Judith Dominguez and her team are home loan specialists dedicated to matching customers with the mortgage that best meets their needs. We recognize that each borrower has their own unique financial background and goals. That’s why we provide a diverse portfolio of loan products for all types of home buyers and homeowners who want to refinance.

Whether you’re buying your first home or forever home, an investment property, are self-employed, or high net worth, we’ll find your home financing solution with the best rate.

Mortgage Payment Calculator 


The monthly mortgage payment calculator estimates your monthly payment in four categories:

Your principal

The interest you’ll pay

Your property taxes

Your homeowner

Unlike other calculators, the Judith Dominguez Mortgage Payment Calculator factors in your fees to give you a more precise payment estimate.

What do mortgage rates mean? 

A mortgage rate is the interest you pay on your home loan. Your monthly mortgage payment includes the interest owed on the loan, plus a portion of the remaining principal balance. A lower rate means lower monthly payments. Even as little as a 1% difference in rates, can save you a significant amount of money.

Mortgage rates are volatile and go up and down every day. This fluctuation is caused by a combination of forces, including:

The economy:

When the economy is strong, rates often go up. During a weak economy, rates go down. Lenders also analyze economic data to try to forecast potential economic growth and slow down, and set rates accordingly.

Federal Reserve activity and inflation:

To keep inflation in check, the Federal Reserve controls the amount of money flowing through the economy by raising and lowering interest rates, and inserting more cash when necessary by buying Treasury bonds. This, in turn, lowers interest rates and promotes economic activity.

World events:

Economies become volatile during a crisis and other such events happening domestically and/or internationally. This impacts investor confidence and changes in interest rates.

The rate you’ll be offered on your mortgage is depending on the factors above, as well as your financial situation. This includes your credit score, loan amount, terms, area of your home purchase, and how much money you’ll put down. All of these are considerations in determining your mortgage rate and whether it will be on the higher or lower end.

Refinancing is also impacted by mortgage rates. The best time to refinance is when there is a big gap between your current mortgage rate and the current market rates, which is when a refinance can save you a lot of money.

Even if you were previously denied a loan, didn't qualify, or weren't happy with the terms you were offered earlier, contact us today to put you back on track with a loan you'll like.