What mortgage would result in a higher payment? Mortgage A  $985 a month for 30 years or Mortgage B  $780 a month for 5 years and $1,056 a month for 25 years?

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What mortgage would result in a higher payment? Mortgage A  $985 a month for 30 years or Mortgage B  $780 a month for 5 years and $1,056 a month for 25 years? 

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