Loan Repayment Calculator

This calculator helps work out the approximate monthly repayments you will need to make on a personal loan or mortgage provides estimated loan repayments on a monthly, fortnightly or weekly basis. You will find that the figure will rarely match the figure provided by a bank as they may apply an administration fee for example, that is included or excluded from the APR they are quoting; first payment is sometimes larger than subsequent payments; the interest rate actually offered can be different to advertised rates depending on your circumstances; discounts may also apply.

Conclusion: Interest is calculated by compounding on the same repayment frequency selected, i.e. weekly, fortnightly, monthly. In practice, interest compounding frequency may not be the same as repayment frequency. No rounding is done throughout calculation whereas repayments are rounded to at least the nearer cent in practice.

Frequently asked questions

Why should you use a loan repayment calculator?

A home loan calculator is a perfect tool to enable you to deal with your mortgage repayments and pay off your loan in time. If you currently have a mortgage, you could use the home loan repayment calculator to figure out what your new monthly repayments would be if you refinanced to a longer or shorter loan term. You would also be able to keep track of the required mortgage repayments should interest rates fluctuate amid the term of your mortgage.

How to use the home loan repayment calculator

Using our home loan repayment calculator is basic.You should simply enter the following variables to calculate your monthly repayments, total interest on the loan and the total amount you would be required to pay over the term of the loan; Repayment frequency, Loan term, Interest rate, Loan amount and Loan type.

What does the calculator show me?

This calculator assesses the amount of money that could be borrowed from a lender to purchase a property. The figures provided by the calculator are estimates only, based on your inputs and a range of assumptions. The actual amount available for borrowing will be determined by the lender.

Who should use this calculator?

This calculator is a useful tool for any individual who needs to figure out what the maximum amount is they can borrow. It will be most applicable to those in the early stages of refinancing or getting a new home loan.