# \$375,000 House at 3.50%

What's the monthly mortgage payment on a \$375k house? Loan price for a \$375,000 house with a 3.50% interest rate.
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Monthly payment = \$1,347
Total yearly payments = \$16,166
Payments by Interest Rate
Interest Rate Payment
3.000% \$1,265
3.125% \$1,285
3.250% \$1,306
3.375% \$1,326
3.500% \$1,347
3.625% \$1,368
3.750% \$1,389
3.875% \$1,411
4.000% \$1,432
Payments by Amount Down
% Down Amount Payment
3.5% \$13,125 \$1,625
5.0% \$18,750 \$1,600
7.5% \$28,125 \$1,558
10% \$37,500 \$1,516
15% \$56,250 \$1,431
20% \$75,000 \$1,347
25% \$93,750 \$1,263
30% \$112,500 \$1,179
50% \$187,500 \$842
Payments by Loan Length
Length Payment
10 years \$2,967
15 years \$2,145
20 years \$1,740
30 years \$1,347
40 years \$1,162
Interest only \$875

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Can I afford a \$375,000 house?

Traditionally, the "28% rule" means a person should not spend more than 28% of their pre-tax income on total housing costs.

Let's assume that taxes and insurance are 2% of the house price annually. Here's how much you'd have to make to afford a house that costs \$375,000 with a 3.50% loan:

% Down Down Payment Income Required
3.5% \$13,125 \$96,428
5.0% \$18,750 \$95,345
7.5% \$28,125 \$93,541
10% \$37,500 \$91,737
15% \$56,250 \$88,128
20% \$75,000 \$84,520
25% \$93,750 \$80,912
30% \$112,500 \$77,303
50% \$187,500 \$62,870
Average House Prices by State
What is the average price for a house or condo in each state of the U.S.?
Source: Zillow, March 2020
State Rank Price
Alabama 46 \$143,100
Alaska 13 \$300,100
Arizona 18 \$277,600
Arkansas 48 \$130,900
California 2 \$578,300
Colorado 5 \$408,800
Connecticut 21 \$259,900
Delaware 22 \$257,500
Florida 24 \$252,300
Georgia 31 \$206,800
Hawaii 1 \$642,500
Idaho 15 \$298,300
Illinois 32 \$204,800
Indiana 41 \$158,700
Iowa 42 \$154,700
Kansas 43 \$153,900
Kentucky 45 \$150,000
State Rank Price
Louisiana 39 \$170,400
Maine 25 \$249,600
Maryland 10 \$313,000
Massachusetts 3 \$433,900
Michigan 38 \$177,000
Minnesota 19 \$263,700
Mississippi 49 \$127,500
Missouri 40 \$165,700
Montana 17 \$288,900
Nebraska 37 \$178,900
Nevada 11 \$309,700
New Hampshire 14 \$299,300
New Jersey 8 \$342,500
New Mexico 28 \$210,100
New York 9 \$328,700
North Carolina 30 \$208,000
North Dakota 26 \$237,500
State Rank Price
Ohio 44 \$153,600
Oklahoma 47 \$132,500
Oregon 6 \$372,900
Pennsylvania 34 \$198,400
Rhode Island 12 \$308,700
South Carolina 36 \$190,600
South Dakota 29 \$209,700
Tennessee 35 \$192,600
Texas 27 \$211,200
Utah 7 \$355,500
Vermont 20 \$261,300
Virginia 16 \$291,000
Washington 4 \$428,900
West Virginia 50 \$107,100
Wisconsin 33 \$202,700
Wyoming 23 \$256,100