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Home Loan Calculator

Our Home Loan Calculator helps you estimate your mortgage repayments. You can also calculate the interest you might save and the time you can shave off your loan by making additional repayments.

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Initial repayment amount
$1,461
per month
Increased repayment amount
$1,461
per month
Total amount payable
$438,441
Principal + Interest
Total interest payable
$188,441
Interest saved from extra repayments
$0
Time saved from extra repayments
0 months
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Home Loan Interest Calculator

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You can either make repayments on a 'principal and interest' basis or pay by 'interest-only' instalments. To determine the option that is best for you, try using RateCity's home loan interest calculator.

By doing so, you'll be able to estimate your repayments and determine the total amount of interest payable over the life of the loan.

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Apply for a Home Loan

RateCity makes applying for a home loan all the more easier for you. A home loan is a big step, which is why you want to make sure that it's the right one for you before you sign. So take some time to explore the rates in the market and think about what types of home loans would best suit you.

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Product
Advertised
Rate
Comparison
Rate
Monthly
Repayment
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UBank
4.62%
Variable
4.62%
$1,407
Yellow Brick Road
4.63%
Variable
4.66%
$1,408
CUA
4.65%
Variable
4.67%
$1,411

Loan Amount
Year
Payment
$250000
Principal
$250000
Interest/fees
$250000
Years Elapsed
All interest rates are minimum available for product listed and actual rates offered by lender may vary depending on your individual circumstances and loan amount. The graph above displays total estimated repayment amounts based on principal and interest, in respect of the loan amount, interest rate, term and repayment frequency entered in the Loan Details.

All results are estimates. RateCity's terms of use apply to your use of this calculator.

The comparison rate is based on secured credit of $150,000 and a term of 25 years. The comparison rate applies only to the example given. Different amounts and terms will result in different comparison rates. Costs such as redraw fees or early repayment fees and cost savings such as fee waivers are not included in the comparison rate but may influence the cost of the loan.

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