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Payment Calculator
How much house can you afford. If you are worried about breaking the bank, this calculator will help you find out exactly what your new mortgage will cost you. The mortgage payment calculator determines your payments for a particular loan. Whether you want to see monthly, weekly, daily or quarterly amortizations
you will also see how quickly your loan balance is paid off.

Income Calculator
If you found your dream home and you need more money, the Mortgage Income Calculator will help you determine exactly how much income you will need to qualify for a  specific loan. Although ratios vary somewhat, most lenders keep the values at a conservative 28/36 for a standard loan.

What Can I Afford?
If you are not able to track down additional funds, you need to know what you can afford with your current income. If you are ready to purchase your first home, you need to know whether it is affordable. The Mortgage Affordability Calculator  requires you to enter your income, debt, down payment, etc and provides you with a price range you should stay within.

Upfront Cost Calculator
You might know what your payments are but do you know the Real cost of the loan? Calculate the real out-of-pocket fees of a particular loan using a specific APR. The Upfront Cost Calculator factors in your upfront costs in addition to your interest rate and loan term to help you arrive at a practical estimate of just how much that new mortgage is truly going to cost.

Balloon Calculator
Not everyone wants or will qualify for a conventional fixed rate loan. If you select a 5/25 or 7/23 balloon mortgage, you can use the Balloon Payment Calculator to determine how much you will owe after the initial fixed period has expired. If you are sure that you will remain in the home for a relatively short time, 5/25 and 7/23 Convertible, Two-Step, and Balloon mortgages might suit your needs since they provide lower rate than conventional mortgages. The risk with these loans is that the payment is due in full after the initial period is over. If you stay in the home, you will have to refinance.

Credit Grade Tool
You can get an idea of how credit bureaus view your creditworthiness by using the Credit Grade Tool. This is not a substitute for a credit report but will offer some indication of what to expect.