Multifamily FHA Financing Calculator
Find out if your property will pass the FHA Self-Sufficiency Test!
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At Sage Real Estate, our mission is to help you build wealth through real estate investing. If you’re currently in the market looking to buy a triplex or fourplex with FHA financing, you need to see if the property’s rents pass the Self-Sufficiency Test. To be “self-sufficient” means that 75% of the property’s rents need to cover the monthly payments.
Please be aware that information provided by this Multifamily FHA Financing Calculator is for illustrative purposes only and accuracy is not guaranteed. The values and figures shown are hypothetical and may not be applicable to your individual situation. Be sure to consult a loan professional prior to relying on results.
This calculator does not have the ability to pre-qualify you for any mortgage or loan program. Qualification for mortgages or loans requires additional information such as credit scores and existing debts which is not gathered in this calculator. Information such as interest rates and pricing are subject to change at any time and without notice. All information such as interest rates, taxes, insurance, monthly mortgage payments, etc. are estimates and should be used for comparison only. Sage Real Estate does not guarantee any of the information obtained by any calculator.
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Mortgage Insurance Premium – This is necessary for mortgages backed with FHA financing. FHA-backed lenders require a mortgage insurance premium to protect themselves against high-risk borrowers who are more likely to default on their mortgage. By paying MIP, borrowers can purchase a property with less than 20% down payment.
Disclaimer: The calculations derived from the Multifamily FHA Financing Calculator or otherwise advertised are for illustrative purposes only, contain samples and estimates, and do not necessarily reflect all potential HOA fees, real estate taxes, homeowner’s insurance, hazard insurance, mortgage insurance or special assessments. Actual loan interest rates and payments are based on multiple factors including market conditions, points, loan amount, loan-to-value, borrower’s credit, property type and occupancy. This is not an offer to lend. Forecasts, projections, and other predictive statements should never be relied upon. You should consult your own accounting, legal and tax advisors to evaluate the risks, consequences, and suitability of any real estate transaction. Sage Real Estate makes no guarantees as to market conditions. Real estate market conditions involve risks, variables and uncertainties that may cause the real estate values to differ materially from geographic area, time frames, and product types.