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Good Faith Estimate Calculator
Estimated Costs to Buyer at Settlement
 
Today's Date:
Realtor's Name
 
Preparer's Email:
Buyer's First Name:
Buyer's Middle Initial:
Buyer's Last Name:
Property Address:
Property Zip Code:
 
    Please select from the list below the County and Borough where the property is located. If the property's Borough is not listed, simply select its County.
Property Borough:
 
Estimated Settlement Date:
Purchase Price:
Mortgage Loan Type:
 
Conventional USDA
Term/Interest Rate:
    Please enter whole numbers only (WITHOUT COMMAS OR DECIMALS) in the fields below. If you do not know a value for a particular field, either leave it blank or enter "0".
Down Payment:

Earnest Money:

Annual Property Tax:

Estimated Variable Closing Costs
Estimated Annual Hazard Insurance:
Survey:
Realtor Admin Fee:
Home Inspection Fee:
Pest Inspection Fee:
Seller-paid Closing Costs* :
* Max is 6% for FHA, VA, USDA and Conventional (with 10% down).
Conventional with less than 10% down is only 3% max.
Additional Fee Notes:

NOTICE OF DISCLAIMER: The results of this application are intended for AJM Mortgage's specific intended users to gather cursory, preliminary data and to receive approximate values and information and a general concept of the fees associated with obtaining an actual Good Faith Estimate and real estate mortgage loan. It is not intended as a substitute for an actual Good Faith Estimate provided by a mortgage consultant, such as can be obtained directly from a mortgage consultant at AJM Mortgage, Inc. By using this application in any way and obtaining any results from it, the user agrees to release AJM Mortgage, Inc., its subsidiaries and affiliates from any and all liability that may result from its use. If you would like to obtain an actual Good Faith Estimate from a qualified Mortgage Consultant at AJM Mortgage, Inc., please contact us at: info[at]ajmmortgage.net or call (412) 257-6005.

This application is provided by AJM MORTGAGE, Inc., a mortgage brokerage, and no lender has been obtained. These estimates are provided pursuant to the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act of 1974, as amended (RESPA). Additional information can be found in the HUD Special Information Booklet, which is to be provided to you by your mortage broker or lender, if your application is to purchase residential property and the lender will take a first lien on the property.

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