Calculate your approximate max loan and purchase price using your income, debts, tax and insurance costs.
Use the loan calculator to determine how much you can afford. This calculator will show you a home's monthly payment, the amount of cash you will need to close, and the income needed to qualify for the mortgage.
Can you imagine a world without a mortgage payment? Click on the image for an easy calculator that will show you how much extra you would pay each month for an early payoff. Watch the interest savings add up as you shorten your term.
Calculate your mortgage savings with our simple refinance calculator.
Here’s a quickto use while you’re shopping. It will help you estimate a monthly payment for the homes you like. You can see which are truly the most affordable for your budget.
How long do you plan to stay in your home? And how might your home’s value change in that time? There’s no guarantee prices will increase, but even with the market’s ups and downs, values tend to rise over time.
Interest rates can be volatile. That can mean either risk or, sometimes, reward. How much? I’m glad you asked. Click here for an easy way to find out.
There are two common ways to get cash from your home—a Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) or a cash-out refinance. Explore your options.
Many clients want to learn how their monthly payments break down and how their loan balance and interest costs will decline over time. Follow the link to an easy tool where you can find the answers. You can even choose to print a schedule so you can track your balance with each monthly payment.
Use this simpleto play around with different loan amounts, terms, and rates. It’s easy to see how changes to either will affect your monthly cost.