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Question 1

Mr. Webster sold his home and agreed to a June 16, 20XX, closing date. The last day for which interest was paid on the $105,500 remaining balance of the 8 percent, 30-year conventional mortgage was April 30, 20XX. If the total monthly mortgage payment was $774.14, what amount of prorated mortgage interest would appear on the closing disclosure as a debit to Mr. Webster? (Use the 365-day method of proration and charge the day of closing to the buyer.)

 A  $1,054.93

 B  $1,063.52

 C  $1,086.64

 D  $1,406.66 

Question 1 - Answer & Explanation (Don't peek, try to answer the question first..)

Answer & Explanation

Last Day Interest Was Paid Thru = April 30

Seller Days Owned in May = 31

Seller Days Owned  In June = 15

Total Days Owned By Seller = 46

Closing Day = June 16

Day of Closing Belongs To: Buyer


Annual Interest = Principal x Rate x Time

Annual Interest = $105,500 x .08 x 1

Annual Interest  = $8,440

Daily Interest = $8,440/365 = $23.12


Total Prorated Mortgage Interest = $23.12 x 46 days= $1,063.52 - Answer "B"

Question 2

A home sold for $108,400. The buyers paid $18,400 down, assumed a recorded mortgage of $72,000, and gave the sellers a new second mortgage in the amount of $18,000. How much will the buyers pay for state taxes resulting from these financial arrangements?

 A  Intangible tax $36; documentary stamp tax $252

 B  Intangible tax $36; documentary stamp tax $315

 C  Intangible tax $144; documentary stamp tax $230.40

 D  Intangible tax $180; documentary stamp tax $63 

Question 2 - Answer & Explanation (Don't peek, try to answer the question first..)

Answer & Explanation

Documentary Stamps on Note = (Loan amount/100) x .35

Intangible Tax = Loan amount (new mtg only) x .002

Doc Stamps on Note (Assumed Mtg) = 72,000/100 = 720 x .35 = 252

Doc Stamps on Note (New Mtg) = 18,000/100 = 180 x .35 = 63

Intangible Tax (New Mtg Only) = 18,000 x .002 = 36

Answer "B"

Intangible Tax = $36

Stamp Tax =  252 +63 = $315 

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Access to over 150 Videos That Cover The Key Topics & Concepts That Are Tested Heavily On The Actual State Exam, Complete With Detailed Explanations

Our videos will have you understanding the critical concepts needed to pass the state exam. Including Florida real estate law, general/national real estate law, principles and practices, and YES! Math too!.  Play, pause, fast forward, and rewind the videos as much as you like until you feel comfortable.

Our videos will reinforce what you learned in school, but only if it is relevant for passing the state exam.
Let's face it, there is no need to study something if it is not going to be tested on the state exam!

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It's not enough to simply know what the correct answer is, the magic is in the explanation.  That's why we provide you with a detailed explanation for each and every questions on all practice quizzes and exams in our database.  You can also rest assured that you are studying the right material that has been updated to reflect the current exam.  We recommend that you study the database until you are getting 90% or better on all practice quizzes and exams.

Questions Are Randomly Pulled From The Database So You Never Have The Same Quiz or Exam Twice

We want to make sure that you are challenged in a way that will serve you well on the actual exam.  That's why we randomly generate questions on each and every quiz and exam.  We also randomize the answer choices as well on the questions so that you are really tested.  Doing this makes it a little trickier, but it's best to prepare the right way, because the state exam is very tricky too.

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