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Mathematics, 03.12.2019 07:49

Darryl is considering a purchase of a $125,000 home at 6.5%. under this rate,
his mortgage payment would be $790.10. if he purchases a point, his new
mortgage payment is $779.83. how many months would it take him to break-
even on the points purchase?
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a. 136 months
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b. 126 months
o c. 186 months
od. 122 months

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