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Mortgage Payment Calculator Help
This mortgage payment calculator will help you determine the cost of homeownership at today’s mortgage rates, accounting for principal, interest, taxes, homeowners insurance, and, where applicable, condominium association fees. The default values of the mortgage calculator, including mortgage rate and length of loan, can be easily adjusted to reflect your current situation.
You can use the mortgage payment calculator in three ways. (1) You can use it to find the monthly mortgage payment of a home, given current mortgage rates and a specific home purchase price; (2) You can use it to find your maximum home purchase price given your annual household income; and (3) You can use it to determine your maximum home purchase price given a specific monthly budget for housing.
Total Amount is the dollar amount for which the home can be purchased. This is not the same as “listing price”, which is the amount for which the home is listed for sale. Home price does not include closing costs and loan fees. It’s the contractually-agreed upon price for a home.
A downpayment is the amount of equity that you put into the house at the time of purchase. For example, if you are buying a home for $100,000 and you make a $5,000 downpayment, you will have $5,000 equity (5%) in your new home. Some mortgage programs, such as the FHA loan, require a 3.5% downpayment; while others, including the VA loan and USDA loan, require no downpayment whatsoever. Your downpayment may not be the only cash required at closing so be sure to budget for closing costs and other items.
Your interest rate is the rate at which you will repay the bank for your mortgage. Interest rates are expressed in annual terms. With fixed-rate mortgages, your mortgage interest rate will remain unchanged for the life of the loan. With adjustable-rate mortgage, your interest rate may change after a fixed number of years. When using this home mortgage calculator, use today’s mortgage rate for “interest rate”.
Sometimes known as “loan term”, the length of the loan is the number of years until the loan is paid in-full. Most mortgages have a loan term of 30 years. Since 2010, the 20-year and 15-year fixed rate mortgage have been increasingly common. The monthly cost of a mortgage is higher with a shorter-term loan, but less mortgage interest is paid over time. Homeowners with a 15-year mortgage will pay approximately 65% less mortgage interest as compared to a homeowner with a 30-year loan.