43 Million Dollar Mortgage

German investor Ekkehart Hassels-Weiler and his new husband Omar Romero are the proud owners of a 43 million dollar home in none other than Beverly Hills. The mansion, which boasts a 90210 zip code includes eight bedrooms and sits at 24,000-square-feet. Other amenities include 30-foot ceilings, marble walls, a sprawling dining room with a fireplace, a library, bocce court, sauna, massage room and a spacious backyard with a pool.

The house is not visible from the street; it sits behind a row of other “smaller” mansions so it can’t be seen. A long time ago, my friend convinced me to buy a very expensive suit for some fancy event. It was a regular black suit that to the untrained eye looked like something you could buy at Sears instead of Armani. To make myself feel better about my purchase, I left the price tag in my coat pocket so if anyone asked how much I paid.. I could show them. Now, if I were to buy a $43 Million Dollar home, I would want everyone to see it. lol

 

 

 

We can figure out what our monthly payments are on a $50,000 car or even our $500,000 home using some scratch piece of paper and all of our toes. Here’s what your monthly payment will look like on this beautiful estate:

On a $43 million dollar home, you’ll need to get a conventional loan. With exceptional credit, you can put down 10% which comes out to $4.3 million dollars. Mike at Golden Coast Finance can get you a interest rate of 3.8% on a 30 year loan; if I add the 3 and carry the 5, multiply that by 10 and divide by 14…… Your monthly payments will come out to $253,505.00. Very doable right??? The house is worth every penny.

 

 

 

About Dorian Zuleta

Prior to working with JohnHart, Dorian's admiration for sports, music and comedy led him to work in all three industries for the past 20 years. After graduating from college he began working in the golf industry; through relationships built and blessed with a flair for entertaining and making people laugh, Dorian began writing, producing and co-hosting radio shows for two of the country’s biggest stations.

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