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I have a mortgage amount of 100K ($100 000) and an Interest rate of 1.69% the first 2 years, then after the 9 years the Interest rate goes up to 8.9%. Payment frequency is monthly and the Amortization period is 19 years. What would be the new monthly payment amount? Thanks!

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    When is your homework due? If you already have a mortgage as you claim, the payment schedule will be spelled out for you already in the paperwork provided to you at the settlement, so look up the answer in your filing cabinet. – Dilip Sarwate Jun 2 '18 at 17:32
  • Or try one of the HP-12C calculator applications on the web. – jamesqf Jun 2 '18 at 17:34
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    Your question has stopped making any sense after the edit (is it 2 or 9 years ?). – xyious Jun 4 '18 at 17:01
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With

s = principal
r = monthly interest rate
n = number of months
d = monthly payment

s = 300000
r = 2.95/100/12
n = 25*12

Payment amount to pay off at 2.95% over 25 years

d = r (1 + 1/((1 + r)^n - 1)) s = 1414.84

However, this is only maintained for four years.

Principal remaining after four years

x = 4*12
s = (d + (1 + r)^x (r s - d))/r = 265536.39

Continuing with new figures.

r = 4.5/100/12
n = 21*12

Payment amount to pay off at 4.5% over 21 years

d = r (1 + 1/((1 + r)^n - 1)) s = 1630.70

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