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20 Mortgage Calculators

Mortgage Calculator manIf there is a unique Mortgage Calculator … You will probably find it here!

How Much Will My Payments Be?

Use this mortgage Calculator to determine your monthly payment with applicable financial charges, Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI), hazard insurance, and property taxes.


Affordability Calculator

Use this mortgage Calculator to determine how much you can borrow from a lender? Use this calculator to calculate the amount you can afford from the lender’s point of view.


How Much Income do I Need in Order to Qualify?

Use this mortgage Calculator to determine how much money you must earn to purchase the house of your dreams?


Tax Benefits Calculator

Use this mortgage Calculator to calculate your tax savings after a house purchase. Financial analysis includes first year as well as total tax savings.


Which Loan is Better?

Use this mortgage Calculator to determine which loan offer is better? Input your numbers here and lock-in the best offer.


Should I Pay Points to Lower My Interest Rate?

Use this mortgage Calculator to determine how much points affect your monthly payments and how fast they will pay for themselves.


What if I Pay More Every Month?

Use this mortgage Calculator to see how your mortgage will be reduced, if you pay $$$ more every month.


Payment per Thousand Financed

Use this mortgage Calculator if  you ever wondered how much you pay for every $1,000 of your mortgage loan? Find out here!


What is The Real APR for That Loan?

Use this mortgage Calculator to estimate your real APR (Annual Percentage Rate) with points.


What is Better: take a Second Loan or Pay PMI?

Don’t miss an opportunity: Slash your PMI payments to zero! Take a second mortgage!


Interest-Only Calculator

Housing market moving up too fast? Figure out how much you can afford with an interests only mortgage loan.


Interest-Only with Additional Payments Calculator

Interest-Only loans can drastically cut your mortgage payments, but what if you want to pay something toward your principal? Figure this out here.


Standard vs. Bi-Weekly

Use this mortgage Calculator to determine how bi-weekly payments can significantly decrease the time of mortgage payoff.


Mortgage Principal Calculator

Use this mortgage Calculator to allow you to “peek into the future”, allowing you to see the remaining balance of your mortgage after several months or years of payments.


Mortgage Length Calculator

This calculator will help you to determine your savings if you make larger monthly payments.


Rent vs. Buy

Still renting an apartment and thinking about a home purchase? This calculator can help you make the final decision.


Tax Benefits Calculator

This calculator will calculate your tax savings after a house purchase. Financial analysis includes first year as well as total tax savings.


How Much Income do I Need in Order to Qualify?

Do you need to know how much money you must earn to purchase the house of your dreams? This calculator will help you figure it out.


Note: If you are considering Purchasing you will find more useful calculators on the New Mortgage Tab

Should I Refinance?

Is your old APR (Annual Percentage Rate) too high? Estimate the benefits of refinancing using this calculator.


Should I use HELOC to Lower My Debt Payments?

Learn how you can cut current monthly debt payments using money from your Home Equity Line Of Credit (HELOC.)


Paying off Credit Card Debt with Minimum Payments

This calculator is designed to show you how long it will take to pay off your credit card and how much interest you will pay if you only make the minimum monthly payment.


How Can I Payoff My Credit Card Debt Sooner?

This credit card payoff calculator will tell you how long it will take you to pay off your credit card debt with the amount you pay now, and how much you would have to pay every month to eliminate credit card debt even sooner.


DISCLAIMER: There is NO WARRANTY, expressed or implied, for the accuracy of this information or it’s applicability to your financial situation. Please consult your own financial advisor.