如何選擇最適合自己的房貸方案

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辦理房貸時,你最在乎的是,哪家銀行的利率最低嗎?其實,利率高低並不是唯一的考量,貸款期間長短、每月繳款負擔、要不要寬限期、自己的投資理財能力,都是需要考量的。而如果選對了房貸方案,不僅可以輕鬆繳款,還可能讓你多賺錢。

房貸方案

房貸條件包含了貸款成數(貸款金額)、利息、寬限期、貸款年限,如何選擇最適合自己的房貸方案,甚至結合儲蓄、保險等其他理財工具,為自己省下利息並增加保障,真的是一門大學問。以下步驟將協助你挑選最適合自己的房貸方案:

  • Step1 設定自己適合的利率:
    由於利息條件直接影響購屋成本,因此,申請前多比較各銀行的利率是絕對必要的,因為差一碼(0.25%) 的利息,長期下來也是相當可觀喔!依照「利率是否浮動」的標準,可分為以下三種房貸方案:

房貸類型 

說明

指數型房貸

指數型房貸利率=定儲利率+加碼利率。利率隨著市場利率變動而機動調整,雖然當利率調升時,此一指標利率也會隨之上揚,但由於加碼利率明確,使得利率定價公平而透明。如果採用指數型房貸,可以選擇季調,由於升息時間會比月調慢,可以達到省息的效果。
適合:有規律薪水的上班族

固定型房貸

利率固定,不受利率上漲、下跌的影響。一般而言,固定型房貸一開始的利息通常較指數型房貸高,但因利率固定不變,在目前央行升息不斷的情形下,可避免升息風險。由於每月繳款金額固定,每月支出不會因為利率波動而臨時更動,可以妥善安排家庭財務分配,確保家庭生活品質。
適合:預算有限且準備長期還款的首購族、雙薪家庭和預期未來利率可能走升的人

組合型房貸

結合固定與機動利率,可自由搭配金額比重。其中固定利率的部分完全不受市場利率波動影響,在利率上揚時,固定利率的部分可以鎖住利息負擔,若利率反向走跌,機動式利率的部分則可反映市場利率走勢,讓客戶有效掌握雙重優勢。
適合:想省息又想規避升息風險的人

除了「利率是否浮動」外,依照「利率結構」,還可分為以下幾種房貸方案:

房貸類型 

說明

一段式房貸

貸款期間的利率均用相同計算方式計息,通常搭配「指數型房貸」使用,在20-30年的貸款期限內,均以定儲利率加上固定百分比的利率。一段式利率通常在每個月支付的貸款金額差異不大,僅隨市場利率微幅波動,前兩年的利率雖較高,但長期來看利息較優惠。
適合:貸款初期付款輕鬆及還款能力佳的人

二、三段式利率

將還款期間分做二或三段,採取不同的利率計息。如果是二段式,第一段通常為前2年,第二段為為第3年起。如果是三段式,第一段通常為前6個月,第二段為第7∼24個月,第三段則為第3年起。通常二、三段式的利率結構,前2年利率通常低於一段式利率,但第3年起利通常會支付較高的本息負擔。
適合:希望前兩年利息負擔較輕的人

利率遞減型房貸

一種依據顧客繳息情形提供利率回饋的房貸產品。房貸利率依指數型房貸計息,若顧客每月按時繳息,利率即享有減碼優惠。
適合:雙薪家庭者、有固定還款來源者,或是對利率敏感度較高的上班族或避險族等

  • Step2 選擇自己適合的方案:
    房貸產品越來越多元化,除了傳統的房屋買賣價金貸款外,有些銀行推出的房貸方案結合了理財、儲蓄、保險等工具,增加貸款靈活的運用,加速房貸清償時間、減少利息支出。以下為各種常見貸款方案,可視自己的需求進一步詢問銀行喔!

房貸類型 

說明

理財型房貸
(循環動用型房貸)

一般房貸還款後的本金部分不能再動用,而理財型房貸的還款本金(包括每月攤還之本金及提前部分還款之本金)會轉換為循環額度,雖利率較一般房貸略高,但可隨時動用、隨借隨還按日計息,不動用不計息,活化不動產,擁有更多資金運用的彈性。
適合:有理財規劃、短期投資、房屋修繕及備用金需求者,或者中小型企業人士

抵利型房貸

以存款來折抵房貸本金,以減少利息支出,達到降低每月攤還金額或縮短還款年限的效果。如果臨時面臨資金需求,還是可以動用該筆存款。
適合:有存款,但希望保留資金運用彈性,不想提前還款,但希望降低房貸負擔者

保險型房貸

與保險結合的房貸產品,保費通常較一般定期壽險為低,一般分為「遞減型」與「平準型」兩種,遞減型是依據房貸的還款金額,讓保額逐步遞減,平準型則是在保障期間內都維持相同保額。其優點在於,若承貸戶意外身故,則等同於房貸金額的保險理賠金,可優先償還房貸,避免不動產因無法按時繳交本息,房子遭法拍的風險。一旦理賠金償還房貸款後的餘額,還可給付給受益人,讓生活更有保障。若消費者提前償還房貸,也可選擇繼續享有保障或依相關條款退保領取解約金。
適合:身為家中經濟主要來源者

保證保險型房貸

當房貸核貸金額不敷需求時,利用「額外投保」的方式,增加貸款金額。房貸戶可透過保險取得不足的金額,而銀行業者也可透過保證保險,將風險轉嫁給保險公司。
適合:自備款不足或信用條件不足者

  • Step3 規畫房貸年限 & 決定房貸還款方式:
    一般房屋貸款年限分為20年(較常見)或30年,至於一般房貸還款方式,則可分為以下兩種:

本息平均攤還:
在利率不變的條件下,每月攤還本金與利息的總合固定,對於還款預算較易掌握。適合固定薪水、每月預算固定的上班族,是目前市面上較常見的還款方式。

本金平均攤還:
每月攤還之本金固定,但每月償付之利息則逐月遞減,由於期初還款金額較多,因此可節省較多的利息支出。適合手邊有現金較多的民眾或每月收入遠大於支出者。

首次購屋者為避免剛買屋造成負擔過大,可以向銀行申請寬限期1-2年,也就是說這1-2年間只要交利息,不需攤還本金。雖然可降低購屋初期的壓力,但也必須衡量自己寬限期後每月本利攤還的負擔是否過大喔!每月繳交金額可以透過【簡易貸款試算】試算。
 

  • Step4 選擇銀行:
    瞭解了上述關於利息與各類房貸工具後,接下來就要挑選銀行了!為了方便買方針對各銀行的房貸方案進行比較,小編將【銀行優惠房貸】、【壽險優惠房貸】整理於房貸試算工具中。挑選房貸銀行以服務熱忱、重視行員專業訓練、替客戶著想的優質銀行為先。此外,提醒你,各家銀行的房貸方案雖有差異,但實際核貸的內容還是依個人條件與房屋鑑價而定喔!建議可與2-3家銀行房貸業務詢問、討論,再依各業務提供的內容多方比較再做決定喔!
     

Step5 善用政府優惠方案減輕利息壓力:
除了銀行的房貸外,為了協助國民購屋,政府不定期也會提供優惠房貸方案。如果你符合青年首購條件或中低收入、弱勢家庭,不妨多善用政府優惠方案,減輕利息壓力。申辦房貸前可參考【政府優惠房貸】內容。

 

藉由以上五個步驟,就能逐項評估選擇最適合自己的房貸方案。此外,由於未來利率波動的可能性較大,提醒你,在申請貸款時,務必考量自身的還款能力,尤其是首購族,最好遵守「335原則」:準備3成自備款,每月房貸支出不超過家庭總收入的3分之1,房屋總價不超過家庭年收入的5倍,不但輕鬆成家,也能讓資金運用更充裕。如果貸款後,資金週轉真的出現問題,也不要輕易違約,最好趕快去跟銀行協調,例如延長還款期限,以減輕每月繳款負擔,避免房貸繳不出來、房屋被法拍的風險喔!


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Even though part of your monthly payment is for principal and part is for interest, you make only one payment to the bank each month, and that payment amount stays the same for the life of the loan.  You don't have to know how much of your payment is for principal and how much is for interest, and you generally don't need to know.  At the end of the year the bank will send you a statement for your taxes (since you'll get to deduct the interest you paid if you itemize), and the statement will tell you how much interest you paid over the year.   Mortgage interest Interest is the fee you pay for the privilege of borrowing money.  It's how the bank makes a profit by giving you a loan.  Naturally, the lower the interest rate, the better for you, because you'll pay less total interest.  And since the interest is part of your monthly payment, a lower interest rate means a lower monthly payment, too.  Finally, a lower interest rate means you can afford a more expensive house.  (Let's say you've got $1500/mo. to pay towards a home.  When less of that $1500 goes to interest, more of it can go towards paying off the cost of the home, which means you can afford a pricier house.)  So when you get to the point where you're shopping for a loan, you'll try to get the lowest rate possible.  Incidentally, in June 2012, U.S. mortgage rates dropped to a record low of 3.66%, the lowest rate since 30-year mortgages started in the 1950s. (MSNBC)  HSH has a list of historical mortgage rates since 1986. Maybe you remember percentages from high school, so you figure that if you have a $100,000 loan at 6% you'll be paying the bank back $106,000?  Nice try, but that would work only if you paid back the loan after one year. The 6% rate is an annual rate, so you're going to pay that 6% every year.  (You won't pay quite as much as $6000 x 30 though, because you pay interest only on the outstanding balance, not the original loan amount, and as time goes by your balance gets lower.) The actual amount of interest you pay each month is the current outstanding balance, times the interest rate, divided by 12. (e.g., For $150,000 left on a loan at 6%, means you'd pay $150,000 x 6% ÷ 12 = $750 in interest for that month.)  If your eyes just glazed over then don't worry about it, it's not important to know the math now, I just provide the details for those who want to understand everything completely. Here's all you need to know: Over the life of the loan, you'll be paying the bank a lot more than just the interest rate times the loan amount. When comparing loan offers from two different banks, just a single percentage point of difference means a big difference in how much interest is paid. For the first several years most of your payment goes to interest, not principal. On a 30-year, 7% mortgage, in year #15 over 75% of your monthly payment goes to interest and not equity. After 15 years you won't own half your house, you'll own only 27% of it. Here are some pretty pictures to demonstrate the first two points. We'll assume a $125,000 loan for 30 years at various interest rates. Total Interest Paid Over the Life of the Loan So even at a very low interest rate of 6%, you're paying $145,000 in interest on a $125,000 loan. So you borrow $125,000 and pay back $270,000 — more than double what you borrowed! It's even worse if you have a higher interest rate.  Note how going from a 6% to 10% interest rate means you pay an extra $125,000 over the life of the loan.  So the total you'd pay on a $125,000 loan at 10% would be $125,000 principal + $269,907 interest = $394,907!  Quite a lot to pay back for a $125,000 loan, huh? Average Yearly Interest ($125,000 loan, 30 years) Here again, going from 6% to 10% interest means you pay an extra $4000 on average in interest each year! How the interest rate affects the monthly payment Types of loans For the most part, you don't have to concern yourself with the difference between the three main kinds of loans (Conventional, FHA, and VA loan).  It's your lender's job to try to pick the best loan for your needs and qualifications, not yours. But since you'll hear these terms bandied about frequently, you might want to know what they mean, so here ya go. Conventional. This is a fancy word for "normal".  A conventional loan is just a regular, normal loan.  If your credit is good and you can swing at least a 5% down payment, then it's better than an FHA loan, since the fees are a lot lower, and there's less red tape. FHA. The U.S. government offers the FHA loan program to make home-buying easier.  These loans are generally easier to qualify for, and can be had for down payments as low as 3.5% (vs. 5% for conventional loans).  The loans aren't actually made by the government, they're still made by the banks; the feds just guarantee part of the loan if you default, which means that they pay the bank if you fail to make your payments.  Don't get excited about the government making your payments for you, though — if you fail to make your mortgage payments the bank will still take the house back from you.  The feds pays the bank after the bank has already repossessed your house.  Note that not all sellers will agree to an FHA loan, because there's a little more red tape involved.      Also, one flavor of FHA loans is the FHA 203k, which will let you borrow any money needed for additional repairs or modernization.  For example, if you're buying a $170k home, and it needs $30k of repairs, you could borrow $200k through an FHA 203k.  In fact, the FHA 203k is usually the only way you can borrow a lot of money for initial repairs.  The downside is that the interest rate on such loans is about one percentage point higher. VA.  VA loans are an option for veterans, and it's possible to put 0% down on one.  Just like with FHA loans, the VA itself doesn't lend money, it just guarantees part of the loan so lenders feel comfortable lending the money.  VA-guaranteed loans can be combined with second mortgages (which is when the bank makes the main loan covering most of the price of the house, and the seller makes a separate loan to the buyer for the rest of the price.)  VA loans can be assumed by any future qualified buyer, so your hands aren't tied if you need to sell — you can sell to anybody, not just another veteran. 提供金主直營,土地貸款,土地融資,代償當舖,銀行代辦,土地借錢,建地貸款,農牧用地,土地持分,銀行二胎,農地持分,不動產抵押,都市計劃地,工業用地,魚塭借錢,養地借款,代償高利貸,公園綠地,農地借錢,田地借款,林地融資,地價指數,2胎,二胎,土地二胎,不動產代書,二胎代償,民間二胎。銀行等全方位的銀行貸款資訊一次搞定貸款麻煩事! 1. 在申辦貸款時,別聽信低利誘惑,衝動向非法單位辦理,一定要尋求專業合法的單位辦理,以免掉進不肖的黑心業者的圈套。 2. 提醒您在簽訂契約時應詳細了解內容再簽立,勿隨意簽下空白契約和本票,以免造成終身遺憾。 3. 本所為政府立案代書,擁有頂尖的代書團隊及專業的律師顧問,提供您安全的借貸平台,唯有合法的代書才能給您合法的利率。 4. 本所以誠信保密為服務宗旨,針對客戶的相關資料及文件會妥善管理,辦理全程絕對保密,讓您安心放心週轉。 鉅軒代書金主:台南房屋二胎,高雄農地借錢-台南二胎貸款滿足您資金需求,高雄二胎貸款免費試算額度利率,屏東二胎貸款房貸利息抵稅,高雄二胎貸款安心託付免煩惱!高雄二胎貸款專辦房貸,台南二胎貸款,屏東二胎貸款負債整合,高雄二胎貸款高額低利貸款,屏東二胎貸款您資金周轉缺口不必再擔心,台南二胎貸款一通電話將您的問題交給金主專業代書!2胎,二胎,土地二胎,二胎代償,民間二胎,持分二胎,土地借錢,房屋貸款,二胎房貸,土地融資,銀行房貸利率,民間房貸,代償融資,軍公教房貸,房子二胎,銀行代辦,土地借錢,房貸轉貸,土地持分借款,公寓平房,銀行二胎,民間代償,房貸全額貸,農地持分借款,我要借錢門路,不動產抵押,房貸問題,三胎代償,都市計劃地,工業用地,農會房貸利息,魚塭養地借款,代償高利貸,銀行房貸比較,我要辦房貸,漁塭綠地,民宿貸款,農地借錢,銀行房貸二胎,建地借款,辦公大樓,房貸增貸,田地借款,林地融資,房屋借款,代償當舖,工商週轉,企業金融借款,私人借貸,工業住商貸款,房屋實價登錄,房價指數,租金繳房貸,房貸二胎,代書借錢,國宅貸款,農舍貸款。How to basic,How to mortgage,How to bank loan,How to lend money,How to Get a Loan,How to borrow money,融資借貸,快速借錢平台,小額貸款,小額週轉,小額借錢,資金周轉,資金貸款,借錢方式,買車換現金,民間信貸,個人信貸,融資貸款,民間貸款,銀行貸款,公司貸款,企業貸款,刷卡換現金,中小企業貸款,大額貸款,鉅額貸款,整合負債,資金貸款,資金借款,小額借款,公司周轉,金錢困難,合法貸款,借錢門路,軍公教貸款,婦女貸款,如何借錢,如何貸款,借錢注意,合法借錢,安全借錢,借錢周轉,馬上領現金,如何借錢不還,當日拿現金,當日拿錢,馬上拿錢,缺錢,借錢週轉,急用錢,急用金,家庭補助金,上學補助金,勞工補助金,沒錢,當舖借款.本利攤還,利率低,利息低,機車一二胎,汽車一二胎,房屋貸款,土地貸款,房地貸款,房屋一二胎,土地一二胎,土地一二胎,房屋借錢,土地借錢,房屋借款,土地借款,房地借款,合法借錢,合法借款,資金需求,現金需求,現金週轉,企業資金,1111找工作,需要錢,現拿現金,現金免求人,104人力銀行,信用卡換現,刷卡換現,8591交易,小額現金週轉,免卡貸款,賣手機,中小企業貸款,機車換錢,165反詐騙,非詐騙,防詐騙,信用卡貸款,沒有錢,繳不起,額度高,信用狀況,信用不好,法扣,協商,授權異常,強停,急借錢,當日撥款,當日拿錢,老客戶續約,勞保貸款,薪轉貸款,薪資轉帳,找金主或找借錢客戶,借錢,救急,借款,借貸,融資,房地二胎貸款,貸款借錢網站,借錢管道,2胎,二胎,二胎代書,二胎利率,二胎房貸,二胎房貸利率,二胎貸款,企業融資,企業貸款,土地,農地借錢,土地貸款,房屋貸款率利,房屋貸款額,房貸利率,房貸額度,個人土地貸款,個人房貸,信用,信用卡,信用貸款,信用貸款率利,信用貸款額,信貸利率,信貸額度,銀行信用貸款,銀行信貸,債務,創業融資,創業貸款,增貸,小額信貸,建地,建地貸款,房屋二胎,房屋二胎利率,房屋二胎銀行,房屋貸款,房屋貸款率利最低銀行,房貸二胎,房貸利率,房貸增貸,授信銀行,支票貼現,民間二胎,汽車借款,汽車貸款,汽車貸款率利多少,貸款,車貸,車貸利息,車貸利率,車貸試算。找金主或找借錢客戶,當舖借錢,救急現金,銀行借款,小額借貸,當舖融資,房地二胎貸款,貸款借錢不還,金主借錢管道,借錢網,How to Home Mortgage,How to Car Loan,How to Auto Loan,How to Unsecured Loan,How to Personal Loan,How to Business Loan,How to Commercial Loan,How to Equity Loan,How to Real Estate Loan,How to Land Loan,台北房屋二胎,新北農地借錢-台北二胎貸款滿足您資金需求,桃園二胎貸款免費試算額度利率,台中二胎貸款房貸利息抵稅,桃園二胎貸款安心託付免煩惱!桃園二胎貸款專辦房貸,台北二胎貸款,台中二胎貸款負債整合,桃園二胎貸款高額低利貸款,台中二胎貸款您資金周轉缺口不必再擔心,台北二胎貸款一通電話將您的問題交給金主專業代書。pinjaman online房貸產品,我想購屋,我想短期周轉,我想資金週轉,我想轉貸省息,我想以房養老,銀行財富管理客戶獨享優惠,房貸試算,房貸知識+,連接貸款借錢客服