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This loan calculator is an estimation tool to help you understand what it may take to pay back a theoretical loan.
How much house can you afford? Find out quickly by running this calculator, which determines the maximum loan you can expect to qualify for, based upon your income and expenses.
Minimum Income Calculator
Calculate the lowest level of income needed to secure a particular home loan. This calculator takes into account a number of options, so you can compare the effects of different loan types on an average mortgage.
Many mortgages allow you to prepay your principal. Run your numbers through this calculator to find out how quickly prepayments can reduce your principal. A few extra dollars a month can substantially reduce the total length of your mortgage term.
Use this calculator to decide whether or not this is a good time to refinance your loan.
Improve or Move Calculator
Use this calculator to compare the cost of improving your existing home with the cost of buying a new home.
Rent vs. Buy Calculator
If you are currently renting, use this calculator as a tool to see if now is a good time for you to purchase a home.
Biweekly Payment Estimator
Estimate bi-weekly mortgage payments for any size loan with this handy calculator. Change interest rates, length of loan, even add prepayments if you desire. This calculator also allows you to view or print an amortization schedule of the results.
“The accuracy of our calculators and their applicability to your circumstances are not guaranteed. You should consult with a qualified professional regarding your particular circumstances.”