Mortgage Calculator

$
$
%

Homeowner Expenses

$

Extra Payments - Amount and Start Date

$
$
$
$
Monthly Principal & Interest $0.00
Monthly Extra Payment (from Oct 2013) $0.00
Property Taxes $0.00
Homeowner's Insurance $0.00
PMI (until Oct 2019) $0.00
HOA Fees $0.00
Total Monthly Payment $0.00
Down Payment & Closing Costs $0.00
Principal $0.00
Extra Payments $0.00
Interest $0.00
Taxes, PMI, Insurance & Fees $0.00
Total of all Payments
$0.00
Mortgage Payment Schedule(Oct 2013 - Sep 2043)
Comparison of Mortgage Payments

Wanna print your mortgage calculation?

Print

How To Use The Mortgage Calculator

Home Value: The existing value in US dollars of the house, townhouse, or condo

Down Payment: Enter a dollar amount or percentage that you will be paying at closing. A 20% down payment is needed to avoid PMI.

Mortgage Amount: This field will automatically update based on the home value and down payment fields

Interest Rate: Enter the interest rate of your mortgage

PMI/Year: This is an estimate of the amount of private mortgage insurance (PMI) you will pay every month. Try to avoid PMI as much as possible as you will never get this money back.

Amortization Period: Enter the number of years or months you plan on paying your mortgage

Payment Frequency: Typically payments are made monthly, but some people prefer to pay bi-weekly

Start Date: Enter the date you will close on the home and mortgage

Closing Costs: Consult with your mortgage broker to see, what, if any closing costs you will have. Typically the higher the closing costs, the lower your interest rate will be.

Property taxes/year: This varies by town and city. Consult with public records to find out how much the property taxes are for a paticular home

Home insurance/year: Receive a free quote from your insurance broker, and enter that annual amount in this field. Home owner’s insurance can be escrowed along with real estate taxes

HOA Fees/month: If you have any home owner’s association fees, such as a condo fee, enter it here

From The Blog

More stories

  • in

    5 Things To Know About Living In Chesapeake Virginia

    Boasting a population of more than 233,000 people, Chesapeake Virginia is the third most populous city in Virginia. However, despite its size, Chesapeake isn’t a place that many people from out-of-town are likely to be familiar with. But just because Chesapeake doesn’t get a lot of attention doesn’t mean that it doesn’t deserve it. This […] More

  • in

    5 Reasons McDonough GA Is A Great Suburb To Live In

    When people think of Atlanta, Georgia is usually the first place that pops into their head. But while Atlanta is a great place to visit, and for many, a great place to live, it might not be the best option for people looking for a more suburban lifestyle. That’s why places like McDonough GA provide […] More

  • in

    10 Of The Coolest And Most Comfortable Living Room Chairs

    When you have guests come to your house, where is the first place you usually bring them? For most people, that answer will be the living room. Designed to be spaces for entertaining company, living rooms tend to get more traffic than any other room in the house. So, it’s important for people to have […] More

  • in

    10 Of The Most Beautiful Table Runners

    When it comes to table decor, table runners are always a nice addition. If you’re a little confused about what table runners are for, Overstock suggests you “think of them as a tool to visually anchor your table and bring your other table linens and the centerpiece together for a cohesive look.” Although table runners […] More

  • in

    10 Coffee Makers To Give You The Perfect Cup Of Joe

    Starting the date of with a nice cup of coffee is something that lots of people do. Sometimes we all need a little caffeine to get us through the day, and coffee is the quickest and easiest way to get it. But stopping for a cup of coffee on your way to work every day […] More

  • in

    5 Reasons To Raise A Family In Fayetteville GA

    It goes without saying that once you have children your priorities change. This is especially true when it comes to looking for a place to live. When you’re childless, you may want to live in a city close to the education, with no concern about local schools or activities for children. However, as a parent, […] More

  • in

    5 Things To Know About Living In San Marcos CA

    San Marcos CA is a beautiful city located in upper San Diego county. The city’s history dates back to the 18th century when the Spanish troops came to push out Native Americans who were living in the area. ¬†With a population of more than 95,000 people, San Marcos is a decent size city that has […] More

  • in

    5 Things To Know About Living In Mount Vernon NY

    When most people hear the words New York, they immediately think of the big buildings and bright lights that make up Manhattan. However, there’s much more to New York than there, and there’s lots of life outside of the city. Nestled in West Chester County, Mount Vernon NY may be a suburb of NYC, but […] More

  • in ,

    5 Things You Should Know About Miami Real Estate

    Over the years, Miami has been transformed from a somewhat swampy southern city to one of the most popular cities in the country. Whether you’re looking to vacation on the beach or spend your trip partying up and down the strip, Miami has become the place to be. As a result, many people are looking […] More

  • in

    10 Laptop Stands Perfect For Your Computer

    The days of big and bulky desktop computers are a thing of the past. Now, laptops are all the rage, and their size makes them extremely portable and convenient. On the flip side though, since most people now use laptops as their main computer, they’re often stationary. This is why laptop stands are a must […] More

Load More
Congratulations. You've reached the end of the internet.
Back to Top