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Conventional Mortgage

A conventional loan is the most common type of mortgage. With low down payments, conventional mortgages are usually insured by private mortgage insurance companies (PMI). Private mortgage insurance adds a relatively small cost to your financing ( about 6/10 of one percent of the loan amount per year, or $600 per year on a $100,000 loan), but it allows you to buy a home with a lower down payment.

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