Mortgage Repayment Calculator

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Are you are considering buying a new home? Use this handy mortgage repayment calculator to help you get an idea of the possible monthly and yearly mortgage payment breakdowns. Simply enter the total capital required for your home loan, the term of the mortgage and the interest rate. Then click the 'calculate' button to view the results. You can choose between monthly and annual loan interest calculations. An explanation of the two different types of mortgage is available in this article.


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Mortgage calculation results

The calculation results for the mortgage repayment calculator will appear below once you click on the 'calculate' button.

Capital & Repayment Mortgage:






Interest Only Mortgage:





To learn about the differences between a capital & repayment mortgage and an interest only mortgage, please see the FAQ below.


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Disclaimer

Whilst every effort has been made in building the mortgage repayment calculator tool, I am not to be held liable for any special, incidental, indirect or consequential damages or monetary losses of any kind arising out of or in connection with the use of the calculator tools and information derived from the web site. This mortgage repayment calculator is here purely as a service to you, please use it at your own risk.

The calculations given by the mortgage repayment calculator tool are only a guide. Please speak to an independent financial advisor for professional guidance. Read the full disclaimer.



Mortgage Loan Payments - FAQ

What is a capital & repayment mortgage?

A capital and repayment mortgage is a secured home loan that is divided up into repayments of the money you borrowed (capital repayment) and payments of interest charges for the loan (interest payments). For more information, please see this article.


What is an interest only mortgage?

An interest only mortgage is a secured home loan in which the monthly payments include only the interest on your loan. So, at the end of your mortgage term the balance of the initial value of the loan is still outstanding. For more information, please see this article.


What is negative equity?

With the world economies struggling their way out of recession, a lot of recent talk has been about home owners and negative equity. This article explains a bit about what negative equity is. Read more in the article What is negative equity?.


Mortgage refinancing

If you're considering refinancing an existing mortgage, please use the mortgage refinance calculator.


Note: The home loan information shown above is provided for information purposes only. Please speak to an independent financial advisor for any kind of advice on mortgages or loans. The results given by this monthly mortgage calculator are only a guide. Please speak to a mortgage advisor or independent financial advisor for accurate guidance.

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