Mortgage Calculators can help you when deciding on how much home you can afford. Discover the coolest group of calculators to help you make various informed decisions. Below you will find a list of them. Click on the one that fits the calculation you're looking to determine:
BiWeekly Payment Calculator Use this calculator to figure how much you would save if you made your mortgage payments biweekly.
Average Interest Rate Calculator This calculator helps to figure the average interest rate for all your loans, credit cards, and other financial instruments.
Closing Costs Calculator Use this calculator to figure your closing costs.
Discounted Cash Flow Calculator This calculator helps you to analyze your cash flows for up to 20 years.Now if you have figured how much home you can afford, consider talking to lender to see if you can qualify for a mortgage to buy that new home. Before you know it, you could be moving in.
Down Payment Calculator This calculator helps you to figure how much and how long you will need to save for your down payment.
Future Value Calculator This calculator will figure what your savings or other financial instrument is worth in the future.
Home Monthly Payment Calculator This calculator helps you estimate your monthly payments.
Fixed Rate Loan Calculator This is a simple calculator that will figure the monthly payment on a fixed rate loan.
Mortgage Interest Use this calculator to figure your APR or annual percentage rate.
Payment Calculator This calculator helps you to see what your payment would be with various interest rates, loan amounts, etc.
Mortgage Payoff Calculator You can figure if it will be profitable to sell your home.
Mortgage Qualification Calculator This calculator helps you to estimate if you qualify for a loan.
Mortgage Rate Calculator This calculator allows you to compare several loan options at one time.
Mortgage Refinancing Calculator This calculator helps you know if its worthwhile to refinance your home or not.
Rent or Buy Calculator This calculator is helpful in deciding whether to stay renting or purchase that first home.
Why should you use a calculator? Remember, you want to qualify for the loan. If you see you have too much debt, then you need to pay some things off first. Using these various calculators allows you to analyze your financial status before you proceed.
Once you feel comfortable with your financial picture, you may want to go to the different program buttons to get familiar with your options. Are you wondering witch program is best, review my programs button and the choices button to familiarize yourself with the many types of programs available.
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