'no-cost' vs. traditional mortgage

Many lenders will offer a 'no-cost' loan in lieu of a traditional mortgage. 'No-cost' loans are generally priced at a higher interest rate than a traditional mortgage. The higher rate allows the lender to make enough money on the interest rate spread from the underwriter to pay for all your closing costs and provide them with their profit. Use this calculator to help determine if a no-cost loan with your lender is better than a traditional mortgage.

Assumptions

Mortgage Rates

No-Cost Loan
(0% to 40%)
Traditional Mortgage
(0% to 40%)
Annual interest rate

Traditional Loan Closing Costs

Comparison Assumptions

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