Our amortization calculator can help you know what to expect when your amortization, or repayment, period begins. Knowing what your monthly payment will be, will help you understand the full impact a new loan will make on your income. This is especially important for borrowers making very large purchases; for example, if you are interested in buying a home, your financial situation will change dramatically.
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If you are looking into getting a loan or buying a new house but arent sure you can afford another monthly payment, an amortization calculator can help you decide whether or not a loan is right for you. Amortization calculators help you figure out how large a loan you can borrow, how high a rate you can afford to take on, and how long or short a term can you use to repay your loan. Use our amortization calculator to get an estimate on your monthly payments or fill out our apply online to contact up to four lenders about your new loan.
Using a more detailed calculator gives you the best picture of how your loan repayment will affect your finances. It is a great tool to see how different rates or terms will help or hurt you. Use our amortization calculator to learn more about the right loan for you or fill out our free short form to contact a lender about your loan.
Amortization calculators generally allow you to enter in the amount of your loan, the amount of down payment, and the rate of interest. It will calculate this information and give you a monthly payment. For example, if your home is priced at $165,000, you paid 15,000 down, and your interest rate is 7%, the calculator will inform you that your monthly payments will be just under one thousand dollars, $997. There are other calculators that are more sophisticated and will give you the amount of interest you will pay before the amortization period is over. In this case the total interest would be $209,263. Other calculators will tell you that the average monthly interest will be $581 and that after the first year you will have paid $9,584 in interest.