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The average US homeowner is taking out an average of $1,700 a month in mortgage protection insurance for their home, according to a report from Bankrate.com.
That is a $3,000 premium over the average mortgage rate of 3.75%, which is about what most people would pay in a year’s time.
But if you are a real estate investor, or you just want to know what your mortgage costs, Bankrate offers this useful chart.
It is based on the average US mortgage rate for a single-family home.
So, when are the best times to buy?
The best time to buy is the time when interest rates are high, the market is at its most competitive and you are in a better position to buy.
If interest rates rise sharply, you could also see your interest payments cut in half and the cost of your mortgage increase.
The best times for buying are in the first quarter of the year, when prices are low and prices are rising rapidly.
For example, in the past 12 months, prices have risen by more than 10% in the New York and Los Angeles metro areas alone.
If you are buying in the middle of the first half of the second quarter of 2018, and interest rates fall, you may find yourself in a tougher situation, and it is better to wait until later in the year.
For example, if interest rates go down in the second half of 2018 and you can sell your home before the market starts to climb again, then you could buy the property as early as the second or third quarter of 2019.
In the first few months of 2019, interest rates will also likely fall in the UK, which will make it easier to buy as well.