Mortgage Calculators

These online calculators serve as helpful tools during the mortgage process.

Mortgage Payment Calculator

Calculate your monthly mortgage payment based on the amount borrowed, loan term, and interest rate. Calculator can include taxes, insurance, and PMI to calculate your total monthly payment. Generates a printable Principal and Interest amortization schedule.

Mortgage Payoff Calculator

Determine the additional monthly payment amount needed to pay off the loan in a shorter period of time. Calculates the extra payment necessary to cause an early payoff within a specified number of years. Shows how much interest you will save between now and when your mortgage is paid off. Provides a summary report on how much extra payment is required and total interest saved when a mortgage is paid off earlier.

Bi-Weekly Mortgage Calculator—Extra Payment

Find out how soon you can save interest payoff your mortgage by paying biweekly or making making extra payments. Calculates how much interest you can save by making 1/2 of your mortgage payment every two weeks instead of a full payment monthly.

Mortgage Balance Calculator

This mortgage balance calculator will figure the remaining balance of your loan based on either the number of payments you’ve already made, start date of the loan, or the number of payments remaining. Choose from the three options to calculate the number of mortgage payments to determine the remaining balance.

Mortgage Refinance Calculator

Calculates how much interest you save over the life of the mortgage plus how long it takes to break-even on the refinancing costs. Calculates your new, lower payment when you refinance your current mortgage at a lower interest rate. Makes the math behind the refinancing decision point-and-click simple.

Mortgage Affordability Calculator

Deleted: Calculates the monthly mortgage payment you can afford. Adjusts for various down payment and amortization scenarios.

Amortization Schedule Calendar

Generates a schedule for the amortization of your mortgage’s principle, based on your loan amount, term, and interest rate.