Find the right home loan for you, understand what you can afford to borrow, and explore every facet of home ownership or property investment.
Use our mortgage calculator to help you work out your monthly, fortnightly, or weekly repayments. Simply enter your loan amount and interest rate below, and we will calculate your repayments.
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This home loan calculator is the easiest way for you to explore monthly mortgage payments, how much you can borrow, and how long it will take to pay off your mortgage.
Using the interest rate, the length of the loan, and the amount you wish to borrow, you can calculate how much your total repayments might be.
Curious about what sort of mortgage you can afford? This mortgage calculator examines your monthly income and expenses against current interest rates to show you.
When you buy a home or property, you'll have to pay a tax known as stamp duty. Use this calculator to work out how much you could have to pay, depending on the state.
If you're looking to borrow more than 80% of the value of a new home, you will have to pay LMI on your loan. This tool will help you estimate the price of that insurance.
If you buy an asset, like a piece of property, and sell it later, you may owe capital gains tax on the profits. This mortgage calculator can give you an idea of what you might have to pay.
Making additional payments, or just paying more than the minimum towards your mortgage every month, can save you thousands of dollars in interest payments.
Negative gearing is borrowing money to purchase a property that generates less income than you are repaying on the loan. In Australia, this can be to your benefit.
This calculator shows you how your finances will look seven years after buying a home or continuing to rent, allowing you to make an informed decision between the two.
This calculator shows you the upfront and weekly costs associated with buying a home. It will also give you an idea of how much money you should expect to spend on fees like stamp duty.
Calculate the amount of money you can invest each month by subtracting your monthly costs from your income, and adjust your spending to meet your property goals.
This tool combines the operating revenue and expense alongside the investor's income tax to give you an estimate of how much an investment property will cost you.
Curious about which suburbs and states you can afford to live in? This mortgage calculator will examine how much you can afford to repay per month and give you a list of locations.
This will help you decide whether to opt for a fixed rate home loan, a variable rate home loan, or a mix of both.
This calculator provides an indication of the costs you will face depending on the order in which you sell your old home and buy your new one.
This calculator will help you to compare yields on term deposits with different interest rates, terms and frequencies at which interest is paid.
Finding a home loan is one of the most stressful parts of the home buying process – but here at Your Mortgage, we try to make the task easy and convenient by providing you with the necessary tools that can help you find the right home loan and understand what you can afford to borrow.
Our Mortgage Calculator hosts several financial tools that will help you in the different aspects of home buying. If you are interested in knowing how much a home loan would cost you, you can give our Home Loan Calculator a try. If you wish to know how much loan you can take out based on your income and expenses, you can use our “How Much Can I Borrow?” Mortgage Calculator to determine your borrowing power.
In order for the calculators to work, you have to supply the relevant information. For instance, using our Stamp Duty Calculator will require you to select the state you are in and the property type you are planning to acquire. You also have to indicate the property price. Following these steps will provide you the amount of tax you'll pay on any property purchase.
One of the most used mortgage calculators is our Mortgage Repayment Calculator, which helps you determine how much you are going to shell out in a certain period of time to service your home loan.
For the tool to calculate how much your mortgage repayment will be, it needs to know the home loan's amount, interest rate, and term. You also have to indicate the frequency of your mortgage repayments: are you going to pay monthly, weekly, or fortnightly? Take note that this calculator assumes that you will be paying principal and interest.
Your mortgage repayment schedule is essential as it influences the total repayments you will make and the total interest your loan will accumulate. A monthly repayment schedule means you have to pay every specific day in a month. If you opt to pay fortnightly, it means you will have to settle your home loan repayment every 14 days or two weeks. You can also ask your lender if you can pay on a weekly basis.
So, assuming that you pay $3,000 monthly, this means that every fortnight, you pay $1,500. If you go with a monthly schedule, you would have paid $36,000 for the whole year. Changing your schedule to every fortnight, however, would let you pay $39,000 for the entire year.
Using the Mortgage Repayment Calculator, you will also find out that changing your repayment schedule reduces the amount of interest charged over the life your loan — albeit only slightly, especially if you do not reduce your loan term.
For instance, a $500,000 loan with an annual interest rate of 4.5% and a loan term of 30 years will require you to pay $2,533.43 monthly. Over the life of the loan, you will have paid $412,033.56 in interest. If you change your repayment schedule to fortnightly, still paying the exact same amount, the overall amount of interest you will have to pay drops to $411,599.13.
Want to know how long it will take you to pay off your home loan? Try our Home Loan Period Calculator. This tool estimates the amount of time you will spend paying off your loan by factoring in your loan amount, the mortgage rate, and the monthly payments you are willing to make.
Assuming that you have a $450,000 home loan with a 5% interest rate and you plan to pay $3,000 monthly, your home loan term will be 19 years and eight months.
Changing your interest rate to 5.5% increases your mortgage period to 21 years and three months, while boosting your repayments to $3,500 shortens the time to 15 years and five months.
Keep in mind, it is assumed that you will pay principal and interest when using this calculator.
When you borrow money from your lender to finance your home, you will be paying back not just the amount you borrowed, but also the interest charges that come with it.
Interest rates are variable — they do not stay the same for a very long time unless you are on a fixed interest rate. However, even the fixed rate period expires; you can only expect to have the same interest for a maximum of five years.
A slight jump or dip in your home loan's interest rate could mean a huge relief of a massive disaster in your budget. Our Home Loan Repayments Calculator can show you how much even a small 0.25% change in interest rate could impact your repayments.
If you are taking out a $375,000 home loan with an interest rate of 4.5% and a loan period of 25 years, you will only have to pay $2,084.37 monthly. Increasing your interest rate to 4.75% will make your monthly repayments $2,137.94. The difference seems small, but if you use our Mortgage Repayment Calculator, you will discover that a 4.5% interest rate will only charge you $250,311.54 in interest, as opposed to $266,382.03 — that's more than $15,000 in savings.
Wondering how much you can save when you make additional repayments towards your loan? Our Extra & Lump Sum Payment Calculator can help. It calculates how much time you will shave off your mortgage term as well as the overall savings you would get.
Let's say you have a $450,000 home loan bearing a 5% interest rate, a 25-year mortgage term, and a monthly repayment frequency.
If you make extra repayments of $200 starting the fifth year or 60th month of your mortgage term, you will finish your home loan two years and three months early, allowing you to save as much as $26,100.
Assuming that instead of making extra repayments, you chose to pay a lump sum of $50,000 on the 60th month, three years and nine months will be shaved off from your home loan term and will let you save as much as $63,293.
Our calculators assume that interest rates remain the same over the life of the loan. It also presumes that you are paying for a principal-and-interest home loan.
While our calculators do not give you all the answers to your queries, it aims to help you assess your financial capacity and borrowing power before even applying for a home loan.
It is still a good idea for you to consult a financial expert to assess your situation thoroughly, which you can do for free here.
Mortgage brokers will be able to give you a deeper understanding of the results that you will be seeing from our Mortgage Calculators. They can provide you with advice and tips to make sure you grasp how home loans work.
Mortgage brokers can also assist you in getting the best home loan deals in town that perfectly fit your needs and capacities. Talk to a mortgage broker today and discover what you can afford!