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School bonds will continue to require 60 percent approval after GOP blocks reform – GOP senators blocked putting a constitutional amendment on the ballot this year that would have let voters decide whether to scrap the 60 percent. put the constitutional amendment on the ballot..

Let’s look at one big closing cost, the origination fee. On a \$250,000 house purchase with 20 percent down, your mortgage will be \$200,000. A one percent origination fee will result in a \$2,000 fee. But if you only put 5 percent down, your mortgage will be \$237,500, and that will result in an origination fee of \$2,375, or \$375 higher.

Can You Put 2 to 3 Percent Down on a House? – Somedouche, it’s not impossible to put two to three percent down on a house, though the average is slightly higher than that-the National Association of Realtors said it was 11 percent in 2016, as I reported yesterday, while Attom Data Solutions put it at six percent. In fact, 20 percent down would be more unusual than three to five percent these days.

New Hampshire House Republican Caucus | NH House Republicans – CONCORD – House Republican Leader Dick Hinch (R-Merrimack) reacted to a proposed non-germane amendment sponsored by Democrats in the Senate and House that would establish a 6.2% payroll tax on some earners in New Hampshire.

Mortgage Math: Why Putting 20% Down Is The Wrong Move – Fortune – For decades, it was one of the few hard-and-fast rules when purchasing a home: Put 20% down. A hefty down payment would help you build up equity faster, and make sure your mortgage was affordable.

How much you need for a down payment – Canada.ca – A down payment is the amount of money that you put towards the purchase of a home. The down payment is deducted from the purchase price of your home. Your mortgage loan will cover the rest of the price of the home. The minimum amount you’ll need for your down payment depends on the purchase price of.

If your credit is less than stellar, then your lender may ask for a large down payment up front, perhaps 20 percent. MarketWatch says that a credit score of 660 to 680 is the range in which.