#  It’s a great feeling when you buy your first house, but it comes with expenses that you didn’t have to worry about when you rented  Despite having more.

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 It’s a great feeling when you buy your first house, but it comes with expenses that you didn’t have to worry about when you rented  Despite having more expenses, it’s worth it:

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 The price of a house can be affected by many things, two big ones which are:  Location  Size  Both of the above factors determine the property tax  The more expensive a house, the more property tax you have to pay

Lois and Clark have owned a 3-bedroom bungalow for 12 years. They make weekly mortgage payments of \$214.88. They make quarterly payments for property taxes of \$945. They have a separate bank account for home repairs and put \$250 into this account each month. They receive bills for electricity, natural gas, water, home insurance, satellite television, telephone and internet access. The average monthly total for these expenses is \$560. Calculate Lois & Clark’s total annual expenses associated with the house, to the nearest thousand dollars.

EXPENSEAMOUNTFREQUENCYTOTAL Mortgage\$214.88Weekly214.88 x 52 = \$11 173.76 Property Taxes\$945Quarterly945 x 4 = \$3780 Home Repairs\$250Monthly250 x 12 = \$3000 Utilities & Other Bills \$560Monthly560 x 12 = \$6720 TOTAL: \$25 000 ! THINK ! So how much does your net income need to be in order to pay \$25 000 a year for house expenses alone?

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