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 Mortgage Calculators

 

If you’re asking yourself “How much can I afford?” or “What is my maximum mortgage?” our calculators can help.

Make the right borrowing decision and achieve your unique financial goals. The following personal loan and mortgage payment calculators give you the information you need to move forward.

Mortgage Calculators:

Maximum Mortgage Calculator
Calculate the monthly mortgage payment your household can afford using simple information like income, monthly payments, and down payment with this mortgage affordability calculator.

Mortgage Payment Calculator
Determine how much your mortgage payment will be on a weekly, bi-weekly, semi-monthly, monthly, or accelerated schedule with the Mortgage Payment Calculator.

Rent Vs. Own Calculator
Find out which option is best for you with the Rent Vs. Own Calculator that takes into account the mortgage rate, the market value appreciation of the home, and the potential rate of return you’d get from investing extra cash rather than putting it towards a mortgage.

Mortgage Blender Calculator
You might be able to save interest when renewing your mortgage early, buying another home, or refinancing by comparing an existing mortgage rate to the current interest offerings to determine the blended option.

Mortgage Prepayment Analyzer
Compute your mortgage payments and determine the impact of annual prepayments on the length and interest cost of your mortgage.

Mortgage Prepayment Calculator
Find an estimated prepayment penalty cost if you are looking at paying off your mortgage or refinancing before the mortgage maturity date, or making a prepayment.

Mortgage Finder
One size does not fit all! Evaluate your mortgage needs, risk tolerance, and payment preferences by answering a few simple questions, then let the Mortgage Finder recommend the best mortgage option for you.

Mortgage Comparison Calculator
See side-by-side comparisons for two or three mortgages and decide which one is best for you. Criteria like rate, amortization period, and payment frequency are adjustable so you can see the effect on your monthly payments as well as on the mortgage over the long term.​​​​​​