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Do you want mortgage insurance coverage? Mortgage and corporate tax compliance knowledgeable Vince Iannello discusses varied choices

Mortgage insurance is specifically designed to protect your lender when buying a home through a mortgage.

NEWMARKET, ONTARIO, CANADA, July 7, 2021 / – Mortgage Insurance is specifically designed to protect your lender when purchasing a home through a mortgage. If you are paying less than a 20% down payment on a home, it is advisable that you know your personal mortgage insurance policy and choose what suits your needs. Vince Iannello, an expert in accounting and personal and corporate tax advice, says many people cannot afford to pay the required 20% deposit. Others simply prefer to pay a smaller deposit and use the balance for repairs, setup, and other emergencies. He explains some of the different options available to potential home buyers.

Borrower Paid Mortgage Insurance:

Mortgage insurance paid by the borrower is the most common type of personal mortgage insurance (PMI). The policy comes in the form of an additional monthly fee that you pay on top of your regular mortgage payment. You must pay BPMI every month until you have at least 22% equity in your home. At that point, your lender will automatically cancel this insurance as long as you are up to date with your mortgage payments. Vince Iannello points out that there are different ways to have your BPMI canceled by 20% depending on your repayment plan and proactivity. For example, you could refinance or pay your mortgage amount to get the 20% equity. Discuss with your insurance company which method is best for you.

Mortgage insurance with a single premium:

This type of mortgage insurance is also known as one-time mortgage insurance. It simply means that you pay a lump sum for the mortgage insurance at the beginning or when you take out it. SPMI has some valuable advantages, such as: B. a lower monthly repayment that allows you to borrow more. You also don’t have to worry about refinancing to have your PMI canceled, and you don’t have to watch your progress to know when your PMI will be canceled. According to Vince Iannello, this type of policy offers the security you deserve as you work on your investment. However, he warns of possible financial loss if you want to sell the property within a few years as the flat rate is non-refundable.

Lender Liability Insurance:

Mortgage insurance, or LPMI, paid by the lender involves the lender paying the mortgage insurance premium and then increasing the interest on the loan to cover the amount. Usually your lender will tell you that private mortgage insurance is included in your loan. So you don’t have to worry about hitting the 20%. However, you are likely to be paying more in interest than you would have paid in advance. You should also keep in mind that once you reach 22% you will not be able to cancel the LPMI as it is built into the loan. Your monthly repayments are also higher to cover costs, and the mortgage insurance paid by the lender is non-refundable. Vince recommends that you carefully consider your needs before opting for this type of mortgage insurance.

Don’t blindly choose an insurance plan; Always turn to mortgage experts like Vince Iannello to get the most out of your policy. Work with someone you can trust and invest some time in the flexibility options available.


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