This question already has an answer here:
I want to take out a mortgage, but the value of the house is greater than $417,000, which is the amount when a mortgage becomes a Jumbo loan. I looked for more information on BankRate.com, and even tried out their calculator, but I could not find a clear and concise explanation of the down payment required for the Jumbo loan.
All the calculators I've found only ask for the loan amount and down payment percentage. They don't tell my what my owed principal would be, once the down payment is collected and the loan is initiated. If the value of the house is greater than the jumbo loan limit ($450,000), but my down payment ($60,000) takes the loan below the limit ($390,000), do I still need to get a jumbo loan?
I apologize for being redundant, because this question has already been asked, but the answer given was never accepted and didn't actually answer the question being asked. This question is located at "Do jumbo loan limits apply to the amount borrowed or to the property price? Can I avoid a jumbo with a higher down payment?".