We have seven online calculators to help you find the right loan and get a jumpstart on the mortgage process.
There are several factors that will influence how much home you can afford, so you might try the affordability calculator to see the entire picture, including closing costs and all the components of your monthly mortgage payment. Use the home pre-qualification calculator to see how much spending power you have when you’re first starting to shop around. Our refinance calculator shows different payment options for multiple fixed-rate mortgage terms. In addition to these three, we also have cash-to-close, net proceeds, and pre-qualification calculators. Read on to learn more about these tools and how to use them.
What is a mortgage calculator?
A mortgage calculator is a tool to help you determine the costs of your monthly mortgage payments including taxes and homeowners insurance. You can include information about your finances such as income and debts. Add the home price, interest rate and type of loan you’re interested in and crunch the numbers yourself to see what’s possible.
How to use a mortgage calculator
With a mortgage calculator, you can get a snapshot of all the costs and fees involved with purchasing or refinancing your home. It’s a helpful tool as you start researching this process on your own, but it doesn’t include everything. A loan officer can help answer any questions you might have and make sure all the details about your unique situation are included.
Net proceeds calculators help home sellers determine how much will be made from a home sale after costs and fees.
Get started with our home mortgage calculators
We’re here to help you afford the home you want by finding the right loan to get you there. If you’re ready to start the mortgage process after trying out these calculators, fill out the form on this page and a local loan officer will reach out.
Calculators are offered for illustrative and educational purposes only and not intended to replace a professional estimate. All loans subject to underwriter approval; terms and conditions may apply. Subject to change without notice.