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Mortgage Market – Property Financing

1. If you’re considering purchasing a new home, the mortgage
lender will probably require a down payment. The amount will
be based on the lender’s required

A. loan-to-value ratio.
B. credit investigation.
C. home listing value.
D. market conditions.

 

2. Another requirement of lenders in considering mortgage loans
is the borrower’s ability to repay the loan. In this regard, lenders
often calculate an affordability ratio that’s

A. total debt payments, including the proposed loan, to
net income.
B. total monthly payments on all debt to gross income, plus
mortgage payments.
C. net income to total mortgage interest.
D. monthly mortgage payments to monthly gross income.

 

3. Variable auto ownership costs are most dependent on

A. driver behavior.
B. mileage driven.
C. city lived in.
D. down payment.

 

4. There are now many different types of transaction accounts. Entities that have grown very
rapidly by pooling funds and offering check type transaction services are

A. commercial banks.
B. credit unions.
C. savings and loan organizations.
D money market mutual funds.

 

5. Poor record keeping and bad cash management can result in a check being drawn on your
bank with insufficient funds. This problem is known as a(n)

A. illiquid check.
B. overdraft.
C. early withdrawal.
D. check draft.

 

6. You must get money to your son in another city so that his account has “good funds.” A
bank service that would be useful is

A. electronic funds transfer.
B. automated teller transaction.
C. overnight mail.
D. certified check.


7. The day-to-day management of our finances to ensure that we have money available to
meet obligations is called

A. liquid assets.
B. cash management.
C. financial management.
D. check balancing.

 

8. Which of the following would you expect to pay the highest rate of interest?

A. Cash
B. Checking account
C. Savings account
D. CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT

 

9. If you went to an institution that specialized in REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE loans to request a first
mortgage loan for your new house, you would probably be at a

A. commercial bank.
B. real estate broker.
C. savings and loan.
D. brokerage company.

 

10. You’ve decided to start a regular savings program. While the best amount of liquid savings
for anyone depends on that person’s unique circumstances, a rule of thumb would be to
have enough savings for

A. one year of total income.
B. one year of after-tax income.
C. two months of after-tax income.
D. three to six months of after-tax income.

 

11. You’ve opened a savings account in the amount of $10,000 with a nominal or offered
interest rate of 5% and quarterly compounding.You leave your money in the account
for exactly one year, ending at the end of the quarter. Approximately how much money
is in your account, including interest?

A. $10,500
B. $10,509
C. $10,525
D. $10,552

 

12. You have a regular savings plan in which you’ve set aside $1,000 in a money market
account that compounds interest every month. Assuming the nominal interest rate is 6%,
how much money will you have in your account at the end of a year?

A. $938.32
B. $1,060.00
C. $1,061.68
D. $1,072.00

 

13. If you calculated the interest rate that you actually earned in 11 and 12 above, you would
have calculated what rate?

A. Nominal
B. Traditional
C. Offered
D. Effective

 

14. One of your concerns when you consider opening deposit accounts is the safety of your
money. Fortunately, many financial institutions are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation (FDIC). However, the FDIC limits the amount of insurance for a single depositor
to the amount of

A. $100,000.
B. $10,000.
C. $1,000,000.
D. $1,000.

 

15. In the lease versus buy decision for an automobile, one of the most critical economic
factors isn’t known but must be estimated. That factor is

A. the vehicle purchase price.
B. the residual value.
C. the required payments.
D. the financing costs.

 

16. If you intend to drive the same car for 10 years, you would most likely

A. buy A USED CAR.
B. enter into a closed-end lease.
C. enter into an open-end lease.
D. BUY A NEW CAR.

 


17. The major economic difference in evaluating an open-end lease versus a closed-end lease
is

A. the term.
B. the interest rate.
C. the residual value.
D. the down payment.

 

18. In the rent-or-buy decision, which factor would be an important economic consideration?

A. The number of bathrooms
B. The ability to deduct interest expense on your tax return
C. The ages of your children
D. The use of a real estate broker

 

 


19. When BUYING A HOME, you want to make sure your ownership can’t be disputed later on.
One way for your settlement attorney to help ensure this is to arrange for a

A. settlement binder.
B. closing statement.
C. release form the listing broker.
D. title check.

 

20. You’re looking for a first mortgage loan with the lowest possible interest rate and may have
to move in a few years. Therefore, the best type of loan for you is probably a(n)

A. conventional fixed-rate mortgage.
B. adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM).
C. home EQUITY LOAN.
D. unconventional fixed-rate mortgage

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